How cool is this? BWP makes baseball bats. The same bats used by Shane Victorino and Manny Ramirez. Not only that, but they follow the process from the harvesting of the tress to the finished product.
What a great way to see the Amish country.
Smoketown Airport Tours offers you the opportunity to book any of their four sight seeing tours.
You have your choice of the Amish Country Tour, an Aerial Tour over the heart of the Amish country, covering such areas as Bird-in-Hand, Intercourse, Strasburg, and Dutch Wonderland. Then there’s the Susquehanna River Tour, a tour over the mile wide Susquehanna River from Columbia to the Safe Harbor Dam.
Smoketown Airport Tours also offers a combination tour of the first two, the Amish Country and River Tours combined. And the last tour is the Chesapeake Bay Flight. A Scenic flight west to the Susquehanna River then south following the river all the way to the Chesapeake Bay.
The Amish Country tour is great for seeing the patchwork and colors of the fields and farmlands of Lancaster. This is a wonderful trip for the photo enthusiast.
All tours require reservations.
For nearly 100 years Awbury Arboretum has been open free to the public. Awbury’s grounds were laid out in the 19th century in the English landscape garden tradition with the advice of the celebrated horticulturalist William Saunders. This 55 acre facility was originally donated as several parcels of land. Opened year round to experience the wonder of each season and the beauty of nature as it happens. It brings out the photographer in all of us.
Please take some time to explore the Arboretum, We know you’ll be glad you did.
For twenty seven years the care takers of the garden have been not only maintaining the plants but also have been renewing the gardens of the bible,bringing the plants here before the first frost.
With over 1oo tropical plants and a new theme represented each year, Rodef has attracted thousands of visitors from around the world. Each of their plants has the distinction of either having a Biblical name or being named in the bible itself.
This is a wonderful place for the photographer, the hortoculturist, the devout or for anyone that just wants to see the true beauty that nature has to offer.
The Mack Trucks Historical Museum is the home of historical documents and artifacts from Mack’s long and storied history as the leading American truck manufacturer and world-renowned brand name. With more than 80,000 photos on file along with it’s exhibits, this museum would make anyone nostalgic.
Among the antiques in the Museum’s collection is one of the original sightseeing buses built by Jack and Augustus Mack. The gas-operated, open-air bus carried up to 26 tourists at a time around the streets and sights of Chicago in the summer and New Orleans in the winter for 25 years before returning to Mack as the anchor of its antique truck collection.
Also in the collection is a 1911 Mack Jr. that shared the streets with horse-drawn wagons as it made it’s rounds delivering dry goods and produce. It’s the final truck design attributed to the Mack brothers before they sold their company to investors in 1911.
If you were to come across an old AB truck under a tarp in a barn, there was a record made when it was built. The company’s been doing it for every chassis manufactured since 1905, and except for a few rare cases, all those records are filed here.
This is a great adult outing to do with some friends. At Weyerbacher you’ll get to sample between 10-15 different draft and bottle beer selections. They give tours of the brewery on Fridays and Saturdays for anyone interested in the actual process of making beer. They’ll explain how they determine the different flavors and seasons for their products.
Fridays are their casuals tours depending what part of the brewery is active. Saturday is more formalized and in-depth. All tours run about 30-40 minutes and just like the tasting, you’ll be given the opporutnity to purchase anything at our visitors center when you’re done. Fr0m brewhouse to the glass, you will see how great beer is made right here in Easton.
Call or check the website for tour hours.