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Hershey, PA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 17
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,775
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 665
Committable Meeting Rooms* 35
Convention Center Space 100,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 32,004 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 15,136 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $114
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $51
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $291
*Maximum for a single hotel

Hershey, PA Things to Do and Attractions

Antique Auto Museum at Hershey

Featuring cars, busses, and motorcycles from the 1890s to 1990s, the Antique Auto Museum at Hershey (also known as the AACA Museum) showcases nearly 100 historic rides. Many are set in dramatic dioramas, including one that takes visitors back to the

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Giant Center

Home of the Hershey Bears hockey team, the Giant Center is also frequent host to top-name performers and family-style entertainment. Group tickets are available and several venues can host groups of various sizes for receptions, from Coco's Den and

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Hershey Gardens

At the base of the Hotel Hershey, overlooking the town of Hershey, are 23 acres of botanical gardens that bloom year-round with more than 5,600 fragrant roses. Other highlights of the more than a dozen specialized gardens include the changing

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Hershey Theatre

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Built between 1929 and 1933 as part of Milton S. Hershey's "Great Building Campaign" during the Great Depression, the Hershey Theatre brings Venice to central Pennsylvania with marble walls, inlaid Italian floors, and several remarkable ceilings,

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Hersheypark

As a full-day outing or an evening break, the 110 acres of Hersheypark feature 11 roller coasters, 60 rides, the Boardwalk water park and live entertainment, including resident shows, strolling performers, wandering product characters and top-name

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Hershey's Chocolate World

Hershey's product characters and the sweet smell of chocolate greet groups upon arrival at this interactive world of chocolate fun. Individuals or groups start off on the Great American Chocolate Tour, a slow-moving ride for an upclose look at the

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Hershey's Trolley Works

Singing trolley conductors dressed in period costume entertain and inform on a ride through Chocolate Town, departing from the main entrance of Chocolate World on re-created, turn-of-the-century trolleys.

Regularly scheduled tours showcase the

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The Hershey Golf Collection

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Hershey Meetings includes four golf courses: East and West courses at the Hershey Country Club, Hershey Links and the family-friendly Spring Creek Golf Course. In addition to regular play and tournaments, groups can learn from the pros with an indoor

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The Hershey Story, The Museum on Chocolate Avenue

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New in 2009, the museum tells the story of Milton S. Hershey, from his early failures and successes through his transformation of milk chocolate production to his philanthropic efforts that live on today.

Group possibilities include a Countries of

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The Spa at the Hotel Hershey

Chocolate forms the basis of many of the signature treatments at the upscale spa, such as a Chocolate Fondue Wrap, a Whipped Cocoa Bath, and a Chocolate Bean Polish, complemented by a range of more traditional massage, hydrotherapy, exfoliation, and

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ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park

The small family-oriented zoo is home to more than 200 animals from the five regions of North America, including bobcats, black bears, wolves and more. A guided tour of the 11-acre zoo takes about one hour, and a variety of programs are available in

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Circular Dining Room, Hotel Hershey

It was Milton S. Hershey himself who insisted there would be no corners and thus no bad tables in the Hotel Hershey's Circular Dining Room—no corners in which to hide single diners or bad tippers, no pillars or other obstructions to block the 13

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Union Canal House

Just outside the main strip of Hershey, technically in the tiny town of Union Deposit, is the Union Canal House, right where it's been since 1751 when it first opened its doors as a tavern to the soldiers of Fort Swatara in what was then the

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What If…Of Hershey

Contemporary and casual, What If… challenges diners with a fresh and creative menu. On Chocolate Avenue, only one mile from the Hershey attractions, the restaurant features American cuisine with an innovative twist in ingredients as well as

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