- Our list of the best things to do in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, features the top 260 nearby activities — including 110 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Established in 2003, the B2B Baseball & Softball Academy is an academy aimed at improving the skills of local baseball and softball players. The academy offers private instruction, summer camps, numerous clinics, and many other services for its players.
People can take a tour of the 1861 Samuel Sloan designed home of railroad magnate and Lehigh University founder Asa Packer. At the Asa Packer Mansion, people can see the only working model of an 1905 Model D Grand Welte Cottage Orchestration known to exist in the United States.
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34 Susquehanna Street, Jim Thorpe, PA 18229 MoreLess Info
Blue Mountain Sports and Wear offers Lehigh Gorge, and Switchback Trails bike trips, and Lehigh River kayaking trips. The company also offers kayak, canoe, rowboat, and bike rental, along with shuttle service to popular area attractions.
Visitors can step aboard a 1920s narrow gauge diesel train for a one hour round trip over the Lehigh River Gorge. Passengers can choose between standard coach cars, open air cars, or first class cars aboard the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway.
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705 Graystone Road, Manheim, PA 17545 MoreLess Info
Beginning as a poultry auction in 1925, Root's Country Market & Auction, has grown into the oldest, family-operated country market in Lancaster Country. Offering fresh foods, baked goods, meats and Poultry auctions, and crafts, you can find it at Root's.
A family-owned and operated craft winery, Big Creek Vineyard makes a variety of wines, including reds, whites, roses, and fruit wines. The winery welcomes visitors, and offers tastings in its storefront, the Jim Thorpe Shoppe.
Featuring 12 lanes of traditional bowling, Cain's Lanes provides bowling for individuals, leagues and private events. The center offers glow bowling, automatic bumpers, food, drinks and Mad Games for an alternative bowling experience.