Our area is wonderfully rich in attractions that are less well known, but nonetheless great places to visit.
3145 Hamilton Blvd. Bypass, Allentown, PA 18103 (map it)
The Da Vinci Science Centerâ€™s 10,000-square-foot exhibit floor is filled with interactive experiences that will cheer and inspire curious minds of all ages. You and the kids can learn about chemistry, seismometers, weather, electricity, light, human senses, robots, Mack trucks, gyroscopes, art, fossils, wind turbines, an ocean touch tank, honeybee hive, and much, much more. Visit website >
904 Sheble Lane, Ambler, PA 19002 (map it)
The Stoogeum is the world's first and only museum of Three Stooges memorabilia. Containing close to 100,000 pieces of Stoogeabilia, the Stoogeum offers fans a chance to view a vast array of artifacts which celebrate the legacy of this legendary comedy team. The 10,000 square-foot building houses anything and everything Stooge. Artifacts from 1918 to the present are on exhibit, including several interactive displays. The Stoogeum also contains a research library, a 16MM film storage vault and an 85-seat theater used for film screenings, lectures and special presentations. The Stoogeum is also the headquarters of the Three Stooges Fan Club. Visit website >
Route 23 at Valley Forge Park, Valley Forge, PA 19481 (map it)
Washington Memorial Chapel is located within Valley Forge National Historical Park, on Valley Forge Road. The chapel is located on beautiful grounds, with a bell tower and carillon, a veterans wall of honor, and a magnificent interior with beautiful stained glass windows. Visit website >
205 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08608 (map it)
The New Jersey State Museum serves the life-long educational needs of residents and visitors through its collections, exhibitions, programs, publications and scholarship in science, history and the arts. The Museum explores the natural and cultural diversity of New Jersey, past and present. The largest planetarium in New Jersey seats 150 visitors in specially-designed reclining seats that transport an audience to any astronomical destination. Visit website >
1155 Easton Road, Horsham, PA (map it)
The Wings of Freedom Aviation Museum is owned and operated by the Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association (DVHAA). It includes 17 aircraft inside the museum and in the outdoor display area, and nearly forty exhibits of artifacts including flight helmets, vintage aviation flight gear, air to air missiles (inert), and vintage ejection seats. There is also an extensive collection of military service medals. Visit website >
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