Attractions & Activities in Dutch Country Roads PA

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  • 125 Lightner Rd. York, PA 17404-1612
    717-846-3292
    Test your putting skills and enjoy an old-fashioned game of miniature golf located just north of the City of York.
  • Waterworks Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325
    717-334-6274
    Sachs Bridge, also called Sauck's Bridge, spans Marsh Creek at 100 feet long. The bridge is owned by the Gettysburg Preservation Association and is open to pedestrians only.
  • 1701 West Main Street Ephrata, PA 17517
    A newcomer to the Central PA brewery scene, St. Boniface Craft Brewing Co. has quickly made a name for itself as a hub of great food, great music, and of course, great beer. A cozy establishment...
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  • Route 50037 Saville, PA 17074
    717-231-7788
    Built in 1903, Saville Bridge crosses Big Buffalo Creek.
  • Auction Rd. Manheim, PA 17545
    717-299-8901
    Built in 1855, Schenck's Mill Bridge has a low Burr arch and horizontal clapboard siding.
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  • 825 Martin Ave. Ephrata, PA 17522-1642
    717-733-1027
    This museusm features three antique cars and 130 rare children's pedal cars. A world-renowned collection.
  • 885 Georges Ct. Glen Rock, PA 17327-9196
    717-235-6281
    A visit to the gentle rolling hills of southern Pennsylvania isn't complete without a visit to Seven Valleys Vineyard and Winery. Tucked away on a quiet and serene hillside just outside Shrewsbury,...
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  • Route 2024 Oriental, PA 17045
    717-248-6713
    The Sheaffer Covered Bridge was built in 1907. It is 91 feet long and crosses Mahatango Creek
  • Adele Ave. Manheim, PA 17545
    717-299-8901
    This bridge was originally built in 1847, then rebuilt nine years later by Jacob Clare following extensive flood damage. Scheduled to be replaced with a concrete bridge in 1970, local residents...
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  • EAST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP Manheim, PA 17545
    717-299-8901
    Originally built in 1847, Shenck's Mill Covered Bridge was rebuilt in 1855 $837 after extensive flood damage. It is the 3rd oldest bridge in the county still open to traffic. Shenck is spelled...
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