Must-See Allentown Attractions!

Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom

Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom is an amusement and water park owned and operated by Cedar Fair and located outside Allentown, Pennsylvania. The park features eight roller coasters, other adult and children’s rides, and a waterpark, Wildwater Kingdom. It features some of the world’s most prominent roller coasters, including Steel Force, the ninth longest steel roller coaster in the world and the second longest on the U.S. East Coast. The park is accessible from Interstate 78, U.S. Route 222 (Hamilton Blvd.) and Cedar Crest Boulevard. The region is served by Lehigh Valley International Airport, about 10 miles east of Dorney Park. The ThunderHawk, originally opened in 1924 as “The Coaster,” is being refurbished and will bring a bit of nostalgia back to Dorney for the 2016 season. Renovations include all new trains, and the entire coaster is being painted, reminiscent of its original design. Bright, white lights will also outline the classic wooden roller coaster, sure to remind riders of the timeless American wooden roller coasters of days gone by.


Coca-Cola Park

Coca-Cola Park features the Majestic Clubhouse, which houses all team apparel. The Bud Light Trough is an area immediately behind the right field wall that provides patrons the opportunity to stand and socialize game. The “pig” theme is used in the majority of concession stands and stores. The PPL Picnic Patio is an area immediately adjacent to left field that features buffet style food and can be booked for group outings. The club level of the stadium features an indoor concourse with access to the club level seats, the suites and the two PenTeleData Party Porches. The VIP Dugout Suites are situated immediately behind home plate and provide a unique viewing experience. The Red Robin KidsZone features a free playground area. In addition, kids can take advantage of a number of games, including speed pitch, slides and more. In 2012, the park added the Red Robin Tiki Terrace in Left Field over the bullpens which features large group seating, tables for four, and a bar area accessible to all ticketed fans.


Liberty Bell Museum

Come and discover the place where America’s most famous symbol of freedom found refuge during the darkest days of the Revolution. The Liberty Bell Museum is located in historic Zion’s Reformed United Church of Christ, Allentown, PA, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The site of the first church in Allentown, it was used as a refuge during Indian raids, a revolutionary war hospital, a gathering place for the reading of the Declaration of Independence, and more. This rich history is celebrated at commemorative services every February, May, July and September.

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