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2250 N. George St.
York, PA 17406
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Constructed in 1769, the Warrington Meeting House is a typical Quaker house complete with a gable roof. This historical meetinghouse is included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
Donegal Mills Plantation is an old corn mill located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The mill was built in 1775 and consists of the mill, mansion, miller's house, and bake house. It is a three-story structure and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 20, 1978.
The Messiah College in Grantham is a Christian college that offers students a chance to learn applied arts and sciences, besides inculcating a sense of pride and duty towards the religion. Although the college is known for the high-standard education that is offered here, the entertainment and recreaiton needs of students are well-looked after as well. You can witness the artistic skills and athletic talent of the college students at the various well-equipped venues of the college that host numerous sports tournaments, concerts and cultural events. One of the venues where these events takes place is the Brubaker Auditorium. This multi-utility event center can accommodate 1,800 spectators in its premises. Besides hosting student activities, the venue also hosts a few community and private events. Check website for details.
Dill's Tavern is a quaint little structure which was built in 1755. It has a mix of of the Early Republic and Colonial Revival styles of architecture. The tavern has undergone modifications in the later years, but has been preserved exceptionally well. Today, it functions as an interpretive history center and is open to public. The entire house can be explored by the visitors, so that they can have a feel of the 18th century living conditions. The facility is also available as a rental space for private events like weddings, meetings and reunions. A mix of modern facilities with the backdrop of an ancient structure is the perfect combination to host your intimate events.
Comcast Star Stage is an absolutely terrific venue for concerts and events. Located at Vine Street, the venue has staged a number of musicians on a regular basis being part of the city's festival venues.
As you step into the Whitaker Center for Science and Arts, you enter the world of intrigue and fascination. Featuring three floors of educative exhibits, one can learn everything about mysteries and facts of our world. At the science center, there is something for everyone. For children there is KidsPlace, whereas adults can enjoy at Forces of Nature. Apart from the science center, this center also consists of a performance theater that can accommodate about 600 people. The IMAX Theater screens some of the most unique films and can hold upto 200 people. On the lower level, an intimate theater present is ideal for hosting lectures and classes. For tour prices and hours for the season, please check the website.
Formerly the Riverside Stadium, located across the Susquehanna river, the baseball stadium has bounced back as the Metro Bank Park. Featuring corporate suites, private seating, kids zone and much more, the stadium provides the best opportunity to enjoy baseball sessions live in action. Get to the park to explore the amazing field-dimensions and interesting Minor League matches. Call for more details.
Home to Gamut Theatre Group, the Gamut Classic Theatre is a medium sized space located in the Downtown Strawberry Square. An intimate theater, it can comfortably seat 100. The three sided setting encircling the stage allows people to watch performances closely. The theater is also home to the well known Harrisburg Shakespeare Festival and the Popcorn Hat Players. Classic plays such as Henry IV, Romeo and Juliet, The Glass Menagerie and several other well known plays have been staged at this classic heritage. Though small in context of seating capacity, the theater offers advanced technical specifications for sound and lighting. Call ahead for performance timings.
Forum Auditorium is well-known in the capital city of Harrisburg for providing enthralling entertainment. The variety of performances staged are way beyond admiration. This is the venue where grand performances of the 'Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra' are held. There is an interesting variety of shows lined up for all performing art lovers. The auditorium regularly hosts concerts, symphonies, recitals, dance shows and other types of classic performances. Please contact to know more about the latest programs to be showcased here.
An architecturally significant structure, the Hershey Theatre has been the center for arts and culture in Downtown Hershey since the 1930's. Visitors are struck by its grand beauty as soon as they enter. The Grand Lobby, ornate ceilings, Italian tiled flooring, all reflect detailed craftsmanship. The most interesting part is the arched ceiling that was designed to replicate St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice. The theater's symbol, a gold winged lion, is placed just above the majestic stage. Besides its splendid architecture, the theater is a well known stage for art and drama. Ballets, Broadway shows, plays, musicals are held here regularly. It is equipped with the best audio-visual technical instruments and offers comfortable seating. The theater can also be rented for various events and functions. Call ahead or check their website for upcoming shows.
Home to the Hershey Bears, this center offers some rough ice hockey action for the wild and ice skating for the mild. Join 10,000 fans screaming their lungs out and if you are lucky, join them from one of the 40 luxury boxes. Tours are organized for those interested in the scoop on all the behind-the-scenes action. Skating classes are also held every Saturday. Once you have had enough action on ice, head to one of the numerous restaurants to replenish your energy. Check their website or call ahead for upcoming games.
The Hersheypark Stadium can hold up to 30,000 people at once, and it is the most popular venue for sporting and musical events between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. It plays host to athletic meets, the PIAA Football and Soccer Championships, and the annual Summer Concert Series. Music legends such as U2, The Who and the Dave Matthews Band have performed here. President Eisenhower's birthday was once celebrated here too, in the 1950's! Call ahead for upcoming shows.