- 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!
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There are good times and great fun to be found at Kreutz Creek Winery. Along with are array of wines to sample, they also encourage you to bring your pooch in on Thursdays and receive $2 off each bottle of wine.
Devoted to protecting the Brandywine watershed's natural and cultural resources, Brandywine Conservancy the has fought to protect nearly 60000 acres of local land. The conservancy runs several community outreach and environmental education programs.
Elkton Indoor Tennis is an indoor tennis facility that features 5 lighted tennis courts, a fully stocked pro shop, and a cold snack bar. The facility offers a membership program and also holds clinics for adults and children.
Explore the scenic beauty of the Chester Creek Valley when you take a nostalgic, 90-minute train trip aboard the West Chester Railroad. Choose from a variety of tour options and themed trips, then you and your family can sit back and enjoy the ride.
Iron Hill Park covers 335 acres and it has among others picnic areas, playgrounds, disc-golf courses and a pavilion which can be rented for special occasions. Two special dog exercises areas are also inside the park. An archeological museum is also in the premises.
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Featuring various terrain, Iron Hill Dog Park offers a scenic place for dog owners and their pets to enjoy the great outdoors. The park offers two separate fenced in play areas for large and small breeds respectively.
Preserving historical information on the Iron Hill region, Iron Hill Museum offers events, educational programs, day camps and exhibits. Exhibits include a taxidermy collection, prehistoric sea life, glowing rock room and iron mining, among others.