Inside or out, regardless of the weather, we have attractions for all to enjoy! Year-round festivals celebrate every season - and feature local art, culture, food, and entertainment.
Climb a hill at one of three spectacular state parks or climb the hills of world-class wooden roller coasters at Knoebels Amusement Resort. Discover Art Deco and Victorian architecture, wild animals and reptiles, concerts-in-the-park, galleries, museums, five wineries and so much more!
ASA of PA Hall of Fame and Training Center was established with the vision to showcase all memorabilia related to the history of PA softball. The training center provides indoor practice and instructional opportunities generally for youth.
The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area consists of 6,500 acres of various levels of motorized trails. The AOAA also contains extensive non-motorized trails for equestrian events, mountain bikers, and hikers to provide a unique opportunity for everyone. FOR TOURS AND WAIVER FORMS TO USE THE ANTHRACITE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE AREA, PLEASE CALL 570-988-4220.
Ard's Farm offers fresh, local produce, local meats, fresh baked goods, and hand-dipped chocolates year round. Our own sweet corn and pumpkins make summer and fall a true delight. Many family farm activities available summer and fall.
Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble is celebrating 35 years of bringing live, professional theatre to our community. For more information,please visit our website at www.BTE.org
Built in 1941, the Campus Theatre in downtown Lewisburg is an excellent example of art deco architecture. From its 16 foot murals to its etched glass doors, nearly all of the interior and exterior fixtures remain intact today. Open nightly, the theatre shows first-run, independent and classic films as well as specialized film festivals.
Explore art, science, history and culture with more than 20 hands-on exhibits for all ages. Special family events offered regularly-see Facebook. Register for after-school art and science clubs, summer camps, and weekly pre-K classes. Gift shop, garden and picnic tables onsite. Ask us about birthday party packages too!
Reptiland is a specialized zoo that introduces visitors to the less-loved members of the animal kingdom in a safe, entertaining format. View over forty species of reptiles and amphibians in the indoor exhibit gallery. Seasonal exhibits include Butterflies and Dinosaurs Come to Life, a large scale animatronic dinosaur exhibit.
The Community Arts Center is dedicated to artistic excellence and providing Williamsport, PA and the surrounding areas with professional performing arts. Take in one of our inspiring arts programs, ranging from music to dance to comedy to Broadway theater.
Live theatrical performances, corporate events, concerts and shows!
Featuring charter operations, scenic flights over the Susquehanna River Valley, flying lessons, aircraft rentals, sales, maintenance and servicing. Avis rental cars, and world class customer care. Where you can always fly with friends!
Cruise aboard the Paddlewheel Riverboat and hear about boom rats, lumberjacks and the characters on the river that once made Williamsport the home of the most millionaires per capita! Also enjoy family cruises, concert, karaoke, brunch, dinner and wing cruises! Refreshments available on board!
Free admission, free parking, free picnicing, and free entertainment. Two world class, wooden roller coasters. Catch the Brass Ring on one of the largest and oldest Carousels in the world! Coming soon..."Flying Turns" Knoebels customized version of an old standard coaster-type ride.
Experience the wild with hundreds of animals from around the world. Guided Safari Tours take you over 150 acres of rolling hills with herds of animals and flightless birds. Encounter the exotic in the zoo exhibits and the new Reptiles & Exotic facility. Visit friendly creatures in the Petting Zoo.
Celebrating 84 Years of Discovery! Where science and adventure are NATURALLY FUN! Familiy-friendly, one-hour interpretive tours of two spectacular crystal caverns. Daily spring, summer, and fall. Winter by appointment. Educational programs for schools and youth groups our specialty. Home School Days, badge programs for Girl and Boy Scouts, Ultimate Underground Birthdays, Kids Cave Kamp, gift shop, gem panning, campgroud, picnic facilities, and three great family events...October Ghosts & Goblins Tours, December Santa in the cave, February Batfest, June Discovery Days, plus summer Flashlight Adventures, Photo Tours, and new Family Fun Nights. Closes Cavern to Raystown Lake. Just 3 miles west of Huntingdon, PA
A Professional Summer Theatre located in Central PA with over 17,000 visitors a year. Established in 1963, this season the theatre will include a mix of classics along with new premiers at Millbrook from musicals to comedies that are great for all ages.
National Registry of Historic Sites. Historic ferryboat operation.
The Center in Millersburg, Pennsylvania was built to house the center's collection of hundreds of original works. It also showcases works of contemporary artists from around the country. The Center's lands offer a tranquil outdoor experience on more than 500 contiguous acres of rustic beauty.
Owens Farm raises sheep, pigs, chickens and bees using sustainable farming practices. They offer many unique programs including Kids' Sheep Camp, Adopt-A-Sheep, Farm Tours and Lambing Slumber Parties.
We raise, sell, board, and breed exotic and charming alpacas. Come experience them and end your visit in our farm store featuring unique clothing, fiber and toys made from alpaca fiber.
America's only all-water cavern and wildlife park.
Tour a real anthracite coal mine 1,800 feet into the Mahanoy Mountain. Also take a scenic ride on an old-fashioned steam locomotive. Both tours are guided. Gift shop, lunch bar, picnic & playground area. Open April-October.
Spirit Readers are your guides to the other side. We offer psychic readings, gallery readings, teacup readings. Reiki healing, historic ghost walking tours of Sunbury and Northumberland and paranormal ghost hunting of local historic buildings.
Promotes wineries and local attractions of Central Pennsylvania. Every March visitors and local residents can purchase a ticket to the Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail featuring great food and wine at the 10 wineries of the wine trail. A great way for local residents and visitors to enjoy the Susquehanna River Valley region!
Visit more than 200 rescued animals including more than 60 felines (lions, tigers, cougars, leopards, bobcats, servals). Bears, lemurs, fox, and more. Stroll through 35 acres to view the animals in spacious enclosures.
Pennsylvania's most scenic excursion railroad. Saturday trains, sunset dinner train, Sunday brunch train, and many additional weekday trains. Check the website for the latest schedule.
Area's newest indoor children's playground. 20 foot high tunnels and slides, panning for treasure, food court, games. Free WiFi and costumed staff. It's not your average kids place, it's a CASTLE!
Bar, dining room, rifle range, campground, mini golf, driving range, walking trails, fish hatchery and wildlife sanctuary.
Professional and campus music, dance, and theatre events, as well as lectures, convocations, and other functions are held in the 1,200 seat Weis Center, an architecturally striking and acoustically exceptional performance hall. Annual series includes 30+ professional performances including world music, jazz, modern dance, classical, and a Family Discovery Series.
West Beaver Veterans Memorial Pool
Veterans Memorial Pool is one of the few filtered pools in the state operated without charge to swimmers. The pool operates through the generosity of the citizens in the area. Concession stand available. Diving board, sliding board, rain tree. Life guards present. Available for pool parties.
The Crosscutters are the short-season Class "A" affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. The Cutters play their home games at Susquehanna Bank Park at Historic Bowman Field. Built in 1926, the 2nd oldest minor league stadium in the U.S.! Fun, affordable family entertainment with tickets starting at just $6.00.
Come hear the jewel of downtown Williamsport! Under the direction of Maestro Gerardo Edelstein, the WSO is a professional regional symphony orchestra with performances that cater to any musical taste.
Five big rooms, experienced guides, large, well lit passageways. .
The museum traces the history and development of Little League Baseball and softball from its roots in Williamsport to around the world. Included are artifacts, interactive exhibits and Hall of Excellence.