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Save on a winter getaway to Hershey, PA

So many things to do, so many ways to save

The holidays have come and gone, but summer feels so far away. What is there to do in January, February and March? In Hershey, PA...plenty! Grab your family, friends or significant other and enjoy the new year in The Sweetest Place On Earth.

Plus, save big when you book an overnight stay at The Hotel Hershey, Hershey Lodge or Hersheypark Camping Resort by Jan. 31, 2020. The offer is valid on stays through March 31, 2020. See below for promo codes. 

Here are some of our favorite things to do in winter:


Did you know winter is one of the best times to visit ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park? Open year-round, the animals on exhibit outdoors are much more active and easier to see this time of year. Don't miss January's Discovery Weekends, including free admission for kids ages 8 and under! 

Celebrate all things chocolate

Chocolate-Covered February returns next month for its 16th year. Enjoy more than 90 events and activities in honor of our town's sweet history. There's something for everyone, including Wine & Chocolate Pairings, Chocolate-Covered February Parades, Dessert Buffets and Hershey Character Breakfasts. 

Relax at MeltSpa by Hershey

Experience the ultimate relaxation at MeltSpa by Hershey day spa, located in downtown Hershey, featuring exclusive Hershey's Dark Chocolate Treatments. Offerings include massages, facials, body treatments, manicures, pedicures, makeup, hair styling and waxing. 

See a show

Hershey, PA plays host to world-class concerts, family entertainment, sporting events and touring Broadway shows. Already on the books for early 2020 includes:

Cheer on the Hershey Bears

The Hershey Bears are home 18 times January-March, 2020. Promo nights include BOGO Dietz & Watson Hot Dogs, STAR WARS Night, Hersheypark Pass Night, Hometown Heroes Night and more. 


The indoor Butterfly Atrium at Hershey Gardens is the perfect way to keep warm. Always in a tropical setting, the Atrium is home to dozens of rare butterflies from South and Central America, Africa and Asia.


The Hershey Story Museum honors and preserves the life and legacy of Milton S. Hershey, the town he created and the lives he touched. Museum exhibits explore Mr. Hershey's early failures, how he successfully revolutionized the process of making milk chocolate, the "other" model town he built in Cuba and how he and his wife, Kitty, created Milton Hershey School. Today the School stands as the Hersheys' legacy and is the world's largest residential home and school for children in financial and social need.

While you're at The Hershey Story, grab tickets for interactive Chocolate Lab and Chocolate Tastings experiences.


There's always something to do inside at Hershey's Chocolate World AttractionCreate Your Own Candy Bar, help solve the mystery at the 4D Chocolate Movie and become an expert at the Chocolate Tasting Experience. Don't forget about the FREE Hershey's Chocolate Tour.

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