- TripBuzz found 67 things to do with kids in or near Reading, Pennsylvania, including 52 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lititz, Pottstown, Ephrata and Macungie.
- From Reading Phillies to Gasser's Golf Driving Range & Miniature Golf, the Reading area offers 96 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Arcades, Bowling and Mini Golf.
- Located in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Reading is home to several colleges and universities including Albright College (a private institution of the United Methodist Church) and Alvernia University (part of the Roman Catholic Church). Several cultural sites and attractions are also a part of the Reading community. This includes a symphony orchestra, air museum and performing arts center.
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Latin-American bakery fills bellies with giant completa or Cuban sandwiches, guava pastelitos, tres leches cake, and Puerto Rican bread
A minor league baseball club, the Reading Fightin Phils are a Double-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. The club plays in the Eastern League at FirstEnergy Stadium which provides seating for 9,000, a picnic area and a food court.
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Gasser's Golf Driving Range & Miniature Golf offers soft serve and hand dipped ice cream in addition to their mini golf course and driving range. Their snack bar menu also includes hot dogs, burgers and nachos.
Stonecliffe Skate Park offers a facility for skaters and bikers with skates that include in-line skates, skateboards and scooters. The park also features Quarter Pipes, Three-sided Pyramid, Double Pump Hump, Grind Box with angled edge and Skate Table.
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.
The Reading Public Museum features over 700 paintings, 25,000 natural history specimens, 30,000 historical objects with objects being donated from around the world. The museum also has a planetarium and a 25-acre arboretum.
At the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, visitors can see many vintage aircraft including a 1928 Elias EC-1 Aircoupe, a 1929 Brunner-Winkle Bird 'A', and a 1931 American Eagle Eaglet. The museum also hosts a World War II reenactment, gives rides on a World War II trainer plane, and sells vintage aircraft.