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  • Lost River Caverns
    Despite being open to the public since 1930, Lost River Caverns has been kept in immaculate condition, retaining a youthful character that belies its close to 250,000-year existence. Step underground and peer at the profusion of stalactites, stalagmites, fluorescent minerals, and other natural crystal formations filling the cavern?s five chambers?including the Crystal Chapel, which radiates with residual love from the more than 80 wedding ceremonies it?s hosted since 1949. As dripping sounds echo in the distance, you?ll encounter the eponymous lost river, whose waters originate from an unknown source before disappearing back into Earth?s great Fiji bottle. You?ll also get wise to the Lost River Caverns? colorful history and the odd ways it?s been used by bootleggers, college fraternities, and fantasy fellowships looking to level up by fighting the caverns? many tonberries. Once you emerge back into daylight, ogle the rare fossils, unique minerals, and gems that abound inside the Gilman Museum before relaxing over a bite in Picnic Grove, whose covered bridge overlooks the leisurely flowing Silver Creek.
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    726 Durham Street
    Hellertown, PA US
  • Next to New
    Next to New houses a continually growing collection of clothing and accessories for infants, adolescents, and moms-in-the-making. Owner Jennifer Hertzog and her staff pride themselves on handpicking only items that are in excellent condition. They fill the shop’s shelves with almost-new apparel for every season of the year, in addition to clothing and accessories for American Girl dolls, baby equipment, and toys. To up the convenience factor, Jennifer and staff even keep a “Wish Book” handy. In that, customers who can’t find what they’re looking for in the shop can list it down alongside their name.
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    524 Main St.
    Schwenksville, PA US
  • Olde Gold Tavern
    Enjoy a large array of finger food at Olde Gold Tavern, a local pub. With no low-fat options served, come ready to eat your heart out. Your group can sit comfortably at Olde Gold Tavern, a local restaurant. Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Olde Gold Tavern. Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot. Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at Olde Gold Tavern running under $30 per person. You'll need a couple Andrew Jacksons for a visit to Olde Gold Tavern — they only accept cash. Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Olde Gold Tavern since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    80 S Charlotte St
    Pottstown, PA US
  • North Wales Running Company
    North Wales Running Company’s staff channels its dedication to running and training, helping out shoppers with pertinent advice and earning the shop a Philly Hot List pick as the #1 running store in the city six years straight. Runners can peruse more than 80 types of shoes for men and women from venerated brands such as Asics, Mizuno, and Nike. The shop's staff assists patrons in reaching their fitness goals, whether finding a proper fit for jogging shoes or fastening rockets to jogging shoes. A selection of winter apparel and accessories—including GPS watches, heart rate monitors, pedometers, and energy bars—helps runners stride down the road toward optimal health.
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    111 N Main St.
    North Wales, PA US
  • Sherman Brothers Shoes
    Herbert and Edwin Sherman founded their business as a resource for men with hard-to-find sizes and difficult-to-please fashion tastes. They used to cart closeout styles from East Coast factories to their storefront, traversing miles in the name of great deals and men’s fashion. Since the 1950s, local politicians, athletes, entertainers, and powerful wizards have frequented their store, finding wares from brands such as Alden, Santoni, Cole Haan, and Allen Edmonds. Sherman Brothers Shoes’s staff measures feet by hand using an old-fashioned fitting stool, matching customers with exotic, dress, casual, and work shoes, among other types.
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    755 Bethlehem Pike
    Montgomeryville, PA US
  • Good Eatz Green Cafe
    Good Eatz Green Café stocks its kitchen with local, sustainable, and organic ingredients to fill its menu with gluten-, dairy-, or animal product-free meals. Wholesome recipes include maple buckwheat pancakes and Mexican-style frittatas, as well as ahi tuna sashimi, gluten-free cheese ravioli, seitan meatloaf, and Black Angus cheeseburgers. In addition to its devotion to sustainable ingredients, Good Eatz boasts other green qualifications such as membership in Oxfam and Green America, formerly Co-op America, a box and paper reuse program, and Energy Star appliances, which can be plugged directly into the sun.
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    739 Reading Ave
    Reading, PA US

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