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Hershey starts here! How did Milton Hershey go from bankruptcy to brilliance, transforming chocolate from a luxury to an everyday treat? How did he invent a community? Why did he give away his fortune? That's the Hershey story. Enjoy a 45-minute...more
We have decided Milton Hershey was where the character Willie Wonka must have came from. Take a journey on the life and times of Milton and Kitty Hershey, and the town that bares his name. He was such an interesting person. Many Hershey artifacts from...More
We got a deal on groupon. I'm not sure if it would be worth paying full price. We did enjoy the museum, but our little ones were bored learning about the history of Hershey. There is a section where the little ones can play and...More
My family of five, including the children ages 11, 13, and 16 really enjoyed our visit. We shared one flight of the chocolate tasting and attended a chocolate making class. The teacher was very informative.
I am glad I went here on a rainy day.
The only activity I paid for was the chocolate tasting drinks. For $10 I got 6 chocolate drinks that were warm. Perfect for a rainy day.
I enjoyed all but the one flavor.
Skip, or minimize your time at the amusement park. This is where you learn about the man, the city, the company, even the industry. Taking it all in, reading and watching, will require several hours, but if you make the trek to PA for rides...More
I loved this place. There was all sorts of history about Milton Hershey, the Hershey Company and The Hershey School. I liked seeing the old factory gear and the bathtub on wheels. I liked seeing the old advertising as well.
Such an awesome story that is still going! This is Willy Wonka alright! At every turn, I was expecting someone to give me a Hershey kiss; so disappointed. What a great philanthropist & tried to do for his workers...affordable housing, schools... in which other are...More
Wife and I tool a side trip to Hershey PA not realizing the extent of the things to do and see in the city that M.S. Hershey created! We visited the Museum and were surprised to learn the vast empire that was built by Milton...More