Month: September 2018

Jimmy Stewart Museum

Jimmy Stewart Museum

Jimmy Stewart was actually 4th generation Pennsylvanian. He was born on Pennsylvania St in Indiana Pa. He was a boyscout, went to Princeton and studied architecture. He also played the accordian and served in the service. Most people don’t know that Jimmy also wrote poetry, some of which was published.

Children’s Museum

Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum has a mission, which is to enrich the lives of people in the region by fostering a lifelong love of learning through enjoyable interactive programs and exhibits that bring out the imagination in every child and the child in every visitor. By […]

Big Boulder Ski and Snowboard Park

Big Boulder Ski and Snowboard Park

Big Boulder is part of the Jack Frost/Big Boulder Ski resort. Big Boulder has a 475′ vertical drop with 16 slopes and 55 acres of ski-able area.

All of its 55 acres have man made snow making – a technology that was actually developed at Big Boulder in the 1950’s.

In addition to skiing, Big Boulder also offers snow tubing and between Jack Frost and Big Boulder, there are 3 Snowboard Parks – noted as the best in the MidAtlantic region.

Montage Mountain Water Park

Montage Mountain Water Park

Montage Mounatin Water Park, nestled in the hills of Montage Mountain Ski Resort, is a true family friendly resort! Located only 2 hours from Philadelphia and New York, the water park features the thrilling “tundra tornado”, slippery water slides, and a giant wave pool with […]

Kennywood Amusement Park

Kennywood Amusement Park

Kennywood is an historic amusement park dating back to 1898. Kenny’s Grove, as the location was once known, originated as a trolley park and picnic spot. Today it is full scale amusement park with a ride for everyone! Kennywood offers roller coasters and thrill rides, […]

Hershey’s Chocolate World

Hershey’s Chocolate World

You want the best free ride on earth? Then you have to go to Hershey’s Chocolate World. There’s a track that runs through a simulated factory. It holds about 15 roller coaster like cars, though the track is flat it does wind back and forth and is a lot of fun. There are songs,characters and a narrator that tells you about the life of the cocoa bean, from the tree to the candy bar. It’s colorful and great for all ages!  Best of all, you get a free sample when you get off!

Parking is free under 3 hours. All other activities cost.

ADA Accessible

Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail

Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail

Stretched across Lehigh County are a number of log cabins – still maintained by various organizations and private individuals. The Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail was created to help visitors tour the remaining structures in Lehigh County. The website provides more information, driving brochures and […]


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