Things To Do, Places To Go

Olio Olive Oils & Balsamics

website | map it | (717) 627-0088 | 41B South Broad St., Lititz, Pennsylvania, 17543

Olio Olive Oils and Balsamics has balsamic vinegars from Modena Italy. In addition the company offers olive oils from around the world dishes lotions soaps and seasoning blends including Italianno de Capri and Japanese seven spice.

Ontelaunee Orchards, Inc.

website | map it | (610) 926-2187 | PO Box 182, Leesport, Pennsylvania, 19533

Ontelaunee Orchards is a pick your own operation that includes: strawberries, sweet & sour cherries, blueberries, red & yellow raspberries, peaches, apples, pumpkins, and more. Bring the whole family down for a memorable experience!

Our Lady of Czestochowa Shrine

website | map it | (215) 345-0600 | 654 Ferry Road, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901

People are welcome to worship at Our Lady of Czestochowa Shrine a chapel built by a Polish Pauline Monk. At the shrine visitors can view a replica of the Black Madonna painting a Polish American cemetery the heart of Poland's third prime minister and the Stations of the Cross.

Our Town Foundation

website | map it | (610) 562-3106 | 335 State Street, Hamburg, Pennsylvania, 19526

Visit Hamburg, PA and choose your adventure! Miles of trails to hike and bike and rivers, lakes and dams reeling with recreational opportunity. Discover our quaint downtown sprinkled with historic architecture, museums, unique shops, and dining spots. Numerous wineries and family attractions are within a short drive. Don't miss our annual Taste of Hamburger Festival!

Ozzy's Family Fun Center

website | map it | (610) 926-6162 | 5411 Pottsville Pike, Leesport, Pennsylvania, 19533

Ozzy's is a 10-acre Family Entertainment Center with 60,000 square feet of indoor activities that provide year-round fun for people of all ages. Bumper boats, ropes course, skating, rock climbing, and go-karts are just some of our attractions. Ideal for birthday parties, company picnics, group events, team building, church events, family reunions and more.

PA German Cultural Heritage Center

website | map it | (610) 683-1589 | 22 Luckenbill Road, Kutztown, Pennsylvania, 19530

The Center was established to gather, preserve, and distribute knowledge of Pennsylvania German rural life in southeastern Pennsylvania. The collections and functions carried out aim to authentically portray Pennsylvania German life. Annual events open to the public include Harvest Fescht, Christmas on the Farm, and Easter on the Farm.

PA Veteran's Museum

website | map it | (610) 566-0788 | 211 W State Street, Media, Pennsylvania, 19063

The Pennsylvania Veterans Museum maintains a permanent collection of historical artifacts and exhibits pertaining to veterans of the armed forces. It hosts educational programs and frequent special events and produces educational films and lesson plans for teachers.

Pagoda Skyline Inc.

website | map it | (610) 375-6399 | PO Box 1615, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19603

Pagoda-Skyline, Inc., established in 1970, is a not-for-profit, citizen volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of, and education about the Pagoda, the William Penn Memorial Fire Tower and the Skyline Drive area.

Palace Bowling & Entertainment Center

website | map it | (610) 269-9999 | 977 E Lancaster Avenue, Downingtown, Pennsylvania, 19335

Palace Bowling & Entertainment Center offers bowling leagues for all ages and skill level. The center provides a pool table dart board and a variety of video and crane games. Palace Bowling & Entertainment also hosts birthday parties.

Paoli Battlefield

website | map it | (866) 650-7273 | Malvern, Pennsylvania, 19355

The Paoli Battlefield is the site of a Revolutionary War battle that George Washington dubbed the Paoli Massacre - a significant defeat for the colonial forces. The battlefield has been meticulously preserved and the staff welcomes visitors.

Pappy T's Pub & Lounge

website | map it | (610) 562-5234 | 50 Industrial Drive, Hamburg, Pennsylvania, 19526

Great food, refreshing drinks, and a friendly atmosphere reminiscent of a "Cheers" type place. Features billiards, darts, Buzztime interactive video, 18 TVs and live music on weekends. Across from Cabela's and next to Microtel Inn.

Paradocx Vineyard s Wine Shop & Cafe

map it | (610) 444-9003 | 879 E. Baltimore Pike #B, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, 19348

Paradocx Vineyards Wine Shop & Cafe is a family owned vineyard and wine shop nestled in the rolling hills of Chester County. The wine shop offers a wide selection of their homegrown grapes including a selection of white red sweet and rose varietals.

Parlor Concerts at McCoole's

map it | (484) 358-3868 | 10 South Main Street, Quakertown, Pennsylvania, 18951

Opened in 2013 Parlor Concerts at McCoole's hosts intimate musical performances in the 184 seat performance theater. Musicians such as John Hammond and Loudon Wainwright are among those who have performed here in the past.

Peanut Bar

website | map it | (610) 376-8500 | 332 Penn Street, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19602

A Berks County tradition for lunch, dinner and late night dining. Extensive “casual to gourmet” menu. Close to downtown attractions. Featured on the Travel Channel, this classic downtown Reading landmark has been serving up plenty of fun and peanuts since 1924. Chosen one of USA TODAY's Top 10 Restaurants in the Nation for Wings! 

Pearl S. Buck House

website | map it | (215) 249-0100 | 520 Dublin Rd, Doylestown, Pennsylvania,

Green Hills Farm was the home of Pearl S. Buck for over 40 years. At the home which was constructed in 1825 visitors can see the desk where she wrote 'The Good Earth' along with many artworks from around the world.

Penn Corridor

website | map it | Weidenhammer Systems, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, 19610-1229

The Penn Corridor extends for over two miles through Reading, West Reading and Wyomissing. With numerous restaurants, cafes, music venues, boutiques, and cultural facilities, the Penn Corridor is redefining Greater Reading's urban core. It is the place to go for a great meal, the best concerts, world-class museum and art exhibits, festivals, and shopping.

Penn State Berks

website | map it | 610-396-6000 | Tulpehocken Road, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19610

We are... a “Big Ten” internationally renowned University that is close to home, offering baccalaureate and associate degrees and certificate programs taught by Penn State faculty. We are... a teaching/learning/research institution for undergraduate education and for lifelong learning. We are... a small campus with a big degree. We are... a partner in educational collaborations to improve the quality of life for our community through contract training, enrichment programs and service projects. We are... committed to the highest quality in teaching, research and scholarship, and service to our campus, our students, our communities, and our professions. We are... Penn State!

Penn's Peak

map it | (610) 826-9000 | 325 Maury Road, Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, 18229

Penn's Peak is a popular venue for conferences trade shows dances weddings concerts and much more. In addition it also features two bars a restaurant and a stunning 50-mile panoramic view of northeastern Pennsylvania's Appalachian mountains

Penns Woods Winery

website | map it | (610) 459-0808 | 124 Beaver Valley Road, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, 19317

Using only Pennsylvanian-grown grapes Penns Woods Winery is a family-run operation comprising a tasting room and wine shop on a 30-acre property in addition to the vineyards. Tastings include a variety of wines paired with food cheese and chocolate.

Pennsylvania Convention Center

website | map it | (215) 418-4700 | 1101 Arch St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107

Just a short walk from many of Philadelphia's famous landmarks the Pennsylvania Convention Center is the venue of choice for many conventions trade shows and meetings. Regardless of the event all participants will admire the works of over 50 artists and enjoy the comforts of the many amenities offered.

Pennsylvania Dutch Gift Haus

website | map it | 610-488-6529 | PO Box 2, Shartlesville, Pennsylvania, 19554

In business since 1948. We have the largest selection of PA Dutch gifts and collectibles anywhere. Also, hand-made gifts, PA Dutch food, antiques, Christmas and country items. Kum esse! Visit our old-fashioned lunch counter. Friend us on Facebook. Pennsylvaniadutchgifthaus.

Pennsylvania Hospital

map it | (215) 829-3971 | Eighth and Spruce sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,

Founded in 1751 by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond Pennsylvania Hospital was the nation's first hospital. The hospital boasts the first medical library of the country and is still in operation today.

Pennsylvania Roar

website | map it | 484-706-9578 | Santander Arena - 700 Penn Street, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19601

The Pennsylvania ROAR professional indoor soccer team is a member of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). The ROAR were awarded a MISL franchise to begin play in the 2013-14 season. All home games play at the Santander Arena (formerly Sovereign Center) in Reading. For more information about the Roar visit http://www.pennroar.com or call 484-706-9578.

Pennsylvania State Police Museum

website | map it | (717) 534-0565 | 187 Police Academy Drive, Hershey, Pennsylvania,

The Pennsylvania State Police Museum is a small museum and gift shop that features information and artifacts on the history of the state police system since 1905. The museums tours are both entertaining and informative.

Pennsylvania Veteran's Museum

website | map it | 12 East State Street, Media, Pennsylvania,

Opened in 2005 the Pennsylvania Veteran's Museum serves to preserve the history and legacy of all U.S. veterans. The museum features informational displays to educate all those who visit with a focus on educating youth on the history of our nations fighters.

People's Light & Theater Co

website | map it | (610) 644-3500 | 39 Conestoga Rd, Malvern, Pennsylvania, 19355

Founded in 1974 Peoples Light & Theater Co.is one of the largest professional non-profit theater companies in Pennsylvania. The group is known for its eclectic mix of productions and for the innovative programs they offer to students.

Perkiomen Trail

website | map it | Rt. 113, Collegeville, Pennsylvania,

The Perkiomen Trail is a 19-mile hard-suface trail appropriate for pedestrians bicycles cross country skiers and equestrians. It passes behind both the town's merchant district and the campus of Ursinus College.

Perkiomen Trail

website | map it | (610) 278-3555 | New Mill Road, Norristown, Pennsylvania, 19403

Spanning 20 miles Perkiomen Trail lies along the former Perkiomen trail of the Reading Railroad. The trail passes through many historical villages including Arcola Spring Mount and Collegeville among many others.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

website | map it | (215) 763-8100 | 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19130

The Philadelphia Museum of Art contains over 227000 objects mostly European and American art. The museum also hosts about 25 special exhibitions each year and the steps in front of the museum often serve as a backdrop for concerts.

Philadelphia Zoo

website | map it | (215) 243-1100 | 3400 West Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19104

The Philadelphia Zoo is the oldest zoo in the United States. Today visitors can see over 1300 animals take a balloon ride ride on a swan boat ride on the rainforest themed carousel ride on a horse feed lorikeets and ride of a miniature train.

Philip & Muriel Berman Sculpture Park

map it | 1243 South Cedar Crest Blvd., Allentown, Pennsylvania, 18103

An interesting site to see in Allentown is the Philip and Muriel Berman Sculpture Park. The park features 35 permanent sculptures of stone slabs scattered around the grounds 118 acres.

Phoenixville Farmers Market

website | map it | Under the Gay Street Bridge via Taylor Alley, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, 19460

Situated along French Creek is the Phoenixville Farmers Market. The market supports the local agricultural community featuring a variety of vendors offering fresh produce meat eggs local honey handcrafted soaps and more.

Pike Cafe

website | map it | (610) 373-6616 | 930 Pike Street, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19604

The World Famous Pike Cafe is the cozy, comfortable neighborhood bar restaurant you've been looking for. The place to go for a quick bite, a gourmet dinner with clients, or to watch sports with friends. Daily lunch and dinner specials. 24 spigot tap system with an ever-changing draft, microbrew, and craft beer selection. Over 40 HD Satellite TVs so you can watch every game. 100+ space, well-lit parking lot. Home of The Original "Wings Night" in Berks County.

Pine Hill RV Park

website | map it | 610-285-6776 | 268 Old Route 22, Kutztown, Pennsylvania, 19530

Close to Dorney Park, Cabela's, Crayola, and Sands. Cable TV, WiFi, visitors info, big rig friendly, full hook-ups, pets welcome. Major credit cards accepted.

Pines Dinner Theatre

website | map it | (610) 433-2333 | 448 N. 17th Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania,

The Pines Dinner Theater offers dinner and a theater performance. The food is based on the theme for the show and is served as a sit down meal while the show can have a special theme such as Winter Wonderland be a Broadway musical or a murder mystery.

Pinnacle Ridge Winery

website | map it | (610) 756-4481 | 407 Old 22, Kutztown, Pennsylvania, 19530

Producers of a number of award-winning wines Pinnacle Ridge Winery offers tastings of every variety including their sparkling wines in their tasting room.

Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine

website | map it | (570) 875-3850 | 19th & Oak St, Ashland, Pennsylvania, 17921

Tour a real anthracite coal mine and take a ride on an old-fashioned steam locomotive around the Mahanoy Mountain. Both tours are guided. Souvenir and gift shop, lunch and snack bar, picnic and playground area.
Free parking. Open April 1 through October 31.

Please Touch Museum

website | map it | (215) 581-3181 | 4231 Ave of the Republic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19131

Please Touch Museum caters to the curiosity of young children with exhibits and interactive activities exploring music and rhythm city life – from grocery shopping to a construction zone -- and science nature and weather stops on the River Adventure.

Plein Air Cafe

website | map it | (610) 374-8511 | 332 Cherry Street, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19602

Plein Air, a French expression which means "in the open air." Judy's on Cherry's sister restaurant boasts a lush garden setting in an interior courtyard adjacent to The Speckled Hen Pub. Enjoy our magical French cafe ambiance that feels like a little piece of Europe in downtown Reading.

Pocono Whitewater

website | map it | (570) 325-3655 | 1519 State Route 903, Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, 18229

Pocono Whitewater offers whitewater rafting trips though Lehigh River Gorge State Park. Some of the trips are on Class II and Class III rivers others are family trips and still others are specialty rafting trips including nighttime trips.

Pollack Fashion Outerwear

website | map it | (610) 376-3837 | 643 Penn Ave., West Reading, Pennsylvania, 19611

Pollack Fashion Outerwear is a 113 year-old company located at 643 Penn Ave in West Reading. Founded in Pottsville in 1900 by Solomon Pollack, the firm is owned and operated by 3rd and 4th generations of the Pollack Family: Robert Pollack, grandson, and his wife, Judy, and great-granddaughter Susan. We carry a full collection of furs and leathers for men and women, wool coats, faux fur jackets, accessories, and much more. We also are a full service fur and leather repair company offering cleaning and refinishing of leathers and furs. Bring in your old coat and let us give it a new stylish look.

Pottsgrove Manor

map it | (610) 326-4014 | 100 W King St, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 19464

Although only four acres of original property remain today Pottsgrove Manor has lost none of its original charm and architectural beauty. The manor is open year-round for guided tours as well as public programs school tours lectures and workshops.

PPL Park

website | map it | (610) 859-3100 | 1 Stadium Dr, Chester, Pennsylvania, 19013

PPL Park is a 18500 seat Major League Soccer stadium that serves as home to the Philadelphia Union. The park is a multi-purpose facility that is also equipped to host football rugby and lacrosse.

Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf

website | map it | (717) 391-8234 | 2521 Lincoln Highway East, Ronks, Pennsylvania, 17572

Professor Hacker's Lost Treasure Golf is a family destination featuring a themed mini-golf course. With two 18-hole mini-golf courses and an adventure maze kids of all ages will have hours of fun on your next visit.

Publick House Restaurant & Tavern

website | map it | (610) 372-7811 | 1040 Park Road, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, 19610

Styled after a traditional English Pub, The Publick House Restaurant & Tavern offers casual dining with warm, personable service. We offer a wide range of menu choices such as English Fish & Chips, Tavern Crab Cakes and Filet Mignon, or enjoy one of our chefs' delicious daily specials. A relaxing setting for meeting new friends or reaffirming old friendships.


Quadrant Book Mart

website | map it | (610) 252-1188 | 20 North 3rd Street, Easton, Pennsylvania, 18042

The Quadrant Book Mart is a used book store and cafe featuring over 50 000 rare and used books in a wide range of genres. The cafe serves beverages and a breakfast and lunch menu.

Quakertown Farmers Market

website | map it | (215) 536-4115 | 201 Station Road, Quakertown, Pennsylvania,

Conveniently located in Upper Bucks County since 1932 Quakertown Farmers Market has become a tradition in shopping. It offers more than 150 Farmers Market Departments 120 Indoor Flea Market Vendors 450 Outdoor Flea Market Vendors and walk-in Bingo.

QVC Studio Park

website | map it | (800) 600-9900 | 1200 Wilson Drive, West Chester, Pennsylvania,

QVC Studio Park has been introducing visitors to the world of television and multimedia retailing since 1997. Featuring a guided walking tour through the 58000 square foot studio visitors will see behind the curtain of this iconic retail giant.

R/C Reading Movies 11 & IMAX

website | map it | (610) 374-6195 | 30 N. 2nd Street, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19601

Movie Line: (610) 374-2828. This theatre offers: Dolby Surround 7.1, digital projection, huge wall to wall curved screens, stadium seating with high back rocking chairs, HPS 4000 sound system with Dolby digital, IMAX Auditorium, online ticketing, game room and party room, free 3 Hour parking, daily matinees, and 3D digital projection on select
screens.

Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania

website | map it | (717) 687-8628 | Route 741 east of Strasburg, Strasburg, Pennsylvania, 17579

Strasburg's Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania is a large museum and locomotive restoration center. Its huge indoor exhibit space is temperature- and humidity- controlled. There are also several outdoor exhibits best visited in clement weather.

Find Restaurants, Lodging, Shopping, Trails and other interests in Reading PA.© 2017 Visit Reading PA, All Rights Reserved.
 website was designed and developed by M StreetVisit Reading PA's website was designed and developed by
M Street, Lancaster PA web design agency