Annville Township is a township and census-designated place in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 4,767 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Annville
5 based on 104 reviews
Escape rooms are a great way to spend time with friends, family, and co-workers. We offer 2 amazing escapes that challenge your wits, logic, and analytic skills. The fun starts as soon as you arrive as we give you tips and tricks to help you escape with time to spare. Once the door closes, the competition begins as you learn the clues, uncover secrets and interact with our high-tech puzzles. Gather your smartest friends and come in for an experience you won't forget.
We were having brunch in the next town over on a sweltering day & phoned Michael on a lark, and he arranged for us to do the murder mystery 30 minutes later. It turned out to be the perfect diversion for three adults and three children ages 9-14. None of us had done an escape room before. Michael recommended the murder mystery, where you investigate a murder that actually occurred in the area in the 19th century. Michael is an engineer and he wired up the whole room (you can't tell though - except for the hidden electronics, there's nothing anachronistic) so it ends up being a multi-sensory experience, and you need to really explore and come up with creative ideas for how to solve each successive riddle. We solved it in 45 minutes with 4 clues (though I'm sure we could have done it in three in under the hour!). We're looking forward to returning for Three Mile Island and Houdini's Escape.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
The Opera fudge...did not dissapoint! It was awesome! It reminded me of an chocolate covered ice cream bar...melted in your mouth! The carmels were amazing and they had an assortment of covered pretzels...which I did not try, but they sold the plain pretzels they get from a pretzel baker in town and they were awesome by themselves!
If you have a sweet tooth you have to satisfy and you want to try something than Hershey, check this local place out. Amazing!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Open year-round, Hershey Gardens' new Milton & Catherine Hershey Conservatory features an indoor, tropical Butterfly Atrium, where guests can experience hundreds of butterflies and tropical plants. Opened in 1937, the 23-acre outdoor garden features a renowned rose garden, magnificent theme gardens, colorful seasonal displays, and a whimsical Children's Garden.
Hershey Gardens are beautiful. I would recommend going in the summer to experience it and all of its beauty.
Lots of flowers and they also have a butterfly sanctuary indoors. It is gorgeous. There are butterflies everywhere.
The grounds are well spaced and cared for. I would recommend going here.
4.5 based on 518 reviews
This winery is also home to a theater group, Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire's Acting Company, which puts on performances regularly.
We enjoyed the historical part of the Renaissance Faire the most. Highlights for us included the drama of the King/Queen at start of day, the Royal Falcons exhibit (aviary), the archery demonstration (very knowledgeable), the umbrella/walking stick vendor, the jousting, the fire/whip Bonk man, the German musicians, the strings musicians in Pastimes, the artillery, scenery and all the actors and actresses! We enjoyed it very much. I would try to attend on non-Halloween weekend in future since many of the costumes were not Renaissance related. I didn't care for the occult influence (tarrot card reader). Water fountains would be helpful too. Bakery far too crowded and should have a larger venue. Bees were a nuisance. Overall a great day and plenty to do and see. I would recommend you try this event!
4.5 based on 469 reviews
Tröegs Brewing Company was founded by Chris and John Trogner. Since 1997, the brothers have been handcrafting world-class beers that combine traditional English brewing techniques with the eclecticism of new American brewing. While only available in the Mid-Atlantic region, Tröegs Brewery is known nationwide for their award-winning Troegenator Double Bock, highly-desirable seasonal releases like Nugget Nectar and The Mad Elf, and brewery-only beers like the Scratch and Splinter series. Tröegs Brewery in Hershey, Pennsylvania provides guests with a complete brewing experience. The brewhouse is located in a 5,000 square foot tasting room that opens onto a beer garden. Visitors are able to observe the brewing process firsthand, and take a self-guided tour along a window-lined hallway for a close-up view of the entire brewery.
Took my husband for a surprise birthday tour on a Friday evening, where 6 of our friends met us at the Brewery. Took the 5$ tour first and it was very informative and interesting. We had several tastes along the way. Picked up a flight and something to eat, and settled in at a table to eat lamb, brisket and fries, sweet potato chips, Bahn mi. Chips were tasty but VERY salty. Everything else was good, but the brisket won hands down. Parking is limited although the new lot is large. Tasting room/food tables are large and noisy so be prepared for that.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Nice stop on the way home, if you are visiting area, for fresh grown local produce. Big selection of Pa. jarred vegs, pickles etc. Watermelon, corn, tomatos, eggplant, peppers. Some baked goods.Banana bread was a little dry. Bring some fresh Pa produce home to friends n family
4.5 based on 21 reviews
This is our Saturday AM chill place after a rough week - once you start going on a regular basis, its impossible to stop. Great fresh food, coffee/drinks, produce, meats/cheese, yummy bakery items, ice cream - limited number of businesses but those that are there are really quality merchants with super friendly owners/staff at each stand, and you are guaranteed to find something there to eat that you love. This is a small hidden gem in Lebanon, and we all need to support our local businesses to keep them here. Oh, and if you think you are not a candy lover or you don't have a sweet tooth or you are dieting and will never eat sugar again, just try to get by Candy-rama without buying something!
5 based on 11 reviews
From the moment you walk into our salon, you`ll notice it our complete attention to your desire for relaxation and self - restoration. Nothing can damage Body, Spirit and Mind more than the stresses of everyday existence. And no one knows better how to relive those stresses than Gulien`s Massage & Saltroom
I have been a repeat client of Gulien's Massage and Salt Room in Palmyra, PA for many years. The massage therapist, Eve, provides the best deep tissue massage I have ever had. Her professionalism and technique applying the right pressure to untangle the knots is superb. The spa is very clean and provides a calming and relaxing atmosphere. I have also tried the Salt Room when I had a sinus infection and having 3 treatments within 1 week seemed to alleviate the sinus pressure and shorten the length of the infection. I would highly recommend checking out their services.
4.5 based on 307 reviews
We went to see the performance of "Parkside Harmony" This performance was sold out. Parking was more than ample. Hershey Theater is a must place to see quality performances. It is a First rate theater. The inside of the theater is classic. Take the time to really look (and take pictures) of the art work and architecture that surrounds you. Seats are close together but comfortable. Bathrooms are down stairs. Check out their web site for additional information on shows. Located right off the square in Hershey, Pa.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
CLOSED January - March 29, 2018. OPEN select days March 30 - April 15, 2018. Hersheypark(R) is THE premier historic family amusement and water park with something for everyone. Genuine hospitality, thrilling rides and attractions, water fun and live entertainment are all part of the authentic Hershey experience. Generations share memorable times in Hersheypark, the centerpiece attraction in one of the world's unique resort destinations. Located in a town founded by an American icon who created a brand that is synonymous with trust and quality, Hersheypark upholds the standard of excellence and advances the legacy of Milton S. Hershey.
There were five children and four adults in our group. We purchased our one day discount tickets at the Giant Supermarket on Friday afternoon. This ticket allowed us to get into the park Friday night at 6:30 until closing which was perfect! There were no lines for any of the rides. Came back Saturday morning, a bit crowded, but not too bad, stayed till about 2:00pm, left for an early dinner and got back to the park around 5:00 and stayed till closing, again no lines on the rides. The park is very clean and everything seems to be well maintained.
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