Things To Do In Fullerton

30- or 60-Minute Private Horseback-Riding Lesson at Manito Equestrian Center (Up to 51% Off)

Manito Equestrian Center

Allentown

Learn riding techniques and horse-care basics on a scenic, preserved 60-acre farm

$55 $27

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$16 for $45 Worth of Horseback-Riding Lessons — Wentz Stables and Training Fclty

Wentz Stables Training & Riding Stables

Orefield

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$45 $16

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One Ticket to the Penn State vs. Drexel Men's College Basketball Game at PPL Center on December 20 (Up to 59% Off)

Penn State University vs. Drexel University Men's Basketball

PPL Center

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The Nittany Lions and Dragons clash for the first time since 1992 inside Lehigh Valley’s new multi-purpose venue

$29.50 $12

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10 or 20 Hot Yoga and Pilates Classes at Lehigh Valley Yoga (Up to 51% Off)

Lehigh Valley Yoga LLC

East Allentown

Experienced instructor guides students through yoga poses and Pilates movements that strengthen the core and build muscles

$100 $49

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Admission for Two or Four to America On Wheels (Up to 50% Off)

America on Wheels

1st Ward

Sprawling transportation museum hosts exhibits of classic cars, trucks, motorcycles, and bicycles

$16 $8

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One Month of Twice-Weekly or Unlimited Intro to CrossFit Classes at CrossFit Lehigh Valley (Up to 74% Off)

CrossFit Lehigh Valley

Allentown

Gritty, outside-the-box approach to fitness provides new challenges every day in a community of likeminded exercisers

$110 $29

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Rather than a competition, the instructors at Lehigh Valley Shihou-ken Karate treat their self-defense style as an art form. Sensei Charlie draws from more than 40 years of martial-arts training to lead his team in training students as young as 9 or old enough to be technically immortal. In classes tailored to specific ability levels, the instructors drill students in strikes, blocks, and kata—a choreographed series of fighting moves. All classes focus on the shihou-ken style, which blends elements from three forms of traditional Japanese karate and also introduces principles of muay thai, boxing, and judo.

The Fitness Plaza
Allentown,
PA
US

There's no shortage of martial-arts disciplines to be mastered at Lehigh Valley Martial Arts. Students can opt to take kung fu, karate, tai chi, or qi gong, depending on the location they attend. Expert instructors promote a motivating and inviting atmosphere by helping participants of all experience levels improve or learn new skills.

7200 Windsor Dr
Allentown,
PA
US

In a go kart, you're much closer to the source of horsepower than when you're riding in a car. All that invisible force leaps to life when you hit the accelerator, gently pushing you back into the seat. Drivers at Lehigh Valley Grand Prix feel that pull as they whip around a quarter-mile racetrack in gas-powered Sodi GT5 Proline karts. They slip past one another while making 11 brake-stomping turns, all with a vantage point not afforded by watching races on TV.

The karts feature air-intake units that trap their exhaust and keep the atmosphere fresh, and the track?constructed from 1,300 used Goodyear tires and the shredded remains of Mario Andretti's learner's permit?is outfitted with three observation platforms for track marshals to regulate each lap and guarantee riders' safety. Three-point safety belts, roll bars, helmets, and neck braces also protect racers during their white-knuckle trips around the track. A full-time mechanic keeps finish lines crowded by calibrating karts to run within three-tenths of a second of one another and hanging hundreds of pi?atas from the checkered flag. At the facility's bar, Octane, racers can refuel with drinks and food while watching stock-car races on the five 42-inch TVs.

649 S 10th St.
Allentown,
PA
US

Facing down winds of up to 78 mph. Controlling a robotic dinosaur with the same hydraulic technology behind amusement park rides. Such experiences only skim the surface of the 100-plus attractions available in Da Vinci Science Center's 10,000-square-foot, two-story exhibit space. Here, other hands-on activities run the gamut from assembling models of carbon nanotubes to navigating a 72-foot tunnel in complete darkness or with the aid of a friendly firefly.

But exploring exhibits isn't the only way to interact with science at Da Vinci Science Center. For visitors of all ages, the center sponsors nearly three-dozen programs including Science on the Move, which brings experiments directly to schools and community centers. In addition, Da Vinci Science Center hosts several events throughout the year such as Ice Cream Wars, where participants create tasty treats using liquid nitrogen as a freezing agent.

3145 Hamilton Boulevard Byp
Allentown,
PA
US

Racing past the multilevel arena's black-lit arches, barriers, and pathways, phaser-wielding players navigate their way through a foggy arena in pursuit of opponents. Such battles are the main draw of Lehigh Valley Laser Tag, where participants aged 7 and older compete for victory in three games during each 40-minute laser-tag session. After arrival, a short safety video screened in the staging room explains the game's equipment and confirms there's no need to wait 20 minutes between eating and playing before guests strap on their vests and ready their phasers. The arena hosts regular team-versus-team game play as well as special format rounds, all of which end with reports that compare each player's score to the results of friends and teammates. Afterward, groups reenergize by noshing on fare from the snack bar or playing abundant video games in the arcade.

874 Marcon Blvd
Allentown,
PA
US

Winner of more than 100 mixed-martial-arts competitions, Tiger Schulmann shares his pride and love for fighting and self-defense with both adults and children in gyms across five states. From first-time grapplers to expert muay thai fighters, students of all fitness and experience levels are welcome to dive into a class at Schulmann’s. At more than 47 locations, adults can take classes in kickboxing, MMA, and jujitsu—the last of which instills students with the skill and confidence to take down opponents of any size, strength, or telekinetic ability. Kids, meanwhile, can learn martial arts for fun, or gain useful experience in bully prevention; the kids’ classes help victims immediately identify and safely diffuse situations when pitted against an aggressor.

4654 Broadway
Allentown,
PA
US