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Come and See What Pennsylvania has to Offer

Tucked in the rolling hills of Central Pennsylvania, Hershey, Harrisburg, Lancaster, and Gettysburg are unique communities where fun is the order of the day. There are so many fun things to do everyone in your family. Plan a day trip, a weekend getaway, or an entire vacation. Hershey, Harrisburg, Lancaster, and Gettysburg have it all! 

Hershey, Pennsylvania's Main Attractions

Pennsylvania’s Hershey Park and Hershey’s Chocolate World are some of the most popular attractions in the city and are located only 15 miles from the White Rose Motel. Spend a day with your family at Hershey Chocolate World and learn the fascinating process of chocolate making on a simulated factory tour ride and spend the following day at the Hershey Park having fun and watching live entertainment in the midst of Pennsylvania’s beautiful, natural surroundings. Don’t forget to indulge in the chocolate that Hershey has to offer.

Plan Your Stay With White Rose

Hershey, Pennsylvania has a lot to offer and The White Rose Motel is the perfect place to stay comfortably and experience all of the attractions that our town has to offer. Whether it is for the night or for the week, our family-owned motel is the ideal place to spend time with your family after enjoying one of the many attractions this city has to offer.

Book one of our rooms with many amenities or stay in a cottage to enjoy all of the luxuries of home.

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Hershey's Chocolate World Visitors of Hershey Chocolate World can learn the fascinating process of chocolate-making on a simulated factory tour ride. Tours are available continuously throughout the day. Guests receive a free sample of a HERSHEY®'S product at the end of the tour.
Hershey Amusement Park HERSHEYPARK has undergone many changes since it opened in 1907, but what has remained the same over the years is the commitment to provide guests with fun and entertainment in the midst of beautiful, natural surroundings.
Hershey Gardens A feast for the eyes and a respite for the soul, Hershey Gardens truly has something for everyone -- beautiful themed gardens, colorful seasonal displays, unique trees, a magnificent outdoor Butterfly House, 7,000+ breathtaking roses, a Children's Garden, and much, much more!
Hershey Museum The Hershey Story (the Museum on Chocolate Avenue) guides visitors on a journey through Milton Hershey's lifetime and beyond. It is educational, fun-filled, imaginative, and interactive. It is Hershey's newest gem.
Zooamerica ZOOAMERICA is an 11-acre walk-through zoo home to animals and living plants native to five regions of North America. Over 200 animals, representing 75 species. The Zoo is open year-round and located just across the walking bridge from Hersheypark.
AACA Museum Exhibited in "real-world" settings and supplemented by labels and graphics, the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum (AACA) has 100-plus restored automobiles and buses to celebrate America's automotive heritage. There's a lot to see, a lot to learn, and a lot of fun for everyone.
Hershey Capital Region Hershey Historical Society: The Mission of the Hershey - Derry Township Historical Society shall be dedicated to the preservation, restoration, appreciation and education of the historical heritage of Hershey and Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
Hershey Capital Region Tröegs Brewery was founded in 1996 by brothers John and Chris Trogner. The first keg was sold to a local restaurant in Harrisburg on July 18, 1997. Tröegs is a family nickname, from the founders' surname Trogner. When combined with a Flemish word “Kroeg,” meaning "pub," we get Tröegs.

 

 

LANCASTER: (45 minute drive)

 

 

Lancaster, PA Lancaster, Pennsylvania is the second best family destination in America. Come find out what others already know - fun feels different here in Lancaster County, The Heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Dutch Wonderland DUTCH WONDERLAND Family Amusement Complex was opened in 1963. It is geared towards younger children. Dutch Wonderland is no longer owned by Hersheypark (effective 12/2010).

 

 

GETTYSBURG: (1 hour drive)

 

 

Gettysburg, PA There is more to Gettysburg than battlefields. When you've had enough of history, enjoy fun things like a cool train ride through the beautiful countryside, ride on miniature horses, view a magic town, ski the slopes, golf at one of the area's 12 professional and miniature golf courses, and quench your thirst at a local brewery or winery.
Gettysburg Visitors Center The official Gettysburg Visitors Center run by the National Parks Service

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