$TBA Per Night
2205 East Cumberland Street,
Lebanon, Pa. 17046
Group Name: Truckfest
Book By: 12/7/24
Located in Lebanon, Holiday Inn in Lebanon is 6 miles, 10 minutes away from the Lebanon Valley Expo Center.
We want you to stay with us on your next visit to Pennsylvania. We are situated less than ten miles north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and only 16 miles from I-81. Our hotel's location is near Hershey, Reading, Harrisburg and Lancaster, as well.
Guests who want to find exciting attractions nearby are not disappointed. Kids are happy to know that our hotel's site is near Hershey's Chocolate World! After spending a day filling the children with candy, plan a day trip to Amish Country and explore a simpler way of living. Adults who are looking to unwind can take a trip to a local winery, such as Cullari Vineyards or Mount Hope Estate and Winery. PA visitors will only travel 35 miles to fly out of Harrisburg International Airport. This hotel also offers a 24-Business Center and complimentary high-speed, wireless Internet access to make doing business easy.
Finish your day by enjoying all the comforts our Holiday Inn Express Lebanon hotel provides. Keep up with your workout routine in the Fitness Center, or take a dip in the heated, indoor pool. Each morning at our hotel in Lebanon, PA, we invite you to partake in our free, hot breakfast bar with our signature cinnamon rolls, 100% Arabica coffee, eggs, bacon and so much more!
When visiting Lebanon Pennsylvania, you think of the green rolling hills of Lebanon County, but few realize the gastronomical treats just minutes away from Motorama’s Truckfest. Names like Hershey, and Stelzer’s Smoke house Meats and Daniel Weaver (established in 1885), were born here. Attesting to their reputation for excellence, all of Seltzer’s smoked Bologna meats are prepared with typical Pennsylvania Dutch quality and pride. In Lebanon County, food has long been the trademark of Pennsylvania’s Lebanon County. If you are enjoying your lunch in a Burger King restaurant, you are dining in one of Lebanon counties many food entrepreneurs. David Russell Edgerton Jr. was the co-founder of Burger King, in what would become one of America’s largest food restaurant chains.
Lebanon County offers some of Pennsylvania’s most beautiful scenic vistas, finest original country dining and authentic 18th-19th-century architecture in the country.
2387 Cornwall Rd, Lebanon, PA 17042-8835. American, Bar, Pub with options for special diets such as Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan meals. Open for Lunch, Dinner, Late Night. Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music
502 E Lehman St, Lebanon, PA. Serving traditional Italian entrees like tagliatelle, butternut squash ravioli (in the Fall) and (lasagna on Thursdays), they offer both land and sea accompanied by produce sourced locally. They have a full bar and an extensive Italian wine list.
324 E Cumberland St, Lebanon, PA. Offering American, Bar, Pub style cuisine, with Vegan Options, and Gluten Free meals. Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Free Wifi.
Construction began in 1792 during George Washington's administration, but financial difficulties delayed its completion until 1828. Called the "Golden Link," it provided a critical early transportation route for shipping anthracite coal and lumber eastward to Philadelphia. The tunnel is open to visitors in the Union Canal Tunnel Park.
The Tabor Reformed Church, also known as the Tabor United Church of Christ, is a historic, American Reformed church that is located at 10th and Walnut Streets in Lebanon, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. This historic structure was built between 1792 and 1796, the spire, a slate-covered gable roof, and a chapel that was added in 1914.
Is a historic home located in Lebanon, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. It was built around 1772 and is a 1+1⁄2-story, rectangular log residence on a limestone foundation. It is three bays wide and one bay deep, with a gable roof, and central fireplace. It is believed to have been raised 1 1/2-feet about 1850, and according to the National Register of Historic Places records was restored to its 1700s appearance around 1978.
Was designed by George Watson Hewitt and built in 1885 by the Cornwall & Lebanon Railroad. It was then expanded in 1912. A two-story, brick, brownstone and terra cotta building designed in an eclectic Victorian style that reflects seventeenth-century Flemish, Romanesque, and Chateaus influences, it features a broad porch roof with ornamental iron brackets. The Cornwall & Lebanon Railroad opened in 1883 and was acquired by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1918.
Designed by the Wilson Brothers & Company in the Shingle Style and built by the Reading Company in 1900, it consists of two sections connected by a large overhanging roof. It is located one block north of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Lebanon station. The smaller section is a 1 1/2-story, rectangular structure that contained a baggage room, telegraph office, and yardmasters' office. It measures 55 ft 6 in by 32 ft 6 in. It has a hipped gable roof with bell cast hipped gable dormers and a two-story octagonal tower. The larger section is a two-story structure measuring approximately 80 ft 6 in by 32 ft 6 in and contained men's and women's waiting areas and restrooms.
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