Hershey, Pennsylvania, is all about two things: chocolate and history. But it’s mostly the chocolate. Nearly everywhere in town offers something to learn about Hershey's chocolate. Families often find a sweet spot for the town thanks to Hershey's Chocolate World, which offers guided tours, movies, and—of course—oodles of chocolate samples.
Hersheypark is the centerpoint of Hershey. The theme park has six themed areas, including Founder's Way, Kissing Tower Hill, The Hollow, and Pioneer Frontier. Every area within the park has themed shops and restaurants.
Enjoy sports, concerts, and live performances at Giant Center, Hersheypark Stadium, and The Star Pavilion at Hershey Stadium. The Hershey area also hosts one of the largest antique automobile shows and flea markets in the United States.
Enjoy an afternoon of arcade games, batting cages, bumper boats, go-karts, outdoor laser tag, and miniature golf at Adventure Sports Family Entertainment. Or, learn more about wildlife at ZooAmerica - North American Wildlife Park.
Craft beer lovers should visit Troegs Brewing Company. The microbrewery was founded in 1997 and produces many local favorites, including HopBack Amber Ale, DreamWeaver Wheat, Tröegs Pale Ale, and Sunshine Pils. The brewery also offers self-guided tours.
Learn more about Hershey—the town and the chocolate company—by visiting The Hershey Story, an interactive museum that tells the story of Milton S. Hershey and his local and global contributions.
Pamper yourself with a range of luxurious and rejuvenative treatments at the spas at The Hotel Hershey or the Emerald Springs Spa.
Embrace flower power while exploring Hershey Gardens, a 23-acre botanical garden that overlooks Hershey and features an eclectic collection of rare trees and shrubs, themed gardens, and vibrant seasonal flowers.