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Da Vinci Science Center The Da Vinci Science Center is a science museum and nonprofit organization in Allentown, Pennsylvania that has been a leader in "bringing science to life and lives to science", as its mission states, since 1992. Its slogan is Open for ExSCIting Possibilities. The Center excels in connecting people of all ages to the wonders of science in their lives, their creative curiosities, and tomorrow’s innovative careers. Its engaging and highly-interactive experiences include a two-story exhibit floor; nearly three-dozen programs for visitors of all ages, students, educators, and community groups; and regional workforce initiatives that integrate limited-engagement exhibits with programs highlighting workforce development opportunities. The Center's primary focus is introducing kids to the potential of the STEM subjects - science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The Da Vinci Science Center is located in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, approximately 65 miles north of Philadelphia, PA, and 90 miles west of New York, NY. Its primary service area in eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey is home to 4.9 million people. -75.522091618676 40.583935551539
South Mall The South Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Allentown, Pennsylvania in the United States. The mall is located on Lehigh Street, just south of Interstate 78 exit 57, near Allentown's southern border with Salisbury Township and Emmaus. Originally the location of Hess's South, a satellite location of the Hess's downtown Allentown store, the center was expanded in 1975 into an enclosed shopping center although the anchor stores opened a year earlier. The mall underwent renovation in 1992. Its current anchor store is Bon-Ton. After the move of Gold's Gym up Lehigh Street from the mall, in August 2011 Ross Dress for Less signed a lease for 27,000 square feet of vacant space at that end. The store opened on October 6, 2012. In June 2014, PREIT sold the mall to Nicholas Park Mall LLC for $23.6 million. They plan to renovate the mall. -75.4917 40.556
Steel Force Steel Force is a roller coaster at Dorney Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Built by D. H. Morgan Manufacturing and designed by Steve Okamoto, it opened in 1997. It is 5600ft in length making it the second longest coaster on the East Coast (behind Fury 325). It has a 205ft first drop, with a top speed of 75mph. Riders experience over 2.5 G's at the bottom of the first hill. Steel Force is the tied with Mamba at Worlds of Fun for the ninth longest steel roller coaster in the world. -75.537980561654 40.578771339634
Coca-Cola Park Coca-Cola Park is an 8,278-seat baseball park in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania. It is the home field for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, the Triple-A level minor league baseball affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. Coca-Cola Park accommodates 10,178 fans, including auxiliary areas and cost $50.25 million to build. Naming rights to the stadium were awarded to Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of the Lehigh Valley on March 7, 2007. -75.452587290268 40.62590934243
Hydra the Revenge Hydra the Revenge is a steel Floorless Coaster at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Allentown, Pennsylvania (USA). It is the only Floorless Coaster in Pennsylvania and was built where the former wooden roller coaster Hercules once stood, which was closed and demolished at the end of the park's 2003 season. Its name comes from the Greek Mythology story where Hercules battled the Hydra. -75.532511004223 40.58085259558
Talon Talon is a 135ft steel inverted roller coaster at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in South Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania, United States. It features 4 inversions and close to the ground encounters. Designed by Bolliger & Mabillard, Talon was known to be one of the longest inverted roller coasters in the Northeast when it opened in 2001. -75.529864440805 40.578855313934
PPL Center PPL Center is a sports arena in Allentown, Pennsylvania that opened on September 10, 2014. Its naming rights are owned by the PPL Corporation, which is headquartered in Allentown. PPL paid an undisclosed sum over 10 years. -75.473001095576 40.602665926324
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom is an amusement and water park owned and operated by Cedar Fair and located outside Allentown, Pennsylvania. The park features eight roller coasters, other adult and children's rides, and a waterpark, Wildwater Kingdom. It features some of the world's most prominent roller coasters, including Steel Force, the ninth longest steel roller coaster in the world and the second longest on the U.S. East Coast. The park is accessible from Interstate 78, U.S. Route 222 and Cedar Crest Boulevard. The region is served by Lehigh Valley International Airport, about 10mi east of Dorney Park. Bieber Tourways has a nearby bus terminal at the former Charcoal Drive-In (at junction of U.S. Route 222 and Hamilton Boulevard), with daily service to and from New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal, Philadelphia Greyhound Terminal and other regional locations. -75.531527777778 40.577941666667
Lehigh Valley Mall The Lehigh Valley Mall is an enclosed super-regional shopping mall located in Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is the largest shopping mall in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania. The mall is located north of Allentown, on MacArthur Road between U.S. Route 22 and Grape Street. Originally opened in 1976, the mall was purchased by Simon Property Group in 2003. In 1995, the mall went under its first major renovation. The spiral ramp was removed to make way for a glass elevator, fountains were removed, and renovations to the mall's interior and exterior appearance were made. A 110000sqft lifestyle center addition was added in October 2007, housing such stores as Apple, Coach, Sephora and Barnes & Noble. There is an additional outdoor strip center called the Lehigh Valley Convenience Center on the east side of the lot housing Babies R Us and Hhgregg. It has 87,280 square feet. Restaurants are located inside the mall and along its beltway road. -75.477942 40.628625
Lake Muhlenberg Lake Muhlenberg is a lake in Cedar Creek Park located in Allentown, Pennsylvania in the United States. -75.506368164 40.594180327031
Haines Mill Haines Mill, also known as Haines Mill Museum, is a historic grist mill located at South Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1840, and is a four-story, stone building with a slate covered gambrel roof. It is three bay by three bay, 42 feet by 46 feet, 9 inches. The interior was rebuilt after a disastrous fire in 1908. A three-story brick addition was built in 1930, with a lean-to roof. Atop the main roof is a cupola. It remained in full operation until 1957. Today, Haines Mill is operated as a partnership between the County of Lehigh, which owns and maintains the site, and the Lehigh County Historical Society, which provides public tours. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981. -75.532222222222 40.585
Josh Early Candies Family owned & operated. Home-made chocolate and other sweets. -75.558379354004 40.588826276339
Weil's Antique Center Weil's Antique Center is a shop in Allentown. -75.486775764018 40.557873869955
Target American department store specializing in inexpensive clothes for the whole family, household goods, food, toiletries, electronics and more. -75.4403089 40.6386474
Thunderhawk Thunderhawk is a wooden out and back roller coaster located at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom near Allentown, Pennsylvania. The coaster was built in 1923 and is one of the oldest operating roller coasters in the northeast. -75.5355 40.5798
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