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A preserved and recreated 19th century crossroads village Historic Sugartown offers visitors the chance to see into America's past. The village features guided tours and hosts a variety of educational events.
Hobday's Artwork & Company
An art gallery Hobday's Artwork & Company features the art of Marilyn Hobday as well as of several other area artists. The gallery displays and sells a variety of artwork and maintains an online shop.
Hole in The Wall Puppet Theatre
One of the few resident puppet theatre companies in America the Hole in The Wall Puppet Theatre offers a unique entertainment experience. The theatre presents like puppet shows that are wholesome and enchanting for the whole family.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
Enjoy a practical stay at the beautifully decorated Holiday Inn Express. Our hotel is convenient to the Reading Regional Airport (RDG) and a number of area attractions. We're minutes from the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, host of the popular World War II Weekend. Perfect for shopaholics thanks to our close proximity to the VF Outlet Center. Don't forget to bring a camera, so you can snap some photos of your family at the Fire Tower and Pagoda on Mount Penn. Free high-speed Internet access and on-site fitness center, plus Express Start Breakfast Bar.
Holiday Inn Morgantown
The rustic splendor of Pennsylvania can be found in the gorgeous Pennsylvania Countryside. The Holiday Inn® Morgantown/PA Turnpike Exit 298 hotel is perfectly suited to accommodate the needs of today's business traveler. We offer free high speed Wi-Fi access, a Business Center offering print and fax services, meeting rooms and a banquet hall that seats up to 300 guests.
With so much to offer, you'll never want to leave!
Homewood Suites by Hilton-Reading/Wyomissing
Our extended-stay hotel offers easy access to attractions, shopping and corporations. Pennsylvania Dutch Country is only 10 miles away. Santander Performing Arts Center, and Reading Public Museum are an easy drive from our hotel. Relax in a spacious one- or two-bedroom suite featuring a separate living area with a sofa bed. Reserve a suite with a gas fireplace and whirlpool. Cook a meal in your fully equipped kitchen.
Start your day with our complimentary hot full breakfast. Monday through Thursday, we offer an evening dinner buffet included with your stay. Host up to 50 guests for a meeting or special event in our William Penn Room. Group discounts available. The business center provides a range of services including A/V equipment rental, photo copying and express mail. Exercise in the fitness center or outdoor pool.
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site preserves and interprets an early American industrial landscape from natural resource extraction to enlightened conservation. The site is surrounded by the 73,000 acre Hopewell Big Woods, the largest forest in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Showcasing an iron plantation and it surrounding countryside, all of the park’s facilities are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday including Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day and Veterans Day. It is closed other federal holidays. On Mondays and Tuesdays, while the Visitor Center and historic village are closed, the grounds and restrooms remain open. A featured stop on Pennsylvania’s Civil War Trails, Hopewell Furnace is located five miles south of Birdsboro, PA, off of Route 345. Admission to Hopewell Furnace is free. For more information stop by the visitor center or contact us at email@example.com. Visitors with specific needs may contact the park for assistance before their visit.
Hoy Park is a quaint quiet and small community park that features a boat ramp for those who wish to take a relaxing canoe ride. Though there is not much to explore it is a great spot for unwinding.
Humboldt Industrial Park
Measuring 3000 acres Humboldt Industrial Park runs five miles and is the largest industrial park in the Greater Hazelton area. It houses nearly 50 industries and is suitable for businesses including retail manufacturing warehouse and corporate.
Levinus W. Hunsicker acquired the grove property in 1929 from the Crane Ironworks Company in conjunction with the with the Lock Ridge Furnace. Located in Longswamp Township, this 49-acre park is able to accommodate large groups under a pavilion for company picnics and family reunions on a reservation basis.
Timed tour tickets allow visitors to see Independence Hall. In this hall the Declaration of Independence was signed as was the U.S. Constitution. President Lincoln's body also lay in repose within these hallow halls.
Independence National Historical Park
The Independence National Historical Park features the Liberty Bell Center Independence Hall Benjamin Franklin Museum B. Free Franklin Post Office City Tavern Congress Hall Great Essential Exhibit and Independence Archeology Lab. The mile long block is where the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were both signed.
Inn at Reading
The Inn is the perfect place for family vacations, staycations, shopping trips, romantic getaways, Reading Wedding receptions and business travel in the Reading/ Wyomissing Pennsylvania area. The Inn is a charming hotel with superior hospitality and short drive to the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Innovative Designs & Publishing
Innovative Designs & Publishing is the proud owner of Berks County Living, Lehigh Valley Style, Susquehanna Style, Fluid Power Journal, The Home News and The Town & Country Gazette. The company also provides a full range of custom publishing products for print and the web.
Intercourse Pretzel Factory
A free tour of the Intercourse Pretzel Factory allows visitors to witness the pretzel baking process. One of only six facilities that still hand-twist their pretzels visitors will receive a hands-on demonstration of the technique.
Iron Abbey Gastro Pub
The Iron Abbey Gastro Pub is a combination public house and restaurant that focuses on a mix of traditional American food and European cuisine. Live soccer is featured as well as annual special events.
Iron Age Theatre
For a night of edgy awe inspiring and smart entertainment visitors go to Iron Age Theater. The theater features performances including classic dramas and new plays that challenge the social justice of our culture.
Iron Valley Golf Course
Opened in the spring of 2000, this public 18-hole golf course was designed by world renowned architect, P.B. Dye, and offers natural terrain, expansive vistas, extreme elevations changes and a challenging layout. Full service restaurant and bar, locker rooms, and Pro-shop on site. With friendly staff, distinguishing landscape, and upscale amenities, you are assured an unforgettable experience. Come out and enjoy a day at Iron Valley Golf Course, “A Course Like No Other.”
James A. Michener Art Museum
The James A. Michener Art Museum contains 2700 items mainly created in Pennsylvania. The museum has a large collection of Pennsylvania impressionist paintings and furniture from the Arts and Crafts movement.
Known for its haunted attractions including the Chamber of Horrors Pirate's Revenge and Haunted Hay Ride and the Carnival of Fear younger visitors can also play in a variety of bouncy games and structures.
Jerry's Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum
Relive the days of the past at Jerry's Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum. Inside enjoy the car show room barbershop soda shop kitchen band-stand library auto parts store and drive-in theatre.
Jim Thorpe Memorial
The Jim Thorpe Memorial is a red marble memorial to Jim Thorpe sitting on soil from Thorpe's home Indian reservation New York's Polo Ground and the Stockholm Olympic Stadium and features a quote by Sweden's King Gustav V and several images of Thorpe participating in various sports.
Jim Thorpe River Adventures
Offering whitewater rafting adventures for beginners and advanced thrill-seekers Jim Thorpe River Adventures also offers inflatable kayak and mountain bike trips in the Lehigh Gorge State Park with their experienced river guides.
Jim Thorpe Sidecar Tours
Featuring vintage motorcycle sidecars Jim Thorpe Sidecar Tourz offers guided sightseeing tours of the historic town and surrounding area. Up to two guests can ride along with the driver on a single rig.
Johnny's Bar & Steakhouse
New York style modern decor meets old-time flair at Johnny's Bar & Steakhouse. Enjoy a favorite American dish, listen to Frank Sinatra classics playing in the background, and watch an old movie on the large plasma screen television at Johnny's.
A great place to dine in the Reading area with family and friends. Casual upscale dining, great steaks, terrific martinis, and more!
Judy's on Cherry
Judy's on Cherry is a Mediterranean-inspired fine dining restaurant in the heart of downtown Reading located in the space once occupied by a farmer's market. Ambiance and flavor are both featured at Judy's with its beautiful vaulted wooden ceilings and the hearth fired oven which cooks crispy gourmet pizzas, focaccia bread, pastas, and tapas.
Our restaurant is known for gourmet pizzas, luscious desserts and frothy cappuccinos.
Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery
The Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery was the first commercial pretzel bakery in America. The company was founded in 1861 and still makes pretzels which visitors can learn to make on a tour of the company's factory.
Kaercher Creek Park
Kaercher Creek Park offers recreation opportunities in northern Berks County. The park is developed around a 40-acre-lake, complete with a fishing dock, boat dock, and a boat launching ramp for non-motorized boats.
Kalmbach Memorial Park
Open from sunrise to sunset the Kalmbach Memorial Park is a beautiful site in Macungie. The park features a colorful array of plant life as well as meandering walking trails and a charming resorted 1850's barn.
Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts
Located in Bethlehem Pennsylvania The Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts is just one of 15 U.S. Museums that carry a decorative arts theme. Housed in three 19th century homes the museum showcases furniture china clothing and paintings covering three centuries.
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Home to eight resident companies including the Philadelphia Orchestra ballet and theater Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts houses a concert hall theater studio and arts education center. Guided tours provide a history along with architectural highlights and visits to the Center's key venues.
Kitchen Kettle Village
Kitchen Kettle Village is a village of shops including gifts and souvenirs baked goods and jams and jellies with over 90 varieties available to sample at The Canning Kitchen. . Children's activities include pony rides various food-oriented workshops and demonstrations and a visit to the barn to see the animals.
Klein Transportation, also known as Klein's Bus Service, is one of the few bus companies in the area that has been family owned and operated for over 50 years. We are a charter bus company and a school bus operator. We are members of the American Bus Association, a representative of USA bus companies, and the Pennsylvania Bus Association, a representative of PA bus companies.
Family owned and operated since 1935 the award-winning Kreider Farms has grown to encompass over 2500 acres. Visitors to the farm are encouraged to take a vehicle tour through the grounds and enjoy seeing the animals up close.
Kreutz Creek Winery
There are good times and great fun to be found at Kreutz Creek Winery. Along with are array of wines to sample they also encourage you to bring your pooch in on Thursdays and receive $2 off each bottle of wine.
KU Presents! strives to be the center of cultural life at Kutztown University and the regional community through professional presentations of innovative and engaging live music, theater, and dance of the highest quality. Our patrons include area residents, schools and community groups, and the Kutztown University campus community.
Kutztown Area Historical Society
The mission of the Kutztown Area Historical Society is to collect and preserve, in a museum environment, material culture artifacts relevant to the history of the greater Kutztown area, to maintain a non-circulating library of publications and manuscripts relating to local and regional history, and to encourage the local conservation of sites and structures of historical and cultural significance to the region.
Kutztown Community Partnership
KCP is a community-driven non-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to the economic revitalization and preservation of downtown Kutztown. KCP is composed of business owners, municipal leaders, and inspired citizens dedicated to creating and nurturing many and diverse opportunities for a vibrant, prosperous downtown and a cozy, familiar hometown. KCP seeks to encourage a sense of community and unified vision, preserve the historic integrity of the Borough’s architectural heritage, enhance residents’ and visitors’ perception of the community, and promote economic revitalization of property and commerce.
Kutztown Folk Festival
Old-fashioned summer fun at the 65th Annual Kutztown Folk Festival. Demonstrating craftsmen, America's largest quilt sale, entertainment, plenty of children's activities, and the best Pennsylvania Dutch food anywhere. Make plans to visit us, June 28 - July 6, 2014.
Kutztown University is a vibrant, modern institution of nearly 10,000 students. Founded in 1866, the University offers more than 100 areas of study, 160 cultural and student organizations and 21 NCAA Division II Athletic programs. The campus is located 20 miles from Allentown and Reading, and 90 minutes from Philadelphia.
Kutztown University Conference Services
Choose Kutztown University, the ideal setting for your meeting or special event. From small retreats to summer camps and conferences, our 289 acre campus offers housing, dining, meeting and athletic facilities to meet your needs. KU is located 20 miles from Allentown and Reading, and 90 minutes from Philadelphia.
Kyma Seafood Grill
The area's seafood specialists. Enjoy fresh grilled North Atlantic Salmon, Rainbow Trout and Ahi Tuna along with a selection of shrimp and shellfish dishes, including our infamous Colossal Crab Cake! Reasonably priced and perfect for a family dinner, a night out with friends or even a great date! Kyma Seafood Grill opened in 2009 adjacent to Johnny's Bar & Steakhouse. Kyma offers freshly prepared seafood dishes in a family-friendly and fun atmosphere.