Montgomery is a borough in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,695 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Williamsport, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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Reptiles and amphibians from around the world await discovery at this world-class specialized zoo. Explore the realm of mambas, cobras, vipers, pythons, and other rare and beautiful snakes. Experience giant alligators, gentle tortoises, curious lizards, and colorful frogs. Stunning naturalistic habitats, fun interactive exhibits, live shows, and hands-on animal encounters make Reptiland an educational adventure for the whole family. Reptiland is a year-round destination with modern indoor exhibits. During warmer months, tortoises, iguanas, and Komodo dragons venture into outdoor habitats. Seasonal exhibits and special events make each visit unique. Amazing animals, personal attention, and friendly experts--an intimate wildlife connection!
We stopped late in the day on a Sunday as we were passing by. It was only an hour and a half before closing but still left us plenty of time to see everything. We saw the last part of the reptile show which was included in admission. There is a aviary that has hundreds of colorful parakeets that will fly by you. For a dollar or two they will give you a popsicle stick with bird food attached. The kids loved that they would fly over and land on it. My favorite part was the Robotic Dinosaurs. They moved, squirted water and made noise. They have several reptiles/Snakes that I have never seen in person before. Very cool place!
4 based on 32 reviews
My wife and I are always looking for mini golf during our travels and we found this place in Lansdale PA,about 20 miles outside Philly. Choice of two different mini golf courses,one harder than the other. Nice and clean. Farm animals are in pens but easily viewed. Plenty of choices of ice cream flavors which is weighed by the oz to be paid for. I got Vanilla Peanut Butter and Caramel praline. Was very good! Grounds are clean,benches to sit on for families outside and indoor seating as well.
4.5 based on 160 reviews
The Museum is located at the Little League International Complex, site of the annual Little League Baseball World Series. Visit the 10,000-square foot Museum, with hands-on exhibits and interactive displays for all ages. General Admission is just $5; seniors 62 and over, $3; Children ages 5-12, $2; Under 5, free. Audio Tour Guides in multiple languages are available, too. Then take the self-guided walking tour of the complex, see where the World Series players live during the tournament, and check out the two stadiums seen every August on ABC and ESPN. If visiting during the Little League Baseball World Series, remember that admission to watch the games is FREE. Tickets are NOT required for most seats, and never required to sit on the famous "Hill" overlooking Lamade Stadium. Parking is free too.
Our kids were attending the baseball camp so it gives us an opportunity to spend some time in the museum. A meaningful tribute to one of the longest running youth sports organizations. It gives you a great taste of history, of sport and the bigger picture of why kids compete. Lots of emotional pieces in the museum. It doesn't take long to get through so enjoy every part of it.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
Performing arts center offering Broadway-style productions, comedy acts, dance, along with country, rock, and classical live music. Interested in renting the CAC for an event or show? Give us a call or contact us today via our webpage.
The community Arts Center is located just the opposite to the city hall at the end of historic downtown Williamsport. The Arts Center place is the entertainment center of the city and surrounding towns. Stop by to see what is on while walking along the street of the city. The mural painting alley is also a wonderful place to stop and see.
4 based on 31 reviews
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This is easier to get to than many; conveniently located with day time hours starting mid morning and ending at 9p. On occasion the mall offers special events to help lure customers in. The main entrance is large enough to accommodate crowds and there is ample parking. The anchor stores are Sears, Penny, Burlington Coat Factory, Bon Ton, Old Navy, Dicks Sporting Goods and Macys, with 100+ stores in between. It contains the usual boutique shops for food, to lady’s/men’s fashions, shoes, accessories and so on. A Regal Movie theatre is located in the back with its own parking area.
For an afternoon of shopping this makes life easy.
5 based on 1 reviews
My wife and I were here Saturday to play disc golf. We really enjoyed the course and it's a great local park. The park has walking paths, a softball field, a playground, a bocce ball court, horse shoe pits, a pavilion and an 18 hole disc golf course etc... It's a large park and has plenty of room for lots of activities. There is ample parking. It's very well kept. To find the disc golf course stay to the left when coming into the park and go to the deepest parking lot. There is a pavilion next to the parking lot and the first hole begins on the other side of the pavilion. There is also a practice basket to the left of the first tee. The course is very well marked. Many holes offer multiple tee boxes and or multiple baskets. The main tee boxes are concrete while some alternate tee boxes have rubber mats. The course is long, flat and open but is designed well. Holes range in distance from 236 feet to 740 feet. The course makes great use of natural and man made obstacles and is a lot of fun to play. There are a few elevated tees and baskets, some hanging baskets and other interesting features. Water comes into play on two holes.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
It was really fun watching X-Men at the drive in. They have a great concession stand that sells everything from candy to funnel called!
5 based on 24 reviews
Our group visited Purity Candy following a trip to Clyde Peeling's Reptile Land. The chocolate dinosaurs were a hit, but we left with a chocolate motorcycle for each boy (ages 3, 4 and 5) as well. The candy was delicious! I was disappointed that there was not a public restroom on site. Perhaps we'll revisit in December to watch a candy cane making demonstration.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society chronicles the history of our region from American Indian occupation through 20th century industry and life. Exhibits include an American Indian gallery, a Fine and Decorative Arts gallery, 19th century period rooms, and the Shempp Model Train exhibit with over 300 toy trains, and period rooms depicting life from the 1700s through the 1900s. Exhibits change often, keeping the Historical Society fresh and interesting for every visit. The museum also includes a local history and genealogy research library.
We drove to Williamsport to see the museums exhibit on 'mourning and death practices in the Victorian period.' It definitely didn't disappoint. The exhibit was well laid out (sorry bad pun) and the items were some that I had never seen before. The museum also had a great train display as well as history of Lycoming County and other history of the area. Put on your walking shoes- there is a lot to see. There are also hands on activities for the kids!
3.5 based on 14 reviews
I will NEVER recommend Four Friends to family, friends, acquaintances or soon-to-be-brides. I had the worst experience here every. Tina was very unfriendly and rude. She had no problem yelling at me and my business partners. NEVER again will I go here or recommend business her way. She is ungrateful and turned a lot of clientele away from her sour attitude.
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