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Located in the heart of Montgomery County is the family owned and operated dairy farm and farm market known as Merrymead farm. When visiting the farm enjoy local produce honey beef and pork products and much more.
Methacton Community Theatre
Supporting talent of all ages in various roles the Methacton Community Theatre also strives to entertain all ages. From children's theatre to traditional dramatic stage plays the theatre offers something for everyone.
Mi Casa Su Casa Cafe
Your home away from home for breakfast, lunch and entertainment in downtown Reading. Specializing in American, Latino and Soul food, freshly roasted organic coffee, smoothies and freshly squeezed natural juices.
Microtel Inn & Suites
Find comfort, convenience and affordable rates when you book a room at Microtel Inn & Suites, near Historic Hamburg and off Interstate 78. Enjoy a restful sleep with our new Dream Well bedding, fine linens and extra pillows, then get an early start with free continental breakfast while connecting to colleagues with free Wi-Fi Internet access.
Mid Atlantic Air Museum
The Mid Atlantic Air Museum displays a mix of civilian and military aircraft and memorabilia 9:30 am - 4:00 pm daily except major holidays.
In 2013 (not including WWII Weekend) the Museum hosted visitors from 42 different states and 18 different countries. World War II Weekend in June is a "Don't Miss" event for the entire family and includes 80 aircraft, 200 vehicles, and 1,700 reenactors spread over 10 acres. Also included in the weekend are plane rides by various types of vintage aircraft, including a B-29 Bomber.
Mid-Atlantic Air Museum
At the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum visitors can see many vintage aircraft including a 1928 Elias EC-1 Aircoupe a 1929 Brunner-Winkle Bird 'A' and a 1931 American Eagle Eaglet. The museum also hosts a World War II reenactment gives rides on a World War II trainer plane and sells vintage aircraft.
Middletown & Hummelstown Railroad
Departing out of a freight station built in 1891 guests on the Middletown & Hummelstown Railroad can enjoy an 11-mile train ride in a vintage 1920's rail coach. In addition to the standard trip seasonal and special event rides are offered throughout the year.
Mill Stone Bed and Breakfast
Enjoy comfortable suites, culinary treats, and a full breakfast daily. Our B&B is situated in a historic 200 year old residence and mill. This quiet rural setting is ideal for relaxation, activities of all types - including swimming in season.
Miller Center for the Arts/RACC
The Miller Center for the Arts, located on the campus of Reading Area Community College, has become an anchor in the city of Reading's cultural landscape. Our 509-seat theatre offers quality programming for all ages and interests. Whether you would like to see modern dance, improv comedy or a children's show, the Miller Center has something for everyone.
Filled with bounce houses of all sizes Monkey Joes offers an indoor facility for kids to explore and play in. The bounce houses range from slides to obstacle courses to climbing walls.
Moravian Book Shop
The Moravian Book Shop is a bookstore that also offers Christmas ornaments gourmet food and a candy shop. The bookstore often hosts autograph signing parties and has a large section focused on local authors.
The Moravian Museum is housed in a building built in 1741 and known as the Gemeinhaus. Inside visitors can learn about early medical practices communal living missionary work and the education system of these early settlers.
Moravian Tile & Pottery Works
Moravian Tile and Pottery Works is where Henry Chapman Mercer created his works during the Arts and Crafts movement. People can watch a video take a self-guided tour take tile making classes and buy tiles.
Literally a breath of fresh air the Morris Arboretum offers families and individuals to enjoy beautiful nature in the heart of a large city. The arboretum offers activities such as wetland tours scientist scavenger hunts scarecrow walks and festivals for every season.
Best rates in the Berks County area. Come and enjoy a quiet, comfortable stay in the beautiful Pennsylvania Dutch countryside. We are conveniently located 10 miles west of Reading. Hershey, Lebanon, Lancaster, Adamstown, and Morgantown are within 30 minutes.
Mount Hope Estate & Winery home of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
Within an estate that dates back to 1779 Mount Hope Estate & Winery home of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire is a destination for families of all ages. In addition to the festivals held on the grounds the estate produces award-winning wines and craft beers.
Mount Hope Wine Gallery
The Mount Hope Wine Gallery is located on the first floor of the Lancaster Beer & Wine Gallery. It offers daily complimentary samplings and visitors can also shop for wine accessories kitchenware and more.
Movie Tavern Providence Town Center
The Movie Tavern Providence Town Center is a unique cinema that provides visitors with a memorable and luxurious movie-viewing experience. Guests are served full meals and drinks while reclining in high quality seats watching the films.
Mud & Maker
With a plethora of special workshops available visitors can learn a variety of art skills at Mud & Maker. The gift store sells handcrafted pottery and other art related gifts.
Muhlenberg Township Parks & Recreation
The Muhlenberg Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of programs that includes Muhlenberg Community Days, Haunted Hollow hayride and barn, Temple Halloween parade, Easter egg hunt, Summer playground program, Golden Muhls Senior Group, Fishing rodeo, etc. We also have pavilions and indoor facilities for rent.
Murdough's Christmas Barn
An enormous retails selection of Christmas decorations and collectiblesfrom around the world, housed in a centry-old barn. Specializing in nativities, glass ornaments, Byers Choice figurines, and German nutcrackers. Open year round.
Mushroom Festival, Inc.
There's Fun (gi) for All in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, as the Mushroom Capital of the World celebrates the mushroom with a mile-long street festival. Always the weekend after Labor Day, it's a great event for the whole family. September 6 and 7, 2014
Myers Strawberry Farm
Myers Strawberry Farm is a berry farm that allows visitors to pick their own strawberries and raspberries from the farm's extensive patches. The farm also hosts occasional special events and sells strawberry lemonade on occasion.
National Canal Museum
Dedicated to the towpath canals used as transport routes before the dawn of the railroad the National Canal Museum features interactive exhibits focused on the life of the area's canallers.
National Civil War Museum
The National Civil War Museum contains 4400 artifacts along with 21000 archival pieces covering both sides of the Civil War. The museum is divided into a timeline so visitors can understand what happened when during the Civil War.
National Constitution Center
Dedicated to the US Constitution the National Constitution Center operates as a museum a national town hall and a focal point of civic education through interactive exhibits live performances and historic artifacts.
National Memorial Arch
In 1917 the National Memorial Arch was dedicated in honor of the arrival of George Washington and his troops to Valley Forge. Standing over 60-feet high the granite arch features bronze plaques of the Valley Forge general officers.
National Museum of American Jewish History
Core exhibits at the National Museum of American Jewish History trace the story of Jewish immigration to America from its beginnings in the mid-1600s to present day including a Hall of Fame featuring eighteen high-profile Jewish-Americans including Albert Einstein Leonard Bernstein and Steven Spielberg.
National Museum of Industrial History
At the National Museum of Industrial History artifacts and collections can be viewed that detail America's rich industrial heritage. The museum also includes artifacts from the Smithsonian Institution's 1876 Centennial Exhibition Collection.
National Penn Bank
We understand the importance of your personal and business banking relationship, and the value of the decisions you make about your financial situation. That's why we make available a wide selection of accounts to fit the way you live now and to grow with you into the future.
National Toy Train Museum
True to its name the National Toy Train Museum in Strasburg Pennsylvania is packed with trains layouts accessories and ephemera related to toy and model trains. It is a must-see attraction for railfans and is open throughout the year.
National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting
The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting chronicles the history of the Voice of America an important radio broadcast that spread the message of American Democracy for decades particularly to those living under totalitarian regimes.
National Watch & Clock Museum
With exhibits comprising over 12 000 items the National Watch & Clock Museum is North America's largest collection of timepieces. The exhibition galleries house numerous exhibits with a special focus on 19th Century American clocks and watches.
Nicholas Stoltzfus House
Nicholas Stoltzfus was an Amish pioneer who arrived in America, with his family, in 1766. The house they lived in is being restored. Explore the web site and find some history on Nicholas, the early Stoltzfus family and Amish settlements in the Reading and Lancaster, PA area.
Nockamixon State Park
Surrounding the 1450 acre Lake Nockamixon is the Nockamixon State Park. With a name coming from the Indian for 'at the place of soft soil' the park has several marked locations of American Indian activity and heritage.
Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center
More than 10 miles of trails through 665 acres of beautiful deciduous woodlands and coniferous plantations. Office parking lot open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Other areas open sunrise to sunset, seven days a week. Contact the center for information on current public events and school programs.
Norristown Farm Park
Norristown Farm Park is 690 acres of nature and opportunities to get closer with the wild. Features of the park include a trout nursery a working farm paved trails creeks and historical structures.
North Museum of Natural History
With permanent exhibits including the Dinosaur Gallery Discovery Room Hall of the Cosmos and Live Animal Room the interactive all-ages North Museum of Natural History is also home to a planetarium.
Office Service Company
Office Service Company is an industry leader in providing office supplies, contract furniture and print media services. Our organization services local, regional and national businesses and has grown with success through consistent focus on exceptionally low prices, outstanding delivery, and excellent customer service.
Offset Impressions, Inc.
Offset Impressions is committed to providing the highest quality printing and customer service. Our expert team of print professionals have extensive experience in the printing industry. That experience combined with the latest in print technology allows us to never compromise on print quality. This is why we have been successful in the print business for the past 37 years.
Old Belleman's Church
Listed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings in America, Belleman’s Old Church was built in 1815. It features an interesting wine-goblet-shaped pulpit and a single hand-pumped Bohler organ. As might be expected, there is no electricity, heat, or plumbing in the building. All are invited to attend our unique worship services! Annual Hymnsing, 2:30pm on 4/26; Church Services, 7:45 and 10:15am on 6/8 and 8/10; PA German Services, 2:30pm on 9/27. Handicap accessible.
Old Jail Museum
The Old Jail Museum built in 1871 was the home of the hanging of the seven Molly Maguires. Right before their hanging deaths while probably innocent of the charges one of them placed their hand on the wall and despite numerous attempts to remove it the handprint remains today.
Old Morlatton Village
Morlatton Village is Berks County's first settlement site along the Schuylkill River at Douglassville. The site includes the Mouns Jones House, built by Swedish settlers in 1716, the oldest in Berks County. Other buildings include the White Horse Tavern, c. 1750-1762, the George Douglass Mansion, c. 1763, and the Covered-Bridge Keeper's House, c. 1780. Morlatton Village is along the Thun Trail section of the Schuylkill River Trail. Nearest trailheads are Grosstown Road in Montgomery County and Birdsboro in Berks County.
Oley Valley Antique Enterprises
We promote "Antiques in the Valley" where 60 of the most respected antique dealers will be showcasing their finest 18th, 19th and 20th century furnishings and accessories at the Oley Valley Middle School on June 20 and 21. A portion of the proceeds provides scholarships to worthy Oley Valley High School students.
Oley Valley Community Fair
Oley Valley Community Fair is an agricultural fair showcasing many exhibits and commercial vendors during the three-day event. The finest products and services in the agricultural community are on display. A wide range of tasty foods and treats, made and served by the Oley Fair, are available.