- The list below includes 116 free or cheap things to do in or near Hershey, Pennsylvania, including 75 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Music Venue, Movie Theaters and Breweries.
- From Hershey Gardens to Troegs Brewing Company, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hershey and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Harrisburg, York, Mechanicsburg and Lancaster.
Welcome to Blinkin Park (Linkin Park and Blink-182 with Machine Gun Kelly) Allentown / Reading MoreLess Info
Grammy-winning rock giants Linkin Park and punk-pop veterans Blink-182 support their latest albums; rapper Machine Gun Kelly opens
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5th & Walnut at the Forum, Harrisburg, PA MoreLess Info
Conducted by Stuart Malina, who approaches performances with a flair for showmanship, the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra presents a diverse array of musical performances, including a pops series. Most shows conclude with a question and answer session with the maestro.
The oldest continuously operating market house in the US, Broad Street Market, founded in 1860, features both organic vegetables, meat and baked goods, and a seperate building for prepared food including sandwiches and a variety of international cuisine.
Wildwood Park & Lake Sanctuary includes a lake, nature center, several miles of nature trails and all kinds of plants and wildlife. They also host multiple special events every week that are both fun and educational.
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Harrisburg Park, 3rd St & Division Street, Harrisburg, PA 17130 MoreLess Info
With a lighted walking path surrounding the lake, Italian Lake provides scenic views of the water and a place to watch the sunset. The lake is inhabited by ducks and geese; and is landscaped with shrubs, flowers, and trees.
250 Reily St, Harrisburg, PA 17102 MoreLess Info
Opened in 2001, the Midtown Cinema was founded by Todd Shill and Allen Brown as a way to increase community engagement in downtown Harrisburg. The tradition started by the founders continues at the theater which screens foreign and independent films.
Beginning at the Walnut Street Bridge, the River Front Park trail in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania descends to the path's River Walk pathway. Toward the end of the 2.5 mile walk, the trail ascends and makes a loop back to the bridge.
Situated on an actual island in the middle of the river, the City Island Railroad & Carousel are attractions within the park on the island. The railroad is a small child-friendly train that slowly runs through the area, and the classic carousel is adjacent to the train.
Originally built as a fort on the bend of the river to provide protection during the French Indian Wars, Fort Hunter became an early community with a self-sufficient farm. Today, visitors can tour the restored mansion, and enjoy the wildlife in the area.
Established in 2003, the B2B Baseball & Softball Academy is an academy aimed at improving the skills of local baseball and softball players. The academy offers private instruction, summer camps, numerous clinics, and many other services for its players.