- TripBuzz found 90 things to do with kids in or near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, including 71 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like York, Hershey, Mechanicsburg and Carlisle.
- From State Museum of Pennsylvania to Whitaker Center, the Harrisburg area offers 66 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Parks and Historic Buildings.
- Situated on the east bank of the Susquehanna River is Pennsylvania's capital city, Harrisburg. The city plays host to the annual Pennsylvania Farm show, the largest indoor agricultural show in the US that is also free to the public. Rated by Forbes in 2010 as the 'Second best city to raise a family', residents enjoy the cities widespread cultural activities.
Bumble Bee Hollow Golf Center Harrisburg / Lancaster MoreLess Info
This challenging mini-golf course mimics the contours of real greens and features beautiful landscaping and water features
Featuring 40 lanes, Trindle Bowling Center provides bowling for individuals, leagues and private events. The center offers a cafe with food, drinks and ice cream, an arcade with redemption games and a pro shop.
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The Harrisburg Christian Performing Arts Center is a multi-faceted community arts and teaching venue designed to train theater artists alongside the Youth for Christ program. Theater education is offered for both music and dance, and Broadway plays are featured.
Adventure Park is an entirely accessible play site for children regardless of their abilities. Features of the park include the central Adventure Zone Playground, volleyball courts, a fitness trail, and snow tubing hills in the winter.
Twin Ponds West is a large indoor sports facility that offers fields for soccer, lacrosse, baseball and field hockey. The biggest section of the facility is an indoor ice skating rink that can be used for general skating or ice hockey.
As the oldest tennis club in the Harrisburg area, West Shore Tennis Club has been satisfying many tennis enthusiasts for years. Facilities include 3 indoor plexi-paved courts with great lighting, a spectacle lounge, and standard locker room amenities.
Five historic buildings have been restored and preserved for the Mechanicsburg Museum. Visitors can access the Stationmaster's House build in 1866, the 1801 Frankenberger Tavern, and the 1899 Washington Street Station along with a model railroad exhibit.