We could only think about the chocolate on the way but left amazed at what a great man Mr. Hershey was. Went broke 17 times but never gave up and built a chocolate empire. He was not about himself but his employees and others. He started an orphanage that took in children from pre K through HS. He also set up a huge trust(over $60 million) to the home that was not revealed until five years after his death. If one of the student wants to go college they pay for that also. All of this story is at the museum. You also need to go to the Chocolate World complex. They have a great simulated factory tour and you get some samples. There is also a large amusement park but it is seasonal so check on that. If you are in central Penn this is must.
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