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Attractions & Activities in Dutch Country Roads PA
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  • 407 Granite Run Dr. Lancaster, PA 17601
    Lancaster's only indoor inflatable park.  12,000 square feet of bouncing fun,...
  • Grantham Rd. Grantham, PA 17027
    This covered bridge was built near Bowmansdale but was relocated to the Messiah College campus and rebuilt by students.
  • 43 S. Chestnut St Boyertown, PA 19512-1508
    At the historical society, you can explore an incredibly wide range of historical resources and exhibits all in the beautiful setting of Berks County, Pennsylvania.
  • 85 S. Walnut St. Boyertown, PA 19512-1462
    "Pennsylvania's Transportation History Museum" Discover this collection of rare sleighs and carriages, high wheel bikes, automobiles and trucks. See electric powered vehicles as early as 1910. The...
  • 85 South Walnut Street Boyertown, PA 19512
    The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles offers a one-of-a-kind experience. Specializing in Pennsylvania's own road transportation history, the Boyertown Museum displays over 90 vehicles -...
  • 111 N. Market St. Schaefferstown, PA 17088
    Pennsylvania German heritage and Schaefferstown history. Call for hours.
  • 1808 W. Schuylkill Rd. Douglassville, PA 19518
    Brinton Lodge is a nonprofit historic house with an imagination. Unusual architecture, a legendary history, and centuries of visitors have made Brinton Lodge an eccentric and treasured landmark of...
  • Brown's Mill Rd. and Angle Road Greencastle, PA 17201
    Built in 1836 and used through 1921, this stone structure served as an educational institution and community center for the Brown's Mill area for eighty-five years. Singing schools, debates, and...
  • 102 N. Market St. Mount Joy, PA 17552-1306
    Bube's Brewery is an intact historic 19th century brewery and museum complex. Fine dining available at any of our restaurants: The Catacombs, Alois, Bottling Works, and Biergarten. Experience Live...
  • COCALICO Rd. Denver, PA 17517
    Built by Elias McMellen in 1881, it was extensively damaged by a flood one year later and rebuilt by McMellen. At 68 ft., it is the second shortest covered bridge in the county.
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