- Our list of the best things to do in Allentown, Pennsylvania, features the top 135 nearby activities — including 45 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Allentown, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 29 things to do within the city of Allentown, PA , followed by 106 popular activities in nearby cities, including Bethlehem, Easton, Jim Thorpe, Quakertown, Kutztown, Phillipsburg, Macungie, Frenchtown, Doylestown, Reading, Farmington and Pittstown
As a part of Rutgers University, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts features the work of local and international artists in its art gallery. At the Stedman Gallery Stage, visitors can watch poetry, book readings, films, and other arts performances.
Accredited by the American Zoological and Aquarium Association, the Adventure Aquarium is a massive attraction that features numerous exhibits, meetings with biologists, and even the only display of Great Hammerhead sharks in the United States. There are also hands-on exhibits within seven touch areas.
Children and families are both welcome at the Camden Children's Garden that encourages knowledge of the natural world. The four-acre horticulture garden provides experiences for imaginative play and creative learning.
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Marlborough Valley Corn Maize features a corn maze, hay rides, hay bales to jump around on, a corn box and corn shooter. They also provide farm animals for petting and feeding and offer a haunted hay ride at night.
The mission of the South Jersey Performing Arts Center is to ensure that students are given the opportunity to explore the world of dance and music in a positive environment. The school provides ballet, tap, and hip hop dance lessons.
The tours on the Battleship New Jersey try to be very interactive. Guests to the historical ship are able to walk along the passageways, tight spaces, and main deck with the ability to also visit the deep interior that involves climbing some of the ship's ladders.