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- We discovered a total of 135 date ideas in or near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, including 107 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like York, Columbia, Manheim and Ephrata.
Located on 33 acres of land, the Gring's Mill Rec Area is a park featuring a number of facilities for its guests to enjoy. An amphitheater, volleyball court, and walking trail are among the amenities at the park.
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201 Washington Street, Reading, PA 19601 MoreLess Info
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is a community art and cultural resource center with teaching artists that come to the facility for a few months. The center has a glass shop, ceramics shop, wood studio, digital arts lab, photo studio lab, and a jewelry studio.
Reading Movies Eleven Imax is a movie theater that features stadium seating with rocking chairs, wall-to-wall curved screens, Dolby Surround 7.1, and 3D digital projection. The theater also has free 3-hour parking and a game room.
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1000 S Eisenhower Blvd, Middletown, PA 17057 MoreLess Info
The Harrisburg Christian Performing Arts Center is a multi-faceted community arts and teaching venue designed to train theater artists alongside the Youth for Christ program. Theater education is offered for both music and dance, and Broadway plays are featured.
50% 6 votes
136 North 6Th Street, Reading, PA 19601 MoreLess Info
Sovereign Performing Arts Center hosts a variety of live entertainment events and serves as the home for the Reading Symphony Orchestra and Broadway on 6th Street series. The center originally opened in the 1870s as a market and Masonic Temple.
Classic shows, independent works, and Broadway-style musicals are featured at the Genesius Theatre. Along with popular touring shows with a professional cast, the theater encourages local community auditions for select performances.
The unusually built Pagoda in Reading is seven stories high, 28 feet wide, 50 feet long, and is the only pagoda in the world with a fireplace and a chimney. Visitors can attend special events in the building or climb to the observation deck on the top floor.