Things To Do Near Our Apartments in Harrisburg, PA

Mulberry Station’s exceptional location in the heart of Central Pennsylvania, less than a mile from I-83, affords you and your family the opportunity to explore some of the best attractions in the region. Our apartments in Harrisburg, PA are convenient to exciting attractions like the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Hersheypark, and Indian Echo Caverns.

Filling a need for a common space dedicated to promoting the sciences and the arts in the late 1980s, the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts has brought cultural enrichment to downtown Harrisburg since 1999. It was the first of its kind in the United States, bringing together science, the performing arts, and IMAX entertainment under one roof. The 130,000-square-foot complex includes the Select Medical IMAX theater, which shows modern educational films as well as new releases; the Harsco Science Center, which houses three floors of more than 240 engaging and informative exhibits; and the Sunoco Performance Theater, which currently maintains seven resident companies, including the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, Theatre Harrisburg, and the Harrisburg Choral Society.

If your sweet tooth is calling the shots for the day, take a trip to the chocolate-themed Hersheypark and Hershey’s Chocolate World. Originally founded in 1906 by Milton Hershey as a leisure park for Hershey employees, the amusement park now spans 121 acres and houses 13 roller coasters, 14 water rides, and a zoo. From rides to shows, shopping to dining, be sure to plan an entire day around the entertainment and fun you will have at Hersheypark, just 20 minutes from Mulberry Station.

Get in touch with your natural side and visit Echo Dell – Indian Echo Caverns, 15 minutes from our apartments in Harrisburg, PA. According to Echo Dell, the caverns were likely first visited by the Susquehannock Indians, who may have used the area as refuge from inclement weather. The Indian Echo Caverns were first opened to the public by John Bieber in 1929, when the caverns treacherous and uneven terrain was commercialized into safer pathways for daily visitors. While Bieber’s ownership of the caverns was surrendered to the bank at the height of the Great Depression, Hershey native, Edward S. Swartz, purchased the property and opened it back up to the general public in 1942. His family still owns the caverns today, providing hundreds of thousands of visitors the opportunity to walk the paths of the Susquehannocks each year.

With these local attractions and more, you’ll never be bored near our apartments in Harrisburg, PA. Call us to learn more about the community and schedule a tour of Mulberry Station today!