Dauphin County - Attractions
Uncle Henry's Pretzels
P O Box 209, Bowmansville, PA 17507
Handmade, hand-twisted authentic Pennsylvania Dutch Pretzels from the heart of the Dutch Country. Many varieties available including low salt and low protein. FREE tours by appointment. Come see our pretzels being made by hand by Mennonite ladies of Lancaster County.
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 AM - 6 PM, Saturday 8 AM - 4 PM.
These Crooked Things Are Wonderful Good!
Cherry Crest Adventure Farm
150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, PA 17572
- Toll-free: 866-546-1799
- Join a Million Adventurers!
- 50 family fun activities for everyone.
- Experience the Amazing Maize Maze 5-acre corn maze - WORLD'S Largest Interactive Game.
- "People come out grinning from ear to ear" - CNN
- "One of 25 Cool Things To Do" - Sports Illustrated for Kids
ANTIQUES CAPITAL U.S.A.
Antiques Capital USA in Adamstown Pennsylvania is considered by many to be the best single place in the United States for antiques. There are dozens of antique markets, specialty shops, showcase malls, restaurants, breweries, bed & breakfast, hotels, and motels. Itís no wonder why thousands of visitors from all over the world find themselves drawn to this wonderful oasis of treasured antiques.
P O Box 451, Intercourse, PA 17534
Enjoy over 100 shops, restaurants, galleries and interesting places located throughout our village. The Village stands as a clear reminder of our traditional American heritage as people live by a simpler way of life. We trust the reward of discovery, growth and joy will be yours as you visit our friendly village.
251 E. Maple Lawn Road, New Park, PA 17352
The Maize Quest Fun Park is The Largest Collection of People-Sized Mazes in the World! Challenge 18 attractions on our family's farm and experience victory together. Bring your group of scouts, students, co-workers, or youth for an exciting team-building experience. Click or call 1-866-WE-LOSE-U. Plan to shop our farm market!
Perry County Council of the Arts
P O Box 354, One South Second Street, Newport, PA 17074
Located in the rural region northwest of Harrisburg, PA, the Perry County Council of the Arts serves a county with a population of 44,000 spread across 550 square miles with no traffic lights. The Gallery displays works of art year round while offering arts programs that vary from writers workshops to art classes. Activities, annual festival, more.