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Best things to do in Penn State University, College Township

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Beautiful location to get outside and see some lovey gardens. If traveling with children (or the child at heart), visit the children’s garden. Within walking distance of creamery and stadium. ”
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Football Stadium
“For a few short weekends every fall this quaint gathering spot plays host to 107,000 of your closest friends. Black shoes Basic blues No names All game We are!”
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Ice Cream Shop
“The. Best. Ice cream. Period. They will happily add dry ice to your selection so it will keep on your drive home”
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Art Gallery
“Located on PSU campus. Excellent Art museum, often has visiting displays, and its permanent displays are excellent. Has souvenir and Book shop. Free admission, but donations are welcome. ”
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“State College is home to the Bryce Jordan Center where, throughout the year, any number of big names and entertainment groups perform! ”
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“Best ice cream and frozen yogurt around Penn State located in the heart of the campus at 4.5 Stars * on Yelp! Most Popular | Bittersweet Mint, Peachy Paterno, Alumni Swirl. Opens 7 am Mon - Fri and 9 am Sat - Sun. Free Wifi.”
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“Here for graduation? Congratulations! We are Penn State grads as well! We ARE...”
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College Hockey Rink
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“Jack Ham, Franco Harris, Kerry McCoy, Joseph Vincent Paterno... You want Penn State legends... This is where you find them.”
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“Largest "Broadway" size stage between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Showcases national and international performers, staged shows, and musical groups.”
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Point of Interest
“Mid June through early September, come on out and enjoy our Minor League affiliate to the St. Louis Cardinals...the State College Spikes! Their stadium is located directly across from Beaver Stadium, Penn State's football stadium.”
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“Get some exercise by running the nature trail or doing some exciting mountain biking (bikes provided) or maybe just enjoying a more low-key hike through the woods. Whichever you choose, the beauty and serenity of the Arboretum Trailhead is just a block away!”
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“Sub shop at 3.5 Stars * on Yelp! Opens 7 am Mon - Fri and 9 am on Sat and Sun.”
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“Home of the State College Spikes, local minor league baseball team. I find the games to be more fun than the Majors. Friendly home-town feeling. Lots of hot-dogs and souvenirs shot by cannon into he bleachers. Inexpensive”
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Corner Shop
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