- Our list of the best things to do in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, features the top 152 nearby activities — including 56 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ephrata, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Ephrata, PA , followed by 141 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lancaster, Reading, Lititz, Strasburg, Columbia, Manheim, Ronks, Bird in Hand, Intercourse, Hershey, Adamstown and Fort Madison
Battery Park covers 25 acres and has plenty of playgrounds, picnic areas, basketball courts and more. Castle Clinton, built before the 1812 war, had more than 4 million visitors in 2009 – according to the National Park Service this was the most visited park in America.
The historic New Castle Court House, now a museum and state landmark, was the original capitol building of the State of Delaware. It is now filled with artifacts and media related to Delaware's role as one of the thirteen original states.
New Castle's Old Dutch House is Delaware's most important repository of Colonial-area furniture and domestic items. It features fine hand-crafted pewter dinnerware, hand-carved wooden furniture, delicate textiles and immaculately-preserved antique carpeting.
With beautiful and stunning architecture, the Old Library Museum offers an interesting collection of items commemorating the history of the New Castle community. This includes clothing, furnishings and special items that represent African Americans.
Operating since 1957, Hanover Bowling Centre Inc features 40 lanes of bowling including open bowling, tournaments, leagues and lessons. It has a restaurant and lounge, pool tables, a snack bar and arcade games.
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Preserving a one room schoolhouse, Richland Historical Society provides visitors with an inside glimpse of school life in the 19th century. Visitors can call the society to reserve a group tour of the school house with a guide.