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Hershey park was opened in 1907 as a leisure park for the employees of the Hershey Chocolate Company, an American confectionery company. Later, the company decided to open the park to the public. Today, the park's area covers over 110 acres luding over 60 rides and attractions.
Hershey park is the best family amusement park, or so voters say. The rides, attractions, and games are a lot of fun and designed specifically for families. This theme park has more than 60 rides from roller coasters to family rides and kid rides to water rides. Hershey park opens for a few days in May and September and is open full time in June, July and August. The price for Hershey park also ludes Zoo America entrance, so keep that in mind. Fun times to visit the park lude October for Halloween thrills and December for the Christmas Candy lane.
Other fun activities in Chocolate Town USA lude the Hotel Hershey where anyone will enjoy the spa and kids have their own club. Zoo America is close by and is a decent sized zoo that can be easily walked through and enjoyed. The Hershey's Chocolate World is also a cool place to visit and kids can even pack their very own Hershey's kisses. Seeing how the chocolate is made and packaged is really a lot of fun and educational.
Packed with 11 thrilling coasters, 20+ rides for kids, live entertainment, and nine water-play attractions, Hershey park is too much happy for just one day!
Fueled by an astonishing record of philanthropy by chocolate pioneer Milton S. Hershey, the town of Hershey experienced rapid growth during much of the Great Depression and the decades leading up to it. In that time, Hershey built -- among other things -- comfortable homes for his factory's employees, a system of inexpensive public transportation, a quality public school system, an amusement park that became a major attraction, the historic Hotel Hershey, a community center, a theater, a sports arena and stadium and a school for orphaned boys. The charitable foundation he established in his name just a decade before his death in 1945 has provided support to organizations like the Hershey Museum and Gardens, the Pennsylvania State University, the local Derry Township School District, and more. Come see the town where this remarkable man built his legacy. This town is the Sweetest Place on Earth!
Web Address: www.Hersheypa.com
100 W. Hershey Park Dr
HERSHEY, PA 17033
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