- Our list of the best things to do in Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania, features the top 93 nearby activities — including 30 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Lake Harmony, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Lake Harmony, PA , followed by 86 popular activities in nearby cities, including Jim Thorpe, Scranton, Stroudsburg, Wilkes-Barre, East Stroudsburg, Hazleton, Tannersville and Albrightsville
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225 Market Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815 MoreLess Info
Columbia County Historical & Genealogical Society stands to preserve the history and founding of Columbia County and the cities that lie within. The society offers an extensive reference library for those seeking documents, deeds, family histories, vintage photos and more.
Founded in 1989, the Shade Mountain Winery is a family-owned and operated winery focusing on the production of a variety of different wines. The winery produces 30,000 gallons of wine per year and offers wine sampling to those who visit.
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Waterway Court, Ste 707, Quakertown, PA 18951 MoreLess Info
Teaching basic basketball shooting skills, Pennsylvania Basketball Shooting Academy offers a development program for children of all skill levels. The coaches aim to help their students build muscle memory through repetition and focus.
Conveniently located in Upper Bucks County since 1932, Quakertown Farmers Market has become a tradition in shopping. It offers more than 150 Farmers Market Departments, 120 Indoor Flea Market Vendors, 450 Outdoor Flea Market Vendors, and walk-in Bingo.
Improv, classic Shakespeare, and holiday productions are just a few of the entertaining pieces that make up the Pax Amicus Castle Theatre puzzle. The theatre is a not-for-profit cultural educational center that supports local talent and the community.
A dinner theater establishment that has been around for more than three decades, the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse sits on a country estate with 90 acres of grounds. The playhouse presents a variety of shows, and serves an array of food.
The industrial heritage of the Red Mill Museum Village area is put on display for visitors. Most of the history focuses on both the Red Mill itself and the Mulligan Quarry, and special events are held throughout the year including the seasonal Festival of Trees.