Home of the Hershey Chocolate Company, Hershey, PA is famously known as “Chocolatetown, USA” as well as “The Sweetest Place on Earth.” Once just a small community, this unique town has grown into a busy tourist attraction for chocolate lovers from all over the world. Don’t miss these three attractions when you make your trip to this “sweet” destination!
Hersheypark: Built in 1906, Hersheypark is a family theme park situated in Hershey, PA. It was first opened as a park for sports, games, and music but soon evolved into the amusement park we know today, with thrilling rollercoasters and exciting waterslides. There’s a ride, game, or attraction for every member of the family!
Hershey's Chocolate World: Here, you can take a free tour to see how Hershey’s chocolate is made. Make your own chocolate bar from start to finish. Take a trolley ride through the historic town, or take part in the chocolate tasting experience. Satisfy your sweet tooth in the gift shop, and learn all about the company that is built on chocolate!
Hershey Gardens: In 1937, at Milton Hershey’s request to “create a nice garden of roses,” Hershey Gardens was opened. The 3 ½-acre rose garden has grown into a 23-acre botanical beauty since then! It is home to eleven themed gardens as well as a butterfly atrium and conservatory. Children and adults alike can appreciate the beauty of the grounds and take time to smell the roses.
Hershey, Pennsylvania is nothing short of exciting but also offers some scenic attractions. It is a unique destination that is sure to leave you impressed!