The Ultimate Guide To Hershey, PA

The Ultimate Guide To Hershey, PA

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Hershey PA Travel Guide

Hershey is a quaint town located east of Harrisburg, where Milton S. Hershey founded his chocolate empire, Hershey’s Chocolate. Everything about the city is chocolatey, Hershey Kisses capping the street light poles, chocolate-themed amusement park, museum, restaurants, zoo, gardens, and much more.

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Must See In Hershey, PA

The Hershey Story Museum | Hershey PA Travel Guide

Hershey’s Chocolate World

I recommend that you start at Hershey’s Chocolate World. Here you would get a chance to learn about the history, learn about the chocolate-making process on a free ride taking you through exhibits, sample chocolates, create your own chocolate and enjoy a 4D Chocolate Mystery show.

Address: 101 Chocolate World Way, Hershey, PA 17033, Entrance Fee: Several options, find details here

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Hershey Park

Hershey Park | Hershey PA Travel Guide

This is a chocolate-themed amusement park, doesn’t it already sound amazing! There are over 70 rides, many thrilling roller coasters, Boardwalk – a water park, Zoo America – 11-acre zoo featuring more than 200 animals, several shows, a gaming arcade, and several restaurants.

Address: 101 Chocolate World Way, Hershey, PA 17033, Entrance Fee: Several options, find details here

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The Hershey Story Museum

Hershey Gardens | Hershey PA Travel Guide

The Hershey Story Museum is an interactive museum featuring Milton S. Hershey’s life story, his chocolate company, and the town of Hershey. There are several permanent and seasonal exhibits, including Hands-on replica props, replicas of machinery used at the original chocolate factory, chocolate making classes in the chocolate lab, and much more.

Address: 63 W Chocolate Ave, Hershey, PA 17033, Entrance Fee: Several options, find details here

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Hershey Gardens

Hershey’s Chocolate World | Hershey PA Travel Guide

Hershey Gardens is a large botanical garden and an arboretum, located atop a hill overlooking Hersheypark and town of Hershey. It was built as a gift from the chocolate giant Milton S. Hershey for the community and to honor his wife. There are several garden areas, including a Japanese Gardens, the Blue Mountains, several Seasonal Gardens, and a Butterfly House.

Address: 170 Hotel Rd, Hershey, PA 17033, Entrance Fee: Several options, find details here

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