Veterans Day weekend things to do in Hershey, PA
Looking for something to do this long weekend? Look no further....there are plenty of things happening in Hershey The Sweetest Place On Earth! Grab your loved ones and choose from some of our ideas we've outlined below.
Most of all, please be sure to pay respects to those who have served on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. As a token of gratitude, veterans are invited to Houlihan's Restaurant + Bar and Devon Seafood + Steak on Monday. Veterans receive a free entrée (up to $15) with the purchase of another entrée at Houlihan's and up to $25 off a single entrée at Devon.
See a show (or two)
Hershey Theatre plays host to musical and comedy shows this weekend. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8-9, see Menopause The Musical, a groundbreaking celebration of women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived "The Change." The amusement continues on Sunday, Nov. 10 when Bill Maher takes the stage for unflinching honesty and big laughs.
Cheer on the home team
The Hershey Bears are home on Sunday, Nov. 10 against Lehigh Valley Phantoms. It's the team's annual Hometown Heroes Night, where they'll honor our military and first responders. All fans will receive an American Flag upon entrance, courtesy of United Brotherhood Of Carpenters Local 431. It's always a special game and we hope you'll be part of it as our Bears pay tribute to the heroes in the crowd.
Play a round of golf
You read that correctly. There's still time to enjoy a round or two and if you’ve never heard of or golfed at Spring Creek Golf Course, now's the time to experience it. Don’t miss this gem of a course located on Chocolate Avenue. Spring Creek claims bragging rights for being the area’s longest nine-hole golf course. It features 2,200 yards of lush greens, holes lined with mature trees and golfers enjoy the natural Spring Creek stream winding throughout. This par 33 course is perfect for players of all ages – especially those just getting into the game of golf.
Visit the zoo
Open year-round, ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park focuses on highlighting North American animals and is committed to the conservation of all animals. Walk amidst the falling leaves throughout this 11-acre zoo and visit the more than 200 animals across five different regions.