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Tourist Attractions
Alphabetical directory; please purchase a PDF version of the list as it appeared in the paper if you wish to see a ranked list
Rank
Name
Website
Phone
Headquarters
Year established locally
Services provided
1
Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley
www.allentownartmuseum.org
610-432-4333
Allentown
1934
Educational programs and learning opportunities for children, adults and families
2
Amazing Jim Thorpe, PA
www.jimthorpe.org
570-325-5810
888-546-8467
Jim Thorpe
1983
Marketing organization for tourist-driven local economy, Web-centric extra-regional marketing as well as localized advertising, business resource for local member businesses
3
ArtsQuest Center
www.artsquest.org
610-297-7142
Bethlehem
2011
Presents Musikfest, Christkindlmarkt Bethlehem and a variety of special events and festivals at the Banana Factory, ArtsQuest Center and SteelStacks arts and cultural campus
4
Blue Mountain Ski Area
www.skibluemt.com
610-826-7700
877-754-2583
Palmerton
1974
Ski resort featuring 39 slopes and five terrain parks, summer services include three disc golf courses with the Slopeside Pub and Grill, the Pennsylvania Blues Festival and the Spartan race
5
C.F. Martin Guitar & Co. Inc.
www.martinguitar.com
610-759-2837
Nazareth
1833
Manufactures handcrafted acoustic guitars as well as guitar strings and ukuleles
6
Celtic Classic Highland Games & Festival
www.celticfest.org
610-868-9599
Bethlehem
1988
Preserving and promoting the Celtic heritage through education, musical presentations and traditional competitions in athletics, piping and dance
7
Crystal Cave
www.crystalcavepa.com
610-683-6765
Kutztown
1871
Cave tour, souvenir shops, panning for gemstones, miniature golf, ice cream parlor, Crystal Cave Cafe, museum and picnic facilities
8
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom
www.dorneypark.com
610-395-3724
Sandusky, Ohio
1884
Amusement park with roller coasters, Planet Snoopy, family rides, Wildwater Kingdom, live entertainment and dining
9
Dutch Springs
www.dutchsprings.com
610-759-2270
Bethlehem
1979
Scuba diving, aqua park, team development for corporate and youth
10
Kutztown Folk Festival
www.kuztownfestival.com
610-683-1597
888-674-6136
Kutztown
1948
Pennsylvania Dutch folklife festival
11
Lehigh Valley Grand Prix
www.lehighvalleygrandprix.com
610-432-7223
Allentown
2007
Indoor go-kart track, bar and grill
12
Lehigh Valley IronPigs
www.ironpigsbaseball.com
610-841-7447
Allentown
2008
Minor league baseball (Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies)
13
Lehigh Valley Zoo
www.lvzoo.org
610-799-4171
Schnecksville
1906
Home to more than 275 animals representing 70 species from African penguin to zebra
14
Lost River Caverns
www.lostcave.com
610-838-8767
888-529-1907
Hellertown
1930
Guided tours of underground, natural limestone caverns
15
Mayfair Inc.
www.mayfairfestival.org
610-437-6900
Allentown
1987
Arts festivals/events
16
Motorcycle Extravaganza Inc.
www.motorcycleextravaganza.com
732-295-2953
Point Pleasant, N.J.
2011
Bike shows and tattoo contests, face painting, clowns, and other live entertainment. Upcoming shows: September 22-23 at Split Rock Resort, December 8-9 at Allentown Fairgrounds
17
Moyer Aviation Inc.
www.moyeraviation.com
DNR
800-321-5890
Easton
1981
Air tours, charter flights, flight training, aircraft maintenance and sales
18
National Canal Museum in Hugh Moore Historical Park
www.canals.org
610-991-0503
Easton
1972
Family-friendly learning experience with its mule-drawn canal boat ride and hands-on exhibits. Visitors learn how Pennsylvania's coal-carrying canals led to the Lehigh Valley's nationally-significant role in America's Industrial Revolution.
19
No. 9 Mine & Museum
www.no9mine.com
570-645-7074
Lansford
1992
World's oldest continuously operated anthracite coal mine
20
Old Jail Museum
www.theoldjailmuseum.com
570-325-5259
Jim Thorpe
1995
Tours May through October
21
Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival
www.pashakespeare.org
610-282-9455
Center Valley
1991
Summer season of Shakespeare, classics, musicals and children's theater featuring 150-plus artists, including winners and nominees of the Tony, Obie, Emmy, Drama Desk and other awards
22
Pinnacle Ridge Winery
www.pinridge.com
610-756-4481
Kutztown
1993
Sparkling wine and champagne
23
Pocono Whitewater Rafting
www.whitewaterrafting.com
570-325-3656
Jim Thorpe
1974
Whitewater rafting on the Lehigh River, special event catering
24
Reading Phillies
www.readingphillies.com
610-375-8469
Reading
1967
Minor league baseball (Double-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies)
25
Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem
www.pasands.com
877-726-3777
Las Vegas
2009
Casino resort with a hotel and event center with live entertainment
26
Skirmish Paintball
www.skirmish.com
800-754-7647
Jim Thorpe
1984
Paintball facility
27
Tastings and Tours
www.tastingsandtours.com
484-695-6465
Bucks County
2009
Enjoy a carefree day while tasting and touring some of the finest wineries, breweries and brew pubs. Let us do the driving so you can sit back, relax and take in the scenery and enjoy sampling at wineries and breweries with no worries! Our special partnerships will provide you with guided all inclusive, private VIP tastings (some wineries pair the tastings with local chocolates and cheeses) not normally offered to the general public
28
The Bach Choir of Bethlehem
www.bach.org
610-866-4382
888-743-3100
Bethlehem
1898
Performs the works of Johann Sebastian Bach to promote and encourage appreciation of the aesthetic and spiritual value of Bach's music through education and performance
29
The Crayola Experience
www.crayolaexperience.com
610-515-8000
866-875-5263
Easton
1885
More than a dozen hands-on activities, as well as experiencing how crayons and markers are made
30
The Da Vinci Discovery Center of Science and Technology
www.davincisciencecenter.org
484-664-1002
Allentown
1992
Exhibit floor experiences and visitor programs for all ages, including integrated programs relating to special exhibit experiences and public initiatives, field trip experiences
31
The Jim Thorpe eXperience
www.thejtx.com
484-225-1209
Jim Thorpe
2009
Guided historic adventure tours in/around Jim Thorpe, PA. Hiking, biking, kayak and snowshoe tours with local history and culture along the way, plus historic walking tours of the Victorian town
32
Vynecrest Vineyards & Winery
www.vynecrest.com
610-398-7525
800-361-0725
Breinigsville
1974
Family-owned winery with award-winning wines
 
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