Monthly Archives: May 2017

Hershey Theatre

Hershey Theatre Welcome to Hershey Theatre, the regal, fun, and historic performing arts center that attracts guests far and wide! This is another brainchild of Milton S. Hershey, the chocolate magnate wanting to create something beautiful for the community in the early 20th century. The feat to build the ‘Community Center Building’ was a part…
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Lancaster Dutch Co.

Lancaster Dutch Co.  [caption id="attachment_22913" align="alignright" width="425"] Amish Country[/caption] Welcome to Lancaster County, the Pennsylvania Dutch Country that is popularly known as the oldest Amish settlement in the U.S, as well as the 2nd largest Amish settlement in the world. This historic yet still functioning farm and faith spot is a living testament to the…
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Museum of Bus Transportation

Museum of Bus Transportation [caption id="attachment_22907" align="alignright" width="425"] Vintage green bus, isolated on white. With detailed clipping path.[/caption] Did you know that buses carry more people daily than any other public modes of transportation put together? Well, you are certainly about to learn all about it! Head to the lower level of the AACA Museum…
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AACA Museum, Inc.

AACA Museum, Inc. A Smithsonian Institute affiliate and world-class museum, the AACA Museum is one of the most unique educational experiences your group can have in Hershey. This automotive museum holds several different exhibits regarding vintage vehicles from the 1890’s to the 1980’s. you will be able to choose from various tours, lectures, carnivals and car…
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Indian Echo Caverns

Indian Echo Caverns [caption id="attachment_22898" align="alignright" width="425"] Indian Echo Caverns[/caption] A more natural outing choice for your Hershey journey is Indian Echo Caverns, a great option to slow down for a moment and enjoy your natural surroundings within the area. This limestone cavern collection is located in Derry Township, just 8 miles from Hershey itself.…
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Hershey Gardens and Butterfly House

Hershey Gardens and Butterfly House Take a break from all the theme park and chocolate madness and head to Hershey Gardens and Butterfly House, a lush oasis escape we’re sure your group is going to love. Botanical education and added exercise abound, Hershey Gardens provides groups with 23 acres of local wildlife bliss. Originally created…
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ZooAmerica

ZooAmerica Welcome to ZooAmerica, the 11-acre walk-through zoo that allows guests to immerse themselves into North American wildlife! Also known as the North American Wildlife Park, this zoo holds over 200 animals representing the 5 regions of the country, the regions including Eastern Woodland, Southern Swamps, Northlands, Big Sky Country, and the Great Southwest. You…
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The Educational Benefits of Travel

What does the word “travel” mean to you? For us it means much more than just taking a trip, it means an opportunity to immerse oneself into a different culture. Trying different foods, hearing different languages, and seeing how others live can be an eye-opening and educationally beneficial experience for students of any age. Travel doesn’t need…
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Hershey Story Museum

Hershey Story Museum [caption id="attachment_22867" align="alignright" width="310"] Milton S. Hershey[/caption]  To learn all about Hershey, both the town and the man, from conception until today, you need to come to the Hershey Story Museum. Here at the museum, you will have several hands-on exhibits, experiences, and educational extras that will help you understand all there…
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Hershey Trolley Works

Hershey Trolley Works    One of the best tours you can take in this city is hands down the Hershey Trolley Works tour, a ‘chocolate tasting, sightseeing, historic’ touring experience unlike any other. Based out of Chocolate World, this sweet learning experience lasts about 75 minutes total, taking you through some of the city’s most…
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