Fleetwood, also called Schlegelschteddel in Deitsch, is a borough in Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 4,085 at the 2010 census. It was home to the Fleetwood Metal Body company, an automobile coachbuilder purchased by Fisher Body and integrated into General Motors in 1931. The name lived on in the Cadillac Fleetwood automobile.
Restaurants in Fleetwood
4 based on 295 reviews
See PA's first show cave. Discovered in 1871, and open to the public shortly thereafter, Crystal Cave has been operating without interruption since that time. The one hour cave tour begins with a video presentation describing the history of Crystal Cave and the formation of caves. Guides take you into the cave and give you both an educational and enjoyable tour. Crystal Cave is known for its abundance of formations in various size and color. Over five million adults and children have been thrilled by this subterranean museum of nature. After your tour you may want to visit our gift and souvenir shop, historical exhibit, authentic Amish Buggy, real Indian Totem Poles, and shaded picnic park all on 150 scenic acres. Other activities open seasonally include miniature golf, panning for gemstones, Ice Cream Parlor, Crystal Cave Cafe, and Museum.
Crystal cave is an amazing place! The drive thru Amish county is Beautiful! At the Cave The Tour guides take you on a informative walk Thru the cave explaining all the different formations and spaces inside the cave! Once you finish your cave tour you can enjoy a picnic lunch or get something to each from the food stand! Enjoy a game of mini golf and check out the Trading post and museum! Pan for rocks using the bags you can buy from the inn shop or try your luck with what is already in the bottom of the waterway!
Lastly don't forget to check out all the cool rocks and goodies in the Shop inside the Inn!
4 based on 139 reviews
Popular with urban skiers from Philadelphia, this area offers 18 trails for skiers and boarders, appealing mostly to novice skill level.
Fee $10 dollars. I paid for myself and two other people. A complete waste. There was one table with garlic. The rest were either nothing interesting, or wine and cheese with crazy lines for tasting. It seems the crowd just go to drink and eat in small amounts, but that justify the expense. So lines were long. Samples not enough. And people who traveled for the "event" were turned away. I was really into trying and buying new things. Ended up trying in a crazy hurry mustard and buying and a sip of two wines and buying, since I didn't want to completely waste the experience. So I paid total 55 dollars for a
Bottle of wine and a bottle of mustard if you add everything. Plus a wasted afternoon. Would not recommend it at all.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
There are lots of vegetable vendors, make sure to walk and look first, the prices are all over the place. Shop for the best price. From art to antiques you can probably find what you want. Lots of what I call yard sale vendors. Fresh baked goods, ice cream, sandwiches and meats are all available and look fresh.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
We didn't realize when we planned our trip the blues festival was the same weekend. There was also an arts and crafts festival at the center. There were lots of different types of art from photography to glass sculptures to jewelry. The glass blowing and pottery demonstrations were great. You can tell they love what they do. We had a great time. I don't think it's a place for young kids but older kids may enjoy it.
5 based on 163 reviews
Lost in the deep woods sheltering the Manatawny and Ironstone Creeks is a mythical secret valley. Though today only white-tailed deer, great blue heron, and bald eagles know the beauty of this legendary land, it was once the province of pioneers and patriots. Their stories can be heard in the soft winds whispering through the tall trees and towering trestles of the Colebrookdale Railroad - a magical, forgotten railway to the heart of this Secret Valley. The "Secret Valley Line" is your ticket to a place and time when iron rails connected a divided people and the heart of the nation pulsed with the potent energy of the steam locomotive. Completed by soldiers home from the Civil War just four months after the Transcontinental Railroad united the East and West, the Colebrookdale is a record of epic engineering and heroic human drama. Eight-point-six miles long and a century-and-a-half back in time, the Secret Valley Line beckons you to experience for yourself the unexpected treasures of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
4.5 stars and rounding up! I decided to take my family on a "polar express" train ride this year but have never done this before so was hesitant given the high cost, the 2 hour drive and not knowing if the kids would be bored sitting in a train the entire time. I'm glad I booked this. The train was nicely done and festive. The kids enjoyed it.
There is a daytime train, a 4pm train and a 7 pm train. We booked the 4pm train which I think gives you the best of both worlds. Sunset today was around 4:30pm. We were able to see the creeks and even a small waterfall outside for part of the train ride and then it was dark for that polar express feeling. It ended early enough for the long drive home too.
Each "cabin class" is different and priced accordingly so you need to make sure you book the one you want. We booked the dining car, which is the only one that serves a full meal (as a yelp elite, would you expect otherwise?).
The dining car was decorated very nicely and the food was surprisingly good. The pre-set dinner included a generous portion of Turkey, ham, sweet potatoes, mash potatoes, stuffing, green beans, a side salad and roll and a small dessert and tea or coffee. My husband and I really liked the food but the kids barely ate anything. My suggestion would be to have a kid-friendly meal option for the kids. It would cut down on wasted food, unnecessary cost to the company and would be more preferable for the kids.
Santa came onboard midway and you had the opportunity to take pictures with the photographer ($10 for the photo).
There is also an outdoor car which is open to all passengers.
All cabin cars receive hot chocolate (half cup) and a cookie. My kids asked for marshmallows but unfortunately, toppings are not an option (suggestion #2....).
The tables in the dining car fit 4 people and all tables were full. If you are not a party of 4, 8, ,12, etc, you will be sitting with strangers. For a family of 5, this is not ideal. The seats are assigned and I had called ahead to have them split us 3 and 2 and confirmed again on the the way there as well. However, the seats that they assigned to us were 4 and 1. My husband ended up sitting by himself, although they did put him in the table behind us so he wasn't far. I noticed this happened to another family too. It wasn't ideal but it worked out ok since my husband didn't mind. Not sure what they could do about this since the cabin car is very narrow but if something could be done, it would be awesome (suggestion #3).
There weren't many activities on the train but in the dining car, we were constantly being served something. And then after dinner, we had our photo op with Santa. I don't know what the non-dining cars did the entire time. I suppose there were some volunteer carolers that walked around some of the cars for entertainment but they aren't a "scheduled act" that's guaranteed to be there. If there were some activities, maybe a funny skit or show, that would make this perfect!
We've been on a Christmas bus ride in Hershey Park where there was an entertaining and funny act as well as interactive caroling. (Suggestion #4).
All in all, this was a fun, festive train ride that we enjoyed, albeit a little pricey, but it's once a year and the kids don't stay little forever, so why not?
5 based on 5 reviews
This is our favorite miniature golf place. We love the $2 Tuesday's in the summer. The grounds and course are well maintained. Then, the ice cream and snack bar finishes off a perfect date!
4.5 based on 105 reviews
Award Winning WInery
One of my many winery stops on Memorial Day weekend for a tasting! The tasting room was on the smaller side, but we snuck a spot at the bar with no problem as it was crowded. There was a live band upstairs that we caught...MoreThanks so much for posting the review, klj913! We're glad you enjoyed the concert - we'll be doing them until the end of September. If you ever get the chance to come up on a weekday, the Tasting Room is a little less crowded then!
4.5 based on 449 reviews
Great local experience in 50 year old AA minor league field. Many activies, food, pool and fire works at the end of Friday night games. An inexpensive family treat.
If you are looking for a fun night with the entire family, look no further! The evening starts with ostriches out front, band playing pregame and the fun never ends. Mascots, between inning fun and constant entertainment. Oh by the way, a baseball game is being played! The best part of the night, however, is the awesome and plentiful assortment of food. You MUST try the French fries! Actually there isn't a bad snack to have. If you are lucky, you'll hit a fireworks evening to finish the day. This is no doubt, the best minor league park in the country. Don't miss this on your visit!
4.5 based on 209 reviews
Art, history, science, and culture all under one roof in Reading, Pa.
Visited the RPM this afternoon to see the Pop Art: Selections from the Weisman Collection exhibition. It was a fantastic display of contemporary works in a wide variety of art media. Definitely something for everyone. The staff were friendly, helpful and accommodating. Beautiful museum grounds....MoreSo glad you were able to see the exhibition! It is a great selection of works and RPM is proud to be able to host! Hope you will make it back again soon!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We loved it here. :) Checked it out last weekend, beautiful weather and was looking to have some fun with our kids, ages 8 and 11. The inside is a castle with fun decor but in and outside. Lots of great games and prices are great. You gets lots of tickets and the prizes are really great too. The outside has a jumping castle-we did not try it out though, mini golf-large and nice course, fun, batting casges-did not try out, smaller and regualr size go karts-saving for next time but courses looked nice. Cute snack bar and seating areas with tv. So clean and nice looking. No chipped paint, food on floor/tables, just really nice and clean. So impressed honeslty. Would go here ten times over before hitting Chuck E Cheese. Bday partuies going on and the prices for them on the flier looked great. Can't wait to go again! :)
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