Activities in Allentown, PA


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 $9

30- or 60-Minute Private Horseback-Riding Lesson at Manito Equestrian Center (Up to 47% Off)

Manito Equestrian Center

Allentown

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

$55 $35

Admission for Two or Four with Optional Saturday-Event Access at the Museum of Indian Culture (Up to 55% Off)

Museum of Indian Culture

Allentown

Museum explores the life of the Lenape tribe through historic artifacts, cultural lessons, and hands-on activities

$10 $5

Philadelphia Soul Arena Football Playoff Game with Pregame Field Pass on August 7 at 6 p.m.

Philadelphia Soul

PPL Center

The Soul head into another postseason in pursuit of a second AFL championship in the franchise’s short but decorated history

$76.25 $38

Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs Tickets

Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs

Eastside

Find tickets for sports, concerts and theatre events on FanXchange’s secondary ticket marketplace and get the best seats for live events.

$15.47 $15.47

Group or Private Wine Tour/Meadery Experience for Two or Four at The Colony Meadery (Up to 61% Off)

The Colony Meadery

Southside

Each tour-goer receives one wineglass with The Colony Meadery logo as well as a tour of the brewhouse and tastings of each flagship mead

$140 $55

$25 for $100 Groupon — Valley Jiu Jitsu

Valley Jiu Jitsu

Upper Macungie

From the merchant: Our ever changing curriculum makes being active and learning this self defense discipline fun and safe.

$100 $25

$48 for $159 Groupon — Zombie Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu PA

Zombie Brazilian Jiu-jitsu And Mma

Allentown

From the merchant: Keep your child active this summer in our proven Jiu-Jitsu classes that will keep them smiling, sweating and learning.

$159 $48

Single Adult Membership or Family Membership to Oakmont Tennis Club (Up to 67% Off)

Oakmont Tennis Club

Oakmont Tennis Club

Members take to the club’s red-clay courts, clean up in the locker rooms, and hang out in the members’ clubhouse, which has a viewing deck

$290 $99

One or Two Months of Unlimited Classes from Lehigh Valley Shihou-ken Karate (Up to 59% Off)

Lehigh Valley Shihou-ken Karate

Allentown

Students practice basic strikes and choreographed kata in traditional Japanese karate style that draws from several fighting disciplines

$60 $29

Weekday Tubing Rental for One, Two, or Four from Bucks County River Country (Up to 54% Off)

Bucks County River Country

Point Pleasant Bucks County

Drift past natural scenery, while relaxing on Delaware River aboard deluxe tubes

$32 $16

Two Hours of Bowling for Up to 4 or 6 at Town & Country Lanes (Up to 53% Off)

Town and Country Lanes

Bethlehem

Groups of 4 or 6 battle it out on polished lanes for two hours in smoke-free bowling alley

$60 $29

Up to 53% Off Interactive Painting Class at Paint on Main

Paint on Main

Paint on Main

From the merchant: A professional instructor will guide you step-by-step to recreate a featured painting.

$70 $33

Two or Four Groupons, Each Good for Public Skate Admission and Skate Rental at Steel Ice Center (Up to 52% Off)

Steel Ice Center

Bethlehem

Two NHL-size skating surfaces welcome beginners and advanced gliders in a rink with a heated sitting area and a live DJ on Friday nights

$10 $5

$25 for Admission for One to H2Oooohh! Indoor WaterPark ($36 Value)

H2Oooohh! Indoor WaterPark

Lake Harmony, PA

Indoor water park with exciting slides, pools, and play areas—all kept a balmy temperature no matter the season

$36 $25

Water-Park Visit for Two or Four at Splash Zone (50% Off)

Splash Zone

Wildwood

Soak up some watery action with access to 16 slides, rides, and attractions that range from gentle to action-packed

$77.98 $39

Tour for Two Adults and Optionally Two Children of Lucy the Elephant (38% Off)

Lucy the Elephant

Margate City

Tour the six-story elephant-shaped building, which was built in 1881 and is now on the National Park Registry of Historical Landmarks

$16 $10

$17 for a Vineyard Tour for Two at Sand Castle Winery ($42 Value)

Sand Castle Winery

Sand Castle Winery

Private events can take place in large tasting rooms or an outdoor pavilion

$42 $17

Admission for Two Adults or Two Adults and Three Children to Shofuso Japanese House & Garden (Up to 39% Off)

Shofuso Japanese House & Garden

Fairmount Park

Traditional-style Japanese house and garden features koi pond and structures, showcasing the history of Japanese culture in Philadelphia

$27 $17

Horseback-Riding Lesson for One or Two or One Full Week of Summer Camp at A Bit of Luck Farm (Up to 60% Off)

A Bit of Luck Farm

Weisenberg

Lessons for all ages cover horsemanship, riding, training, and grooming, among other things

$45 $22.50

60-Minute Jump Pass with Jump Socks for One or Two at Xtreme Air (Up to 58% Off)

Xtreme Air

Wyomissing

Ricochet off the walls or leap head first into shock-absorbing foam pits at 20,000 sq. ft. trampoline arena

$17.90 $9

Five Open-Bounce Sessions or Party for Up to 10 Kids at BounceU (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

BounceU

Easton

With provided party supplies and a souvenir for the birthday child, kids bounce on giant inflatables during private bounce sessions

$59.75 $29

Walker Stalker Con at 10:30 a.m. on October 1–2

Walker Stalker Con‎

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center

The stars of “The Walking Dead” and other popular series meet fans and share stories behind the show during panels and events

$50.95 $28

Winery Tour with Tasting for Two, Four, or Six from Brook Hollow Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Brook Hollow Winery

Knowlton

Enjoy a scenic tour of a rustic winery, with tastings of locally-produced wine

$10 $5

Admission for Two or Four Adults or a Family of Four at Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve (Up to 50% Off)

Bowman's Hills Wildflower Preserve

New Hope

Hundreds of native and rare plant species bloom along more than two miles of picturesque trails amidst their natural Pennsylvania habitat

$12 $7

18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four Including Cart at Gilbertsville Golf Club (Up to 50% Off)

Gilbertsville Golf Club

New Hanover

Tee off onto a combination of old- and new-style fairway layouts on this 27-hole course

$108 $55

Round of Golf for One, Two, or Four on the Presidential Course at Hickory Valley Golf Club (Up to 58% Off)

Hickory Valley Golf Club - Presidential Course

Hickory Valley Golf Club - Presidential Course

18-hole course with a Golf Digest 4-star rating challenges players with lakes, bunkers, and wide fairways across a 6,721-yard layout

$70 $35

Whale-Watching Cruise for 2, 4, or 6 or Shark Cruise from Sightseer Whale & Dolphin Trips (Up to 63% Off)

Big Blue Sightseer

Wildwood

Marine biologist narrates tours around Wildwood in search of dolphins & whales; shark cruises give glimpses of sleek ocean predators

$76 $30

Museum Visit and Chocolate Tasting for Two or Four at The Hershey Story Museum (Up to 46% Off)

The Hershey Story Museum

Hershey

Guests sample sipping chocolates sourced from around the world and explore the culinary and philanthropic legacy of Milton S. Hershey

$45 $29

Golf for One, Two, or Four at Hickory Valley Golf Club - Ambassador Course (Up to 57% Off)

Hickory Valley Golf Club - Ambassador Course

Hickory Valley Golf Club - Ambassador Course

Play challenging rounds of golf on the Ambassador Course, a 6,450 yd. course lined with trees and scenic natural slopes and greens

$57 $29

Select Local Merchants

  • A Bit of Luck Farm
    Noemi Wilson-Debriano unfortunately couldn't fit her horses into the suitcase when she left to earn her degrees in animal sciences and psychology at Delaware Valley College. To make up for the lack of four-hoofed companions in her life, she traveled from door to door to find horse owners who needed help training and showing their steed, channeling the riding expertise she had honed since age 6. The same tenacity led her to purchase her own farm after graduation, where she and her staff now board and educate equines against the backdrop of breathtaking scenery. They recognize that horses have distinct personalities and modes of communication with their riders, helping both human and animal establish strong connections. During lessons, her staff leads beginners and advanced riders alike through tailored routines that outline horse behavior and physiology as well as cover saddle-striding form. They open their farm doors to patrons of all stripes, ranging from those who mean to trot for pleasure to those who aim to unfairly dominate the next season of The Amazing Race. The farm cultivates a quiet environment of total acceptance and calm, welcoming all breeds to the barn. They customize their boarding services to suit each horse's temperament and training regimen. A team of vets, chiropractors, massage therapists, and nutritionists on the verge of engineering apple-flavored hay tend to hoofed tenants for the duration of their stay.
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    3904 Golden Key Rd
    Kempton, PA US
  • Lehigh Valley Grand Prix
    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 piñatas 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.
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    649 S 10th St.
    Allentown, PA US
  • Rascal's Food & Fun
    Arcades typically just contain video games, but Rascal's Food & Fun doesn't house a typical arcade. Inside, guests can scale a 25-foot climbing tower or explore a two-story maze full of rope ladders, secret passageways, and cannons that launch thousands of foam balls. More labyrinthine fun awaits in the laser-tag arena, where players dodge incoming fire while navigating a maze awash in Day-Glo decorations. Elsewhere, bumper cars collide, balls careen down miniature bowling lanes, and blips and bleeps pour out of more than 70 games, including Whack-a-Mole and the less popular follow-up version, Apologize-to-a-Mole. The arcade is far from the 24,000-square-foot amusement center's only attraction. Rascal's two restaurants serve plenty of pub favorites, from housemade crab cakes doused in garlic-lime aioli to wings with 24 sauces, including Bangin' Bourbon. Adult beverages are available at three bars, where the day's biggest games unfold on 12 HDTVs and one 171-inch HD projector. These only skim the surface of Rascal's adult-oriented entertainment, which ranges from Texas hold 'em tournaments to live bands and DJs.
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    6616 Ruppsville Road
    Allentown, PA US
  • Museum of Indian Culture
    The Museum of Indian Culture provides a portal to the cultural history of the Lenape and other American Indian tribes. This history gains form and texture in the Northeast Woodland Room, where handmade basketry, beadwork, and pottery rest on display. Nearby, the Inter-Tribal Room demonstrates the breadth of cultures in the area. Its exhibits include a Lakota morning-star quilt, a Cheyenne sash, and Navajo sand art. For a more hands-on lesson, patrons can see how indigenous people made fire from a bow drill, practice using a dart thrower, or hear stories that were originally told by tribal elders. In addition to its exhibits, the museum conducts regular educational events. During Saturdays at the Museum, guests can step into American Indian culture by practicing their hunting and gathering skills in the field, going on an insect safari, or learning about societies that existed before Columbus discovered the continent and named it after Amerigo Vespucci. The Museum also sponsors the Roasting Ears of Corn Festival—with flint knapping, tomahawk throwing, and artifact displays—and the Three Sisters Harvest, which donates food and other supplies to American Indian families in need.
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    2825 Fish Hatchery Road
    Allentown, PA US
  • Liberty Bell Museum
    During the Revolutionary War, the British pursued the Liberty Bell as one of the spoils of war, threatening to melt it down into weapons in the fight against their colonies. In turn, the colonists stashed the Liberty Bell somewhere here—at the site that would one day become the Liberty Bell Museum—which was a testament to their cunning and hardiness. The Building: Zion's Reformed United Church of Christ is the site of Allentown's first church, which not only protected the Liberty Bell, but served as a hospital during the Revolutionary War and as a place to hear the Declaration of Independence being read. The church is on the National Register of Historic Places. Eye Catcher: an exact replica of the original liberty bell, except this one can be rung. Permanent Mainstay: trace the story of the bell's hiding via a mural hand painted by Wilmer Behler. Don't Miss: every Christmas season, the museum hosts the legendary puppet show of Pip the Christmas Mouse, which dates back to 1962
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    622 W. Hamilton Street
    Allentown, PA US
  • Manito Equestrian Center
    As the sun rises over Manito Equestrian Center's sprawling farm, horses stir and whinny within their stalls. The steeds blink as they emerge from their stately, centuries-old bank barn to run and jump across 60 acres of land, including indoor and outdoor riding arenas. A staff of seasoned horsewomen attends these gentle mounts, filling their stalls with fresh straw, feeding them nutritious oats, and reading aloud to them from Black Beauty every night. They also strengthen and expand the equestrian community, teaching students of all ages and experience levels riding techniques and horse-care fundamentals during lessons and camps. These sessions focus on dressage, hunt-seat, Western, and recreational styles, preparing riders for a fun trot through the woods or a career in competitive jumping. The trainers also conduct an innovative equine-assisted learning program that uses horse therapies and exercises to promote resilience and the development of life skills in children and adults recovering from trauma.
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    2160 N Cedar Crest Blvd
    Allentown, PA US

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