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Academy of Natural Sciences Academy of Natural Sciences
Since its founding in 1812, The Academy of Natural Sciences has made tremendous progress in unlocking the secrets of life through its world-renown scientific research and expansive scientific collections.
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Antietam Lake Park and Angora Fruit Farm Antietam Lake Park and Angora Fruit Farm
Antietam Lake Park is Berks County's newest parkland acquisition. At 643 acres, Antietam Lake Park doubled the acreage of the park system and expanded opportunities for enjoyment of the scenic resources of the county. It is located primarily in Lower Alsace Township with a small portion in Alsace Township, just east of the City of Reading
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ArtFusion 19464 ArtFusion 19464
ArtFusion 19464 is a non-profit community art center located in a fully restored Victorian building in Pottstown’s historical district. Its mission is to provide a solid educational foundation to youth and adults, and to help foster their creativity and develop their talents.
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Bartram's Garden Bartram's Garden
America's oldest living botanical garden includes an 18th century house and barn, wildflower meadow, river trail, wetland and water garden.
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Berks County Heritage Center Berks County Heritage Center
Berks County has a long and storied past as the center of Pennsylvania German culture, a pivotal transportation center for canals and railroads, and the home to many significant industries. The Berks County Heritage Center tells the story of the communities and people of this unique part of Pennsylvania.
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Black Rock Sanctuary Black Rock Sanctuary
One of 22 desilting basin complexes created in the 1940s and '50s for the Schuylkill River Desilting Project, the land has been reclaimed by Chester County as a park and sanctuary for wildlife and migrating waterfowl.
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Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles
Pennsylvania's Transportation History Museum. Dozens of automobile, truck, and motorcycle manufacturers built vehicles here in Southeastern Pennsylvania while the industry was still in its infancy. More than fifty of those rare automobile products can be seen, along with examples of the horse powered vehicles that preceded them, under one roof in Boyertown.
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Canal Day Canal Day
June 25, 2017
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM at Schuylkill Canal Lock 60 & St. Michael's Park. Come out to enjoy a day of family-oriented fun along the Schuylkill Canal. The event includes food, music, kids’ games and crafts, competitive activities such as the Denny Porrini Memorial Trail Run, Horseshoe Tournament, the Canoe/Kayak 5-Mile Water Trail Race, and the world renowned Canal Joust.
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Central Perkiomen Valley Park Central Perkiomen Valley Park
Central Perkiomen Valley Park, situated along the scenic Perkiomen Creek in the center of Montgomery County, offers a wide variety of family activities.
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Colebrookdale Railroad: The Secret Valley Line Colebrookdale Railroad: The Secret Valley Line
Stretching between Berks and Montgomery Counties, traversing geological formations unique to Pennsylvania and rich with Native American lore, the Colebrookdale Railroad connects the sites of the earliest iron-making industries in the American colonies, sites once familiar to William Penn, George Washington, and Thomas Edison
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