They say you never forget your first car. New or just new to you, it didn’t matter if the wheels were shiny of if they’d been kicked a thousand times over. It was your ride. And our love affair with the automobile doesn’t stop at the ones we own. We all have that “dream car.” The one that makes your head turn. The one that reminds you of Grandpa. The one that you’d fix up if you could.
The idea of “something for everyone” can be a little bit cliché in tourism. But sometimes you really do find a spot that covers the bases (literally – more on that in a minute!) in entertainment for families, couples, business travelers and the outdoor-minded.
Sometimes a night out on the town isn’t on the town at all. It’s in the country. Wine Country. Summer is for sipping. And singing. It’s for enjoying the view. And the company. Date night, girls night or any night, what you find in the vineyards and tasting rooms of Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country is more than just good wine – it’s good times and great entertainment.
The smooth sounds of nationally-acclaimed music artists. The region’s best wines. A gorgeous historic mansion and a long and lazy Susquehanna River as scenic backdrops. Sounds enticing, doesn’t it? Pack your favorite lawn chairs or blankets and join us at the annual Dauphin County Music and Wine Festival at Fort Hunter Park for a spectacular lineup
Show of hands. How many of you said, “I can’t believe it’s June” when you turned your calendar over for the 6 th time this year? I did. And as fast as it came ‘round, it will seem ton leave us even faster! The summer that we wait on for so long can be a bit cruel like that, so let’s plan the best summer ever, shall we? We’ve put together some of
We all know the song. "Rain, rain go away..." But wishing it away for ourselves just means it will rain on someone else and we're too nice for that, right? So instead of watching the rain clouds, make plans to visit some of Hershey Harrisburg's best-loved museums and indoor attractions. You'll be so into the antique fire trucks, civil war stories, chocolate tastings and more, that you won't give a second thought to the raindrops!
You know the saying. Memorial Day Weekend is the “Unofficial start to Summer.” It’s a time for barbeques, fireworks and a patriotic sea of red, white and blue. It’s a time to remember and celebrate the heroes who died for our country and to soak in the all the things that we can enjoy because of their bravery: Family. Friends. Freedom.
When we asked The Millworks owner Josh Kesler to sum up The Millworks Restaurant in Harrisburg’s Midtown neighborhood, he laughed before defaulting to the logo: “ Art. Food. Music .” He laughed because he knows that even though that caption cuts to the heart of it, The Millworks is so much more.