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Attendants oversee vehicles 24 hours a day in a stadium-lit parking lot, with free shuttles to and from Philadelphia International Airport
This is an open surface lot outside of Barrow High School.
This lot is located at Barrow High School, you can't miss it.
A varied choice of classes, such as zumba, spin, or bootcamp, allows anyone to break a sweat in the most preferable way
Amusement park based entirely on Sesame Street lets families whirl on rides, splash down slides, live the adventure, and enjoy live shows
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Many visitors to Lancaster seek out meaningful personal contact with the Amish community. Imagine visiting three Amish properties where our longstanding relationships allow you to become their guests during your stay. This exclusive tour is limited to 14 guests, and provides the rare opportunity to meet and talk to various Amish where they live and work. The three stops: Visit an Amish farm at milking time, go behind-the-scenes with an Amish craftsman, and then sit and chat with an Amish family right in their home. At this time, you MUST wear a mask to participate in this tour.
Travel to a time before white Europeans "tamed" the wilderness of Western Pennsylvania, when Indians built mounds and walked trails. Be wary, though. It becomes the most dangerous place on Earth. We begin at Logstown, the original Wild West town, and end at the forts built at the Forks of the Ohio. Along the way, we'll be joined by howling wolves and dancing Indians. Grandmother will tell us why all the animals left Lenape land. Charles Dickens will reflect on his steamboat trip down the Ohio. And, we'll visit an Indian burial mound that was carried away piece by piece until it is no more.Marti Donovan, who lives with many animals, brings us Grandmother's wisdom. This is a self-guided audio tour. Please download the tour through the VoiceMap App in a wifi zone for full offline accessibility.
A proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, AACA Museum, Inc. at Hershey allows visitors of all ages enjoy vehicle displays of cars, motorcycles, buses, and more from the 1890s to the 1980s. Hands-on interactive exhibits and our model train room are favorites for our younger visitors. Special featured exhibits allow flexibility to change the vehicles every few months allowing visitors to see something new each time they visit. AACA Museum, Inc. is also home to the world's largest collection of Tucker Automobiles and related artifacts.
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