- TripBuzz discovered 75 different types of activities for couples in the Hazleton area, including Movie Theaters (like Laurel Drive-In), Parks (like Humboldt Industrial Park), Cocktail Lounge (like Golden Cue Lounge) and Bowling (like Chacko's Family Bowling Center), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 45 date ideas in or near Hazleton, Pennsylvania, including 40 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Jim Thorpe, Wilkes-Barre, Bloomsburg and Lake Harmony.
The unusually built Pagoda in Reading is seven stories high, 28 feet wide, 50 feet long, and is the only pagoda in the world with a fireplace and a chimney. Visitors can attend special events in the building or climb to the observation deck on the top floor.
Sky's The Limit Skydiving Center offers tandem skydives and fun jumps, with training provided before each jump. Planes accommodate up to 23 jumpers, and a videographer films your experience. Sky dive certification courses also available.
Founded in 1995, Weyerbacher Brewing Company brews a variety of ales, Belgian-style beers and IPAs. Their Visitors Centre offers samples of all the product, and free guided tours of the brewery are available.
Organizing trips down the Schuylkill River, Reading Rivertribe takes visitors through whitewater rapids and marsh areas for an educational tour of the region. Visitors can kayak, canoe, and tube down the river with an experienced guide.
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Built as a bank in 1873, and later re-designed as a Vaudeville-era theatre, the State Theatre Centre for the Arts is now a performing arts venue running a full season of music and live performances in its 1500-seat theatre.
An ecologically focused community learning center, Nurture Nature Center offers an array of interactive and educational programs that combine science, art, and dialogue. The center also carries out social science research.
First opened in 1971, the Frank Frazetta Museum displays many original art pieces created by the owner. This quaint museum is nestled into the woods and sits next to a small pond surrounded by a few unique statues.