Schnecksville is a census-designated place (CDP) in North Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Schnecksville is a suburb of Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley region of the state.
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4.5 based on 562 reviews
Everyone has to come to this stadium for a fun day with the family. There is a really good variety of food and drink that you can purchase. The prices are more than affordable. If you are going to a day game, make sure to put on the suntan lotion. You are very exposed to the sun, that would be the only bad thing I could say about this field. There is a cozy "Beer Garden" where you can have a adult beverage away from the crowd.
4 based on 238 reviews
Lehigh Valley Zoo is home to approximately 300 animal ambassadors representing 104 species, 36 of which are classified as endangered, threatened, or species of concern.
Oct 2017: Wanted someplace to go and we fount this place on the "local places to go" Leigh Valley Website. The GPS dropped us by the service gate. Another half mile drive to the real entrance. It's off Rt 309, our GPS again took the nice scenic route. Seniors are $12 (65), and you can buy tokens at the front gate only, due to the season. Two other places/shops are closed since it's basically empty on this week day. Lots of little tykes and carriages as well as hill's and hills. So you will get your exercise today. Two large play areas half way around w/bathrooms, food and picnic by the entrance. Feeding areas are paid for, the one bird cage is $2 cash, most take the tokens you must pre buy. Picnic tables abound in the park. The otter area was very active, many animals were just hanging around their boxes. At this time they are setting up lots and lots if lights for their Nov to New Years program. Food prices are good, water/soda $2, burgers and dogs $3.00-2.50. And many more items. Gift shop, not bad prices, some items are "eco" so the prices reflect that. A large penguin or otter will set you back $30. Smalls are $10-15. All in various colors! Two HC parking areas in the large lots. Winter rates Nov Dec, check website.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
It takes us about an hour to get to this drive in but it is definitely worth the trip! It is a very nice drive in. Nice snack bar. Friendly smiling employees. Clean bathrooms. We always have fun even if the movie ends up only being so-so. I have recommended it to many of my friends and they all enjoy it as well.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
We stayed at Glasbern inn and had a great time. Within 10 min we were at Vynecrest for a wine tasting
Nice room, also has a downstairs area. Friendly service, reasonable price on tasting and they don't mind giving you s little more
The mulled wines were quite good, almost like desserr
4.5 based on 48 reviews
This is an updated classic Drive In Movie! 4 movies showing on 2 large screens. Great way to spend a fun night enjoying 2 first run movies. Take your own snacks or buy goodies at the snack bar. Sit outside or in your car. Great place to go!
5 based on 12 reviews
Went with three buddies. First time at this facility. 16 shooting platforms. Take a cart or walk. Beginners and intermediate / advanced. Rent or bring your own shotgun. Instruction available. Range officers throughout. Three way stations for water. Nice touch. Bring your own lunch. Lunch truck available. Inside coffee for donation. Hot dogs on the cheap. Plenty of tables inside and out. Gift shop.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
We walked on about 1.5 miles or 3 miles round trip, because it was getting dark. Beautiful scenery, nice paved trail with some.historical.markers and info. This trail is part of a larger circuit that goes to New Jersey. The section we were on meandered along the river. It wasn't very visible but you could hear it.
5 based on 25 reviews
The Roxy Theatre in Northampton, Pa. is great! A MUST SEE for Theatre buffs!
The theatre has been in the hands of Richard Wolfe for decades. He is an authority on old theatres from all over the country. His knowledge of silent and vaudville theatres is like an encyclopedia. Ask him a question about an old theatre, and he will have an answer for you!
He has transformed the theatre, which opened in 1921, back to the look of the day from the Deco period of design of the 30's. He installed new seating reminiscent of the period, as well as restoring the original deco interior painting on the walls and ceiling, reproduction Deco carpeting, Deco candy stand, and even replaced the long gone theatre pipe organ!
As you drive down the street at night you will see the original huge lighted marquee with the big flashing and twirling lights reading "Roxy", just as they did for 80+ years!
It is so nice to go in, sit down and be amazed. No glaring white screen hanging in front of you as in modern box theatres. The house has the original stage and when entering, you are greeted by the sight of colored footlights lighting the gold brocade curtain covering the screen. The performance is about to begin and the lights slowly dim, the footlights change color, the sound comes up and the curtains open to reveal the show of the night!
It's truely a venture into the past and not to be missed if you are in the N.E. Pa. area of the Lehigh Valley.
Look it up on the computer for pictures and the complete history.
See you at the movies!!!
4.5 based on 300 reviews
My husband and I took our adult children and our grandchildren to America on Wheels Museum during the Christmas school break. What a delightful experience. Everyone was so kind to the children (ages 14 to 6). In addition to the cars, we really enjoyed the multiple train displays. For the largest display, there was a scavenger hunt for the children to find fun objects on the display. When they were done, each received a candy cane and small gift. Smiles all around. Additionally, at 12:30 PM, there was a performance in the 'diner' room. In addition to a guitarist singing songs about different transportation vehicles, there were activities for the children to do. The most favorite was decorating an upside down sugar cone into a Christmas tree. Decorate now; eat later. So, take your children. It's great.
5 based on 44 reviews
Whether you're a beer, spirits or a wine lover we have the perfect day planned for you. Enjoy a carefree day while touring some of the finest wineries, distilleries, breweries and brew pubs Lehigh/Berks Counties and the surrounding area have to offer. Let us do the driving so you can sit back, relax and take in the scenic charm of this historic area. Our special partnerships with the wineries, distilleries and breweries will provide you with affordable, all inclusive tastings and discounts not normally offered to the general public.
Our group of 7 traveled to 3 different wineries; Clover Field, Vynecrest, and Folino's. They were beyond exceptional! Our tour guide Rich was absolutely fantastic and very knowledgeable. He was so friendly and helpful! From the very first time I contacted Rich to the end of our day he was extremely helpful, answered emails and questions in a quick, friendly manner. During our day Rich took many photos and made our day one of the best! I would highly recommend hiring Tasting & Tours for your special outing, without question. We all already want to schedule another tour with Rich! Rich, I cannot thank you enough for your generosity and exceptional tour. We will definitely be touring with them again!
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