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The Reading Railroad Heritage Museum
The Reading Railroad Heritage Museum Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Reading, PA
Museum in Hamburg, PA USA

A repository of knowledge, artifacts, and memorabilia of one of America's greatest transportation institutions.


Goggleworks Center For The Arts
Goggleworks Center For The Arts Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Reading, PA
Arts and Craft in Reading, PA USA

The largest, integrated art center in the nation. Enjoy galleries, artists at work, art and foreign films, even hot glass being blown, all in one complex. The GoggleWorks hosts open house events on the Second Sunday of each month.

Boscov's Berks Jazzfest
Boscov's Berks Jazzfest Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Reading, PA
Music in Reading, PA USA

A ten day musical event held annually in March/April and features jazz performances across Greater Reading. Free and ticketed concerts include new talent and jazz legends.

Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site
National Park in Elverson, PA USA

National Historic Site Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site is one of the finest examples of a rural American 19th century iron plantation. The buildings include a blast furnace, the ironmaster's mansion, and auxiliary structures.

Reading Public Museum
Reading Public Museum things to do on a rainy day in Reading, PA
Museum in Reading, PA USA

A Museum of Art, Science, and Civilization.


Berks County Heritage Center
Berks County Heritage Center things to do on a rainy day in Reading, PA
Historic Site in Reading, PA USA

Historic museums, recreational park The Berks County Heritage Center includes the Gruber Wagon Works, A National Historic Landmark built in 1882. See over 19000 tools and artifacts that were used in the production of sturdy farm wagons.


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