Kids Activities in Wyomissing

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  • Berks Lanes
    Forty-eight gleaming, wooden lanes shimmer under bright lights as polished, multicolored bowling balls careen toward pins waiting at the other end. As friends, families, and bitter enemies take aim and release balls, flat-panel scoreboards automatically update scores alongside irresponsibly hilarious monikers. Occasionally, glow bowling dazzles the senses with pumping music, heady fog, and magnificent laser-light shows. Beyond bowling, guests can also amuse themselves at one of the Billiard Hall’s 5 full-size pool tables, play their favorite tunes on the room’s private music system, or hit up the on-site pro shop to get tips, equipment, or inspiration for a new juggling routine. They can also grab a bite on site at The All-American Sports Pub, a space known for its HD TVs, karaoke nights, and the occasional rowdy round of pong or bar trivia.
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    3190 Shillington Road
    Reading, PA US
  • Duncan's Corn Maze
    When the field of corn reaches above D.J. and Loretta Duncan?s heads, it is time to get to work. But rather than mowing everything down, the owners of the dairy farm instead hop in their their tractor and carve out a complicated maze design. Each year, the maze celebrates a different theme, ranging from the cows the Duncans milk to The Mountain Folk radio, web, and TV show. Creating every twist and turn in the corn maze is only one way the Duncan?s share their life on the farm with the community. Visitors can also stroll through the two-acre pumpkin patch to select a future jack-o-lantern, or relax by the open fire and roast hot dogs, and marshmallows. A designated kids? play area is equipped with giant bales of straw to climb, a big slide, and a giant sling shot that launches gourds into the air.
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    202 Bernville Road
    Robesonia, PA US
  • The Works At Wyomissing
    Housed in what was once a sprawling textile compound that produced hosiery, The Works at Wyomissing hosts kinetic family outings in a large, historical space. Downstairs, a mammoth game room houses popular video games, such as a sports simulator, Dance Dance Revolution, and diminutive bowling lanes for children. Upstairs, the Ballocity action center combines the can't-miss fun mix of playground balls, slides, climbing tubes, foam-ball launchers, and grandma's china. Still-remaining historical details add character to the building, including an entrance to 1.5 miles worth of tunnels that once channeled supplies and carried elaborate tin-can phone networks between factory buildings.
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    1109 Bern Road
    Reading, PA US

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