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Hershey & Surrounding Area Attractions

Here is a directory of the many great things-to-do in Hershey and surrounding areas.  Click for directions from Carriage Stop B&B.

Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course

777 Hollywood Blvd – Grantville, PA 17028

Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course is your destination for world-class casino gaming & entertainment.  Over 2,450 slot machines and 56 table games!  Enjoy a variety of dining options from quick snacks to gourmet meals.  Plus the thrill of live and simulcast thoroughbred horse racing year-round.

2.7 Miles
(717) 469-2211
Hershey Gardens

170 Hotel Rd – Hershey, PA 17033

Set atop a hill overlooking Hersheypark, Hershey Gardens spans 23 acres displaying beautiful flowers, rare trees, a butterfly house and children’s garden.  Open year round, you can spend your afternoon strolling along the many trails, enjoying a guided tour, or exploring the Garden Shop. 

4.3 Miles
(717) 534-3492
Memorial Lake State Park

18 Boundary Rd – Grantville, PA 17028

Located near the base of Blue Mountain in East Hanover Township, this 230 acre park is surrounded by Fort Indiantown Gap, the headquarters for the Pennsylvania Army and Air National Guard. If you enjoy birdwatching, bring your zoom lens and binoculars!

4.8 Miles
(717) 865-6470
Hersheypark Stadium

10 W Hersheypark Dr – Hershey, PA 17033

The Sky is the Limit at Hersheypark Stadium, opened in 1939.  It is the most prominent outdoor stadium between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and hosts events such as District III Football and Soccer games, PIAA Football and Soccer State Championships.  The Star Pavilion hosts the annual Summer Concert Series including the most prominent names in the music industry. 

4.8 Miles
(717) 534-3911
Hershey Trolley Works

800 Park Blvd – Hershey, PA 17033

Journey along with other chocolate lovers through the history and magic of Hershey’s chocolate.  Located in Hershey’s Chocolate World, the Hershey Trolley Works started rolling out in 1988 and has, since then, been one of the biggest attractions of this sweet city.

5 Miles
(717) 533-3000
Hershey's Chocolate World

101 Chocolate World Way – Hershey, PA 17033

Specializing in Hershey’s chocolate products, Hershey’s Chocolate World offers a host of shops and restaurants.  See the Hershey’s Great Chocolate Factory Mystery in 4D, take a ride on the Hershey Trolley Works, Create a Candy Bar, and enjoy a free Chocolate Tour ride.

5 Miles
(717) 534-4900

100 W HersheyPark Dr – Hershey, PA 17033

Founded in 1906, HersheyPark now offers more than 70 rides and attractions, including 13 roller coasters and 15 water rides!  Make sure to visit the California sea lions & Atlantic harbor seals at Aquatheatre.  Catch the latest in musical entertainment at the Chevrolet Music Box Theatre.  Come along and get Hersheypark Happy!

5 Miles
(717) 534-3900
Zoo America North American Wildlife Park

201 Park Ave – Hershey, PA 17033

Adjacent to Hersheypark, this unique 11 acre walk-through zoo features more than 200 animals native to five regions of the North American continent.  Prepare for a successful, fun and eye-opening exploration into the wild, relax in the dining area, and don’t forget to stop and pick up a souvenir to take home.

5 Miles
(717) 534-3900
Giant Center

550 Hershey Park Dr – Hershey, PA 17033

There is always something happening in the Giant Center, a 10,500 seat multi-purpose arena in Hershey.  Home of the Hershey Bears Hockey Club, they also host an impressive line-up of star-studded performances including professional ice shows, musical concerts, circuses and other family events.

5.2 Miles
(717) 534-3911
Fort Indiantown Gap

Also referred to as “The Gap”, this military facility is headquarters for the Pennsylvania Army and Air National Guard.  The Fort is home to the Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum.  You may also visit the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.  The attached Google Map link will guide you to Fort Indiantown Gap Visitor Information Building.

6.3 Miles
(717) 861-2000
Adventure Sports in Hershey

3010 Elizabethtown Rd – Hershey, PA 17033

Video arcade:  Game Park offers go-karts, laser tag, mini-golf, bumper boats, batting cages, arcades & ice cream.

8.6 Miles
(717) 533-7479
Harrisburg City Islanders

2090 Linglestown Rd – Harrisburg, PA 17110

A 63-acre recreational island is a great place to spend the day.  Catch a baseball game with the Harrisburg Senators, or cruise the water on the Pride of Susquehanna Riverboat, take a ride on a steam train or horse-drawn carriage.  The island also offers miniature golf, arcade games, batting cages, and a beach.

12 Miles
(717) 441-4625
Fort Hunter Mansion and Park

5300 N Front St – Harrisburg, PA 17110

Take a guided tour of this historic home located in Harrisburg, was once known as Archibald McAllister House.  Situated on a bluff overlooking the Susquehanna River and the Blue Mountain Range, it was built about 1814 and is a 2 ½-story, five-bay wide stone dwelling in the Federal Style.

14 Miles
(717) 599-5751
Pennsylvania State Capitol

501 N Third St - Harrisburg, PA 17120

The Pennsylvania Capitol building is unique because it houses all three branches of Government under one roof.  Begin your tour in the breathtaking rotunda featuring a 52-million-pound dome that reaches 272 feet from floor to ceiling. The designer modeled the Capitol dome after St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Atop the dome sits a 17-foot, 3-ton gilded bronze statue named Commonwealth. The staircase is made of Italian marble and modeled after the grand staircase of the Paris Opera House. The Moravian-tile floor, known as the carpet of history, is original to the building and contains nearly 400 pictures.

14 Miles
(800) 868-7672
Pride of the Susquehanna River

City Island – Harrisburg, PA 17101

Pride of the Susquehanna is one of the last remaining paddle-wheel riverboats in America.  During the summer, she launches several times per day for a 45-minute sight-seeing cruise.  They also offer themed cruises including murder mysteries, musical & educational trips, and more.

15 Miles
(717) 234-6500