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Roadside America - CLOSED

318 Reviews

Roadside America - CLOSED

318 Reviews
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109 Roadside Drive, Shartlesville, PA 19554
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Full-Day Tour of Salisbury and Stonehenge from Salisbury
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Full-Day Tour of Salisbury and Stonehenge from Salisbury

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Discover four of England’s historical highlights on a scenic full-day coach trip from Salisbury. See Salisbury's top landmarks and visit Salisbury Cathedral, home to a copy of the 1215 Magna Carta. Stop at Old Sarum, Salisbury’s Iron Age settlement, and travel through picturesque countryside and thatched villages to Stonehenge. After strolling around the UNESCO-listed stones and visitor center, break for a traditional pub lunch. Lastly, visit Amesbury, the UK's oldest continuous settlement, to discover its 21st-century sculpture, 'The Ancestor', and St Mary and St Melor Church.
$245.50 per adult
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The Pidge wrote a review Nov 23
Wayne, New Jersey354 contributions89 helpful votes
Despite passing this quite frequently, I never stop often enough. This is the kind of old-school, low-tech roadside entertainment that is sadly becoming harder to find these days. While it's easy to pass through the building quickly, it's worth taking some time to appreciate the artistry and vision required of a solid model train exhibit, especially if you have a young one who desires one of his own for the basement. More frequent stops in the future are definitely justified.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Larry M wrote a review Jun 2020
Vientiane, Laos1,321 contributions252 helpful votes
I was here nearly fifty years ago as a teenager, and was amazed at the authenticity and detail of every vista of Roadside America...still great for the entire family !
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Date of experience: July 2019
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DanielleC02 wrote a review Feb 2020
Frederick, MD57 contributions21 helpful votes
Such a great place! We spent about an hour here. So much to see. Great for all ages! My 14 year old loved it as much as my 7 year old.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lisa wrote a review Feb 2020
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I surprised my husband with a trip to see Roadside America for his 70th Birthday. What fun! We were both completely amazed. The supervisor there was very knowledgeable about the history of the family and how the Village evolved through Mr Gieringer's vision. I'd highly recommend Roadside America to anyone.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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trailerkeith wrote a review Feb 2020
South Hackensack, New Jersey27 contributions10 helpful votes
This place is a bit traditional but fun as anything especially for those little ones who like to press buttons to make things happen. Not the largest layout I have see nor the most realistic, but it is a truly great place to see Lionel trains and great craftsmanship of small structures and the "night" portion of the show is not to be missed. If you have been there already I guarantee you will see something new.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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