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The American modernist painter Charles Demuth is the focus of the Demuth Museum. The museum collection is currently housed in the original home of Demuth on King Street which serve as a historic site for the painter as well as a place that holds is artwork.
Doc's Family Fun Center
Featuring a roller skating rink Doc's Family Fun Center can be used for open skating roller hockey and Zumba fitness classes. The center offers skating and hockey lessons a summer camp redemption games and a snack bar.
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom
Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom is two theme parks. At Dorney Park visitors can ride roller coasters thrill rides family rides and rides for the little ones while Wildwater Kingdom offers three dozen waterslides.
Down East/GK Outlet
The GK Outlet features the largest collection of the world's most advanced leotard - GK . The entire GK line of apparel and accessories for gymnastics, cheer, dance, and skate is made here in Reading, PA and available at discount, including first quality, factory irregulars, and closeouts. Phone orders also welcome.
Graphic design, advertising design, web design, copywriting, art direction, illustration and photography and print coordination. Formed in 1986 by partners Debra Soule and Laura Wright, the Drawing Board is a 100% female-owned business.
A campus that is one with its culture Drexel University has 3 campuses that are spread out among the city of Philadelphia. Tours are offered almost every day to showcase the history of the college the success and the designs of several prominent architects.
Dryville Hotel & Restaurant
Great family dining at this rustic hotel in Dryville. Certified Angus beef burgers and steaks are served along with a wide varity of seafood entrees including clams, shrimp and lobster tails.
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre
The Dutch Apple Dinner Theater is a 384-seat theater that features a variety of shows from classical musicals to contemporary hits. Patrons can also eat from the buffet that includes 15 different desserts and listen to a live orchestra.
Dutch Country Helicopters - Private Tours
Dutch Country Helicopters - Private Tours is an aviation tour company that offers helicopter tours of countryside of Pennsylvania. The company has professional pilots that fly close enough to the ground to wave to other people.
Dutch Hex Tour Association
Enjoy a self-driving tour through northern Berks County along scenic Old Route 22 and discover the colorful art form known as hex signs -- the uniquely American "fancy" folk art and best-known symbol of the Pennsylvania Germans. Hex signs, which showcase the pride, tradition and heritage of the area, can be seen on dozens of large, Swiss-type barns throughout the region.
Dutch Springs Aqua Park
Dutch Springs offers ocean kayaks and paddleboats for rent along with a combination rock-climbing wall and high-ropes course challenge scuba diving and camping. They also offer several unique water activities in their water park.
Earl Bowl Lanes
With 24 different lanes available the Earl Bowl Lanes is a bowling alley that offers daily specials to bowlers who visit. Other amenities include automatic scoring bowling leagues and a game room.
Eastern State Penitentiary
When the Eastern State Penitentiary was built in 1829 it was the largest and most expensive public structure ever built and served as a model to over 300 other prisons of how to reform prisoners instead of punish them. Visitors can take a one-hour tour.
Easy Does It, Inc.
Easy Does It, Inc. (EDI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals and families recovering from the effects of addiction, thus contributing to the betterment of our community and society as a a while by providing supportive housing, peer-to-peer programs and drug- and alcohol-free social activities.
Eckhaus is an art gallery that hosts exhibits of various kinds of contemporary art. The gallery is also a live performance venue that hosts open mic nights and a variety of events and festivals.
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
Perfect for leisure and business travelers alike, we feature free high speed Internet service, free Econo Lodge Bright Starts Breakfast, microwaves and refrigerators in every room, warmly-appointed guestrooms and suites, interior corridors for your convenience and safety, economy-sensitive rates, and friendly service. Six blocks from the VF Factory Outlets, across from the Berkshire Mall, and convenient to all area attractions, downtown, Santander Arena, and the area's many business parks. Great entertainment, shopping, and dining venues nearby.
Ed's Buggy Rides
Explore Amish Country the authentic way with a tour courtesy of Ed's Buggy Rides. Tours cover three miles of majestic farmland and humble Amish neighborhoods. Tours depart from the company headquarters which is across the street from the famed Sight & Sound Theater.
Eicher Indian Museum & Shop
Visitors can enjoy a variety of Native American historical artifacts and jewelry on display at Eicher Indian Museum & Shop. The museum specializes in authentic handcrafted Native American Indian jewelry.
Built as a vaudeville theatre in 1911 Elks Theatre was converted to be solely a movie house during a remodeling in 1940. Now showing first and second-run movies the Elk is woven into the community fabric as a cultural gathering place for more than 100 years.
Elmwood Park Zoo
See some of the world's most exotic animals at Elmwood Park Zoo. Exhibits include jaguars eagles bison iguanas otters etc. and many of the animals have feedings and shows that can be seen by visitors.
Ephrata Cloister was one of America's earliest religious communities. Nine original buildings remain today. Celibate members of this community were known for their self-composed music, Germanic calligraphy called "Frakturschriftern," and printing. A terrific educational and cultural experience.
Ephrata Community Park
A former sand mining site Ephrata Community Park features a 7.5-acre lake and a two-acre pond that can be used for fishing. The park offers baseball and soccer fields a sand volleyball court hiking trails and picnic areas.
Esterbrook Pharmacy in West Reading isn't just your typical local pharmacy. We provide information on healthy living through a series of free monthly sessions that focus on diabetes and heart care. We offer these to demonstrate our commitment to local health and well-being. Stop by and take advantage of our free patient support groups.
Fairgrounds Square Mall
Fairgrounds Square Mall is the ideal place to find quality merchandise at affordable prices. The 725,000 square-foot regional mall, anchored by JC's 5 Star Outlet, Burlington Coat Factory and Boscov's, provides a comfortable and pleasant shopping experience, and features unique specialty shops, restaurants and a food court. Free events are offered throughout the year, including car shows, craft and bridal fairs, holiday celebrations and more. Open to the community for fundraising events and group tours.
Farmhouse At Golden Oaks Bed & Breakfast
The “Farmhouse” is an marvelous alternative for smaller more intimate gatherings and offers three rooms for overnight guests and “stay and play” packages. One visit and you will agree with our motto: EAT. DRINK. PLAY GOLF.
Flickerwood Wine Cellars Tasting Room
Family owned and operated the Flickerwood Wine Cellars Tasting Room offers a warm casual environment in which visitors can sample Flickerwood's various craft wines. The tasting room also hosts special events and performances.
Henry Chapman Mercer built Fonthill from 1908 to 1912 as his personal home and as a place to display his collection of Moravian tiles. The home was constructed of poured concrete of many different architectural styles.
Located in the palatial home of Henry Chapman Mercer the Fonthill Museum features scenic grounds as well as a large collection of art and artifacts including some of Mercer's own tiles. Tours are available and the museum hosts weddings.
Fox East Theater
Reading's Fox East Theater offers stadium seating to view the latest movie releases. One of the biggest draws to this theater is $5 Tuesdays in the summer time which is a popular family attraction in Reading.
Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema
A two-theater independently owned cinema the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema shows a variety of independent art house foreign and mainstream films. The theater also hosts live comedy and musical performances and serves a variety of beers.
Frank Theatres offers the latest movies for all ages. It features assigned stadium seating with red chairs that rock back and recline a game room with coin operated games a cafe called Starlite Cafe and a bar and concession area.
A beautiful park with a bit of history Franklin Square is one of Philadelphia's original squares. The park offers a playground miniature golf and a carousel for some good old fashioned family fun.
Fraser Advanced Information Systems
We are an authorized dealer of Sharp, Canon, Muratec, and HP products with a full line of multifunction printers, (MFPs), copiers, printers, fax machines, and scanners. But Fraser is much more than that. Fraser is a solutions company. We will solve your workflow management issues (no matter how complex), increase uptime and profit margins by taking cost out of your infrastructure.
Freddy Hill Farms
Producing dairy products like ice cream and milk on location Freddy Hill Farms offers a large entertainment area for its guests. The farm has two miniature golf courses and batting cages available.
French Creek State Park
Once an industrial complex for the fledgling United State of America, today French Creek State Park is an oasis for people and wildlife. Straddling the Schuylkill Highlands, the 7,730-acre park is the largest block of contiguous forest between Washington D.C. and New York City. The forests, lakes, wetlands and fields are a destination for the people of southeast Pennsylvania to hike, fish, camp and bike.
Friends of Chamber Music of Reading
Welcome to another season of world-class chamber music in Reading. All concerts are free. Patron-subscribers are asked to contribute $100 for the series. Most performances are held at the WCR Center for the Arts, a national acoustic treasure, at 140 North Fifth Street, Reading.
Gage Personnel is a locally owned and operated staffing and human resources outsourcing firm. Founded in 1985, Gage Personnel specializes in professional, clerical, hospitality, light industrial an skilled trade placements, and has been named by the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce and Industry as the #1 and #2 Fastest Growing Business in 2010 and 2011 respectively. Additionally, Gage Personnel's founders, Bill and Gwen Gage, established the Blue Jeans for Babies fundraiser, now a national campaign for the March of Dimes.
Galer Estate Vineyard & Winery
Galer Estate Vineyard & Winery produces a variety of award-winning wines available to taste in the Tasting Room with open-air decks in the summer and heated in the winter. Special events include monthly food pairing evenings with Country Butcher.
Galerie Hamid is an exhibitor and dealer of international art. Visitors can tour the art gallery and exhibits showcasing various paintings sculptures and statues. Artwork is also available for purchase for those looking to add to their collection.
GAPS (Gallery Above Penn Square)
GAPS (Gallery Above Penn Square), located in the historic Callowhill District of Reading, showcases local and international art exhibits. The "New York" style gallery features multilevel gallery space along with a state-of-the-art amphitheatre for musical venue Live@GAPS and many other venues as well.