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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!

The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area is an extensive, family-oriented off-road trail system located in Central Pennsylvania. Riders of ATV's, SxS, dirt bikes, and full-size vehicles enjoy the diversity of the trail system on 7,500 acres of wooded land that provide many experiences to keep riders coming back for more. The Event Center near the parking area gives riders shelter to eat, as well as portable bathroom facilities.

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Ard's Farm offers fresh, local produce, local meats, fresh baked goods, and hand-dipped chocolates year round. Sweet corn and pumpkins grown on the farm make summer and fall a true delight. Many family farm activities available summer and fall.

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The Arts Underground has a very simple mission: to inspire, teach, and create artistic opportunities for art lovers in the community. Classes are deeply discounted due to the generosity of local artists and benefactors.

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Hot air balloon rides over the beautiful Susquehanna River Valley. Sunrise and sunset flights originate daily. Add a tethered or flyaway balloon ride to any event.

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Explore art, science, history, and culture with more than 20 hands-on exhibits for infants through teens. Special art and science programs offered weekly. Scout programs, birthday party packages, guided field trips, summer camps, and museum memberships available. Gift shop, garden, picnic tables, and free parking onsite.

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Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble is celebrating 41 years of bringing live, professional theatre to the community. For more information, please visit the website at www.BTE.org.

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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.

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Central Pennsylvania's year-round indoor and outdoor interactive entertainment complex featuring indoor and outdoor go-kart tracks, two 18-hole castle- and western-themed miniature golf courses, a 7,500 sq. ft. two-tier LASERTRON laser tag arena, Hologate Virtual Reality, batting cages, a roller skating rink, Victory Lane Cafe, and the largest arcade in the area. Carlisle Sports Emporium is also available for group outings and birthday parties, or for larger events, book the new Barn at Creek's Bend located adjacent to the Emporium.

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Clyde Peeling's Reptiland is a world-class zoo specializing in reptiles and amphibians from around the world! Enjoy modern indoor exhibits of over 40 species year-round. During warmer months, experience life-size animatronic dinosaurs and hundreds of colorful parakeets in seasonal exhibits. Stunning naturalistic habitats, fun interactive exhibits, live shows, and hands-on animal encounters make Reptiland an educational adventure for the whole family!

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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 the inspiring arts programs, ranging from music to dance, comedy to Broadway theater.

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The Community Theatre League is north-central PA's premier source for community theatre and theatre education. Seasons include full-length plays and musicals, Sprouts Theatre for children's performances, student productions, and concerts. CTL's educational branch, the Community Academy of Stage and Theatre, provides after-school and evening theatre education for children and adults, summer theatre camps for students, and smaller plays and concerts in the Jason J. Moyer Studio Theatre.

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Offering unique opportunities to explore glass: live hot glassmaking demonstrations, make your own glass experiences, hands-on glass technology, exhibits, and the worlds largest collection of glass spanning 35 centuries.

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Come out to Country Vale Alpaca Farm to meet, feed, and pet the alpacas. Learn about their lifestyle and interact with them. Seasonal events include Alpaca Days and feature alpaca products in the farm store. Tours and groups welcome. Call for appointments.

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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!

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The Susquehanna River Valley's premier entertainment experience features mini bowling, arcade, food, sports, events, and miniature golf. There's something here for everyone. Come to Hoopla's--the next generation of entertainment.

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Hoopla's Xtreme is the Susquehanna River Valley's premier entertainment experience. This state-of-the-art family fun complex offers entertainment for all ages including trampolines, sky rail rope course, mini bowling, mini golf, arcades, toddler zone, Snack Express, and so much more. Also available for parties.

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America's largest free-admission amusement park also offers free parking, free daily entertainment, and free picnic facilities. Take a dip in the 900,000-gallon Crystal Pool filled with refreshing mountain stream water. The pool area includes waterslides, diving boards, and a play area just for young children. Stay overnight at one of two campgrounds that include cabins and over 800 campsites. In addition to over 60 rides, award-winning food, swimming, games, miniature golf, and gift shops, visitors can add a round of golf at Knoebels Three Ponds Golf Course right next door to the park.

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Experience the wild with hundreds of animals from around the world. Guided Safari Tours roam over 150 acres of rolling hills with herds of animals, flightless birds, and a giraffe. Encounter the exotic in the zoo exhibits and the Reptiles & Exotic facility. Visit friendly creatures in the Petting Zoo.

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The Lewisburg Children's Museum delivers HANDS-ON, ENRICHING educational experiences in a safe, accessible environment. LCM is committed to providing opportunities for learning, imagination, and play at a convenient location in downtown Lewisburg.

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Celebrating discovery and family-friendly fun since 1930! Where science and adventure are NATURALLY FUN! One-hour interpretive tours of two spectacular crystal caverns. Educational programs, Raystown Rocks Gift Ship, gem panning, primitive camping. Great family events...October Ghosts & Goblins Tours, December Santa in the Cave, February Batfest, April Easter Bunny Underground, and June Discovery Days. Closest Cavern to Raystown Lake.

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Loose Ties is an informal group of toy train enthusiasts whose primary purpose is to promote the hobby of model railroading. This multi-gauge display is ever-changing. Come see the many sizes of trains Loose Ties operates at the Silvermoon Flea Market.

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A professional summer theatre located in Central PA with over 17,000 visitors a year. Established in 1963, the theatre includes a mix of classics along with new premiers from musicals to comedies that are great for all ages.

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National Registry of Historic Sites. Historic ferryboat operation.

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Milton Art Bank aspires to promote an engagement with art in its many forms through its diverse exhibition and performance programs encompassing a broad range of genres and styles.

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This volunteer-run museum located in downtown Milton was started with a donation from the late Rev. Dr. Robert Walker. The display features a 20' x 60' O-Gauge layout of the town of Milton in the 1950's to early 60's.

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The Center in Millersburg, PA, 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.

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The Northumberland County Fair is a showcase of agricultural exhibits including baking, canning, children's 4-H projects, garden produce, and needlework. The 2019 fair will be held from Aug. 21 to 24 at Tall Cedars Grove, 522 Seven Points Rd., Sunbury, PA. The Northumberland County Fair is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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Patchwork Farm Alpacas raises, sells, boards, and breeds exotic and charming alpacas. Experience the beautiful alpacas, then visit the farm store featuring unique clothing, fiber and toys made from alpaca fiber.

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America's only all-water cavern and farm-nature-wildlife park. Only cave in Pennsylvania on the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Features include a large visitors center, gift shop, gem-panning, maze, and cafe.

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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.

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The River Rat Brew Trail is a great place to meet friends for some amazing craft beer and excellent brew pub food. Pull up a chair and taste something new! With the area's most talented brewmasters behind the taps, there's always a fresh draught to try. Plan a trip to celebrate the Valley's finest local brews.

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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 16 wineries of the wine trail. A great way for local residents and visitors to enjoy the Susquehanna River Valley region!

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Visit nearly 300 rescued wild mammals at T & D's, including 50 felines (lions, tigers, cougars, bobcats, servals), bears, wolves, monkeys, and more. Stroll through 35 acres to see these animals in spacious natural enclosures, then visit hundreds of birds in T & D's Aviary!

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Area's newest indoor children's playground. Twenty-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!

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USA Softball 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. 3/21/17: changed name to USA Softball of PA per their website

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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 35+ professional performances including world music, Americana, jazz, modern dance, classical, and Family Discovery performances.

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Veterans Memorial Pool is one of the few filtered pools in the state operated without charge to swimmers 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.

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The Crosscutters are the short-season Class "A" affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. The Cutters play their home games at BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field which is the second-oldest minor league stadium in the U.S., built in 1926. Fun, affordable family entertainment.

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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.

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One of the largest caverns in Pennsylvania, its nickname, ?The Big One,? reflects its five spacious rooms, one of which, ?The Hall of Statutes,? is 300 feet long. Experienced guides conduct a well-explained, easily-walked tour in large, well-lit passageways that offer 50 minutes of nature at its best.

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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.

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