- TripBuzz found 118 things to do with kids in or near Manheim, Pennsylvania, including 110 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lancaster, York, Hershey and Lititz.
- From Spooky Nook Sports to Caddy Shack Mini Golf, the Manheim area offers 84 different types of family activities, including: Mini Golf, Farms & Ranches, Amusement Parks (All Ages) and Bowling.
- The city of Manheim is located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and maintains a relatively large population of just fewer than 5,000. These residents live within the less than two square mile area, enjoying in the various attractions and shows that the city has to offer, from the famous Manheim Auto Auction to the oldest family run country market.
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5 West King Street, Lancaster, PA 17603 MoreLess Info
The Heritage Center Museum of Lancaster County collects, preserves, and then interprets the history of Lancaster County through its permanent collection and annual exhibitions. The site also serves as the Lancaster Quilt and Textile Museum with locally crafted decorative arts.
A 16-screen movie theater, Regal Manor Stadium 16 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers self-service and mobile ticketing, stadium seating, reserved seats, reclining chairs, a game room and a cafe.
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514 Poplar St., Columbia, PA 17512 MoreLess Info
With exhibits comprising over 12 000 items, the National Watch & Clock Museum is North America's largest collection of timepieces. The exhibition galleries house numerous exhibits, with a special focus on 19th Century American clocks and watches.
The Turkey Hill Experience is a self-guided, interactive activity that provides opportunities to engage with ice cream making and the dairy process. Milk a mechanical cow, design a virtual ice cream flavor, and bring it to life in the Taste Lab.
Built of brick and covered in ivy is Columbia's beautiful Wright's Ferry Mansion. The mansion stands as a reminder of the settlement in the area by the English Quakers and houses the sophisticated and delicate 1738 artifacts and items of the original owner, Susanna Wright.
The Ephrata Recreation Center is a fitness center that includes facilities such as a pool, a gymnasium, a game room, and a sauna. The fitness center has an aerobics room, a cardiovascular room, and a free weight section.
Choose from three tours with AAA Buggy Rides, and spend 35 – 60 minutes experiencing the area's backroads with your tour guide. Departing from Kitchen Kettle Village, certain rides visit a covered bridge, and an Amish farmhouse, where buggy riders can tour the working facility.
Situated next to the Susquehanna River, Chiques Rock Outfitters has canoes, kayaks, and bikes available for rent. The rentals include paddles, life vests, and a basic training session before visitors can head out on the water.