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  • Allen Theatre and MJ's Coffeehouse
    It's been known as the Astor, the Hippodrome, and the Trinity, specializing in everything from religious productions to adult films. After more than a century in existence, the single-screen theater in downtown Annville has found its purpose. Now called the Allen, the art deco sanctuary screens first-run blockbusters, new and classic art-house flicks, and foreign imports such as Raise the Red Lantern and The French Connection. Meanwhile, the adjoining coffee house livens up its selection of hot beverages, deli sandwiches, and pastries with live poetry readings and a rotating selection of local artists' work.
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    36 East Main Street
    Annville, PA US
  • Indian Echo Caverns
    Indian Echo Caverns' trained trekkers shepherd patrons around ancient stalactite-packed caverns, unloading an arsenal of anecdotes about early occupants of the cliff crevices. Scout nine rooms of Susquehannock Native American stomping grounds, still emblazoned with cave drawings of native inhabitants' favorite comic strips, while tour guides tell tyke-friendly tales of the Mystery Box and cave-dwelling Pennsylvania Hermit. Opened to the public in 1929, the flowstone factory houses a swarm of breathtaking structures etched over 440 million years, including stalagmites, columns, and lakes. Subterranean travelers identify a wealth of indigenous wildlife, from the flap of cave bats to the soulful gurgles of blind fish-blues musicians. Though not included in today's Groupon, pint-sized prospectors can pan for amethyst at cavern-adjacent Gem Mill Junction or poke an Indian Echo goat at the petting barnyard.
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    368 Middletown Road
    Hummelstown, PA US
  • Antique Auto Museum at Hershey
    Strolling across the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum is like walking a giant timeline from the late 1800s to the 1970s. This affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, however, interprets history through a very specific lens: classic motor vehicles, expertly preserved and presented from different eras. Size: more than 150 donated vehicles, with 85?100 on display at any given time Oldest Gem: the 1895 Chicago Motor Benton Harbor, which could reach a heart-pumping 23 miles per hour Most Modern Vehicle: 1977 Chrysler Cordoba with fine Corinthian leather seats Hopefully Not in the Rearview Mirror: 1945 Harley Davidson Police Special, frequently used by the California Highway Patrol Special Programs: movie screenings, exotic car shows, automotive technology competitions, and more Pro Tip: Allow at least 90 minutes to explore the entire museum Hidden Gem: a charging station where electric car owners can "refuel" while exploring the museum
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    161 Museum Dr.
    Hershey, PA US