- Our list of the best things to do in Columbia, Pennsylvania, features the top 184 nearby activities — including 74 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Columbia, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Columbia, PA , followed by 173 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lancaster, Hershey, York, Lititz, Strasburg, Ephrata, Manheim, Ronks, Middletown, Bird in Hand, Intercourse, Harrisburg, Thomasville and Mechanicsburg
Established in 1997, Waltz Vineyards grows grapes on their sixth-generation farm. Featuring a Tuscan-inspired tasting room, guests can choose from a list of 20 Vinifera wines served with artisan cheeses and chocolates.
Specializing in dry wines, Thorn Hill Wine Tasting Store offers visitors a tasting room where they can sample the wines and learn about how they were made. The store hosts events where local chefs create food pairings with the wines.
Featuring 12 lanes of traditional bowling, Cain's Lanes provides bowling for individuals, leagues and private events. The center offers glow bowling, automatic bumpers, food, drinks and Mad Games for an alternative bowling experience.
Since 1852, the Fulton Theatre has brought performances to Lancaster. The theatre has several special nights including Asides lecture series, Pay-What-You-Want Performances, Thirsty for History Performances, Wine and Theatre Night Performances, and Teen Lounge Performances.
One of the few resident puppet theatre companies in America, the Hole in The Wall Puppet Theatre offers a unique entertainment experience. The theatre presents like puppet shows that are wholesome and enchanting for the whole family.
Caddy Shack Mini Golf is a family owned and operated miniature golf course and restaurant. The course is challenging, designed with traditional obstacles such as the water wheel and swinging bridges, and is fun for all ages.
With the grounds decorated with flowers, Caddy Shack has an extensive, 20-hole miniature golf course for its guests. The concession stand serves ice cream, fries, and roasted chicken. Visitors can also see rabbits and ducks near the course.
The history of Central Market dates back to 1730 when Andrew and James Hamilton laid out the original town. The market moved to its present location in 1757, and the building was constructed in 1889, and still serves as one of the country's largest farmer's markets.