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  • 1214 Main Street Blue Ball, PA 17506
    717-354-5555
    Blue Ball Lanes - "Your Family Fun Destination"...
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  • PO Box 36 Geigertown, PA 19523-0036
    610-286-0388
    The Hay Creek Valley Historical Association preserves the heritage of Berks County's agricultural and technological past. The association sponsors several festivals and other special events...
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  • 1940 Main Street Narvon, PA 17555
    717-445-0472
    Nestled into the hillside along the Conestoga creek, sets the once vibrant iron plantation called Poole Forge. The spectacular 1700's Iron Masters mansion, paymasters house, tenant houses, lime...
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  • 200 Grove Rd. Elverson, PA 19520-9013
    610-286-7754
    "Maybe the world's greatest champagne." The only American winery honored with the gold medal for champagne in Paris, France… ever. Enjoy the sprawling 32 acre landscape at their famous French...
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  • Route 10 North, Morgantown Geigertown, PA 19523
    610-286-0388
    A remnant of Berks County's industrial past, the Joanna Furnace is a restored 18th-centry iron works and blast furnace. Visit and learn about the history of iron making in Pennsylvania.
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  • 105 Twin County Rd. Morgantown, PA 19543
    610-913-6609
    Established in 2002, Kog Hill Winery produces quality wines from Pennsylvania-grown fruit. Join them for a relaxed wine experience, including a free wine tasting.
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  • Masts Corn Maze
    2715 Main Street Morgantown, PA 19543
    610-286-9315
    Third generation Lancaster County potato growers. Proud of their potato heritage, they grow lots of other things at Mast Farms. There is corn, soybeans, wheat, strawberries and pumpkins. The most...
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  • CAENARVON TOWNSHIP Churchtown, PA 17555
    717-299-8901
    The Pool Forge Covered Bridge was built in 1859 and was also known as Yohn's Mill Bridge. It was bypassed by a new concrete bridge in 1973, and is located on private property. Historical records...
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  • EARL TOWNSHIP Terre Hill, PA 17581
    717-299-8901
    Red Run Covered Bridge was built in 1866 and was originally owned by John Oberholtzer. This bridge is variously known as Run Red Grist Mill Bridge and Red Bank Bridge. In 1961 a new concrete...
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  • 860 Springton Road Glenmoore, PA 19343
    Get up close and personal with farm animals, hike the peaceful nature trails or go fishing in the catch and release pond. Initially part of a William Penn Manor, this 300-acre demonstration farm...
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