The smell of chocolate perfumes the air all around Hershey, Pennsylvania. With Hershey's Chocolate world open year round, chocolate lovers can visit whenever their cravings hits. Free to the public to enter. Hershey's chocolate world offers a seated indoor ride that takes passengers on a tour of how Hershey's chocolate products are made, including the history of the local area.
After exiting the ride, passengers can browse and shop in the huge gift shop that contains everything from t-shirts to gigantic Hershey chocolate bars weighing 5lbs.
The Chocolate bake shoppe features cupcakes inspired by the classic candy bars and confections, The black bottom cheesecake cupcake was my Favorite. Chocolate lovers will also find a cafe serving chocolate drink creations and other chocolate eateries.
A trolley ride around Hershey and 4d movie complete the chocolate world experience along with an afternoon parade of Hershey characters on Saturdays and Sundays.
For more information go to http://www.hersheys.com/chocolateworld/
Hershey Park and Hershey Gardens open in late march for more Hershey related adventures. But are worth checking out. Hershey park features trill rides and roller coasters, Concerts and family fun.
Hershey gardens features a rose garden that was first created in 1937 at the request if Mildred Hershey wanting a Rose garden, it has since expanded into 5,600 rose blossoms. Hershey gardens also features a children's garden and a butterfly house with over 300 butterflies.
Zooamerica is located next door to Hershey Park and features North American animals, birds and reptiles. From the American alligator to the black bears and vampire bats. Zooamerica also offers many special tours and events for the public.