There was also the Great American Chocolate Tour Ride, where we learned the secret behind what makes Hershey’s chocolate so incredibly tasty…”It’s the milk chocolate,” of course!
Did I mention you get free chocolate samples at all of these attractions? Because you do! And while a sample might not sound like a lot, when you get them at every attraction, it certainly adds up!!
There is also a huge shopping area that includes a large selection of souvenirs, and of course Hershey’s chocolate — as well as all the other varieties of candy they offer.
The next day we headed out to Hersheypark. Hersheypark boasts over 65 rides, including 11 roller coasters, and over 20 kiddie rides!
The Boardwalk at Hersheypark features 9 unique water attractions, as well as two water flume rides — even one for the little ones!
Lincoln was in awe over the large selection of rides. It seems like most parks nowadays primarily feature the thrilling rides. These are great and all, but sometimes the little ones are just left with a handful of rides. I don’t know about you, but as a parent, I hate paying full admission to a theme park where my son can only ride the same 5 rides again and again.
Hersheypark really goes above and beyond and offers something for everyone! Sure there’s plenty of thrill rides, but there’s equally an endless amount of attractions for the little ones! Here were some of Lincoln’s favorites…