Quality Inn & Suites
13015 Ferguson Valley Road
Burnham, PA 17009-1892
Phone: (717) 248-4961
Fax: (717) 242-3013
13015 Ferguson Valley Road US 322, Burnham, PA, US, 17009-1892
- Phone: (717) 248-4961
- Fax: (717) 242-3013
A part of the Central Pennsylvania District Library Consortium, the Mifflin County Library is open 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Mondays, Tuesday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., until 4:00 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and on Sundays 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Embassy Theater is a historic structure that features the red brick building with a touch of Colonial Revival on the front portion, this rectangular structure is historic as the theater is not operating now but it stands still as an excellent surviving example of the architecture of the theaters.
Enjoy the sights and aromas of the Asher's Chocolates Factory where all sorts of delicious goodies are created.
Fishing, swimming, tent camping, hiking, cross country skiing, and picnicking are just some of the seasonal activities visitors enjoy at the 220-acre Reeds Gap State Park, located eight miles east of Reedsville.
Located in a 19th century stone and wood bank barn in the Kishacoquillas Valley of central Pennsylvania's "Seven Mountains," Brookmere Winery & Vineyard Inn's entire wine making process takes place on the property. The winery is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wine tours are available by appointment.
The Academia Pomeroy Covered Bridge is one of the longest surviving covered bridges in the state. This 278-foot (85-meter) long wooden structure was built in 1902 by renowned bridge architect Theodore Burr. Its design is that of Burr's signature truss style. Administered by the Juniata County Historical Society, it features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Family fun center offering skiing, golfing, driving range, go carts and much more. Great for birthday parties, picnics and company functions.
Tasting and sales of award winning wines on Mount Nittany. Wine making tours are offered and cover the entire winemaking process and then is followed by a visit to the tasting room where several wines are available for tasting and purchase.
Penn's Cave was originally discovered by the Seneca Indians ages ago. It opened as a commercial show cavern when the Penn's Cave Hotel was constructed in 1885. From 1920s onwards, the structure began to be used as the Penn’s Cave House, offering meals to tourists and a ticketing office. Tours of the cavern are carried out by boat or motor vehicle; they give visitors a glimpse of beautiful rock formations and cascading water. The 1,600 acres (647.49 hectares) of natural beauty around Penn's Cave have been preserved as an ecological site.
Explore this natural wonder featuring a wildlife park and all water underground cavern. Soaring cavern walls reflecting every color of the rainbow, towering formations, speleothem draperies, slender shafts together in unbelievable profusion and so much more.
The headquarters for the Centre County Historical Society. The Mansion, the ironmaster's residence for Centre Furnace, has been restored and is furnished to reflect the period of residency of ironmaster Moses Thompson and his family, 1842-1891. A mansion in miniature, identical to the original and scaled one inch to one foot, is on permanent display.
A shelter for all seekers of literature, art, and culture, the Schlow Centre Region Library has been serving the local community of State College for years. Originally opened as the State College Public Library, this library boasts an impressive book and media collection, which is housed inside an excellently equipped two-story structure. The library also believes in providing a cultural education, and thus plays host to numerous cultural programs like live concerts and art exhibitions. See the website or call to know more.