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Featured Indoor Behind-the-Scene Tours

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Step into the world of America’s financial system at Philadelphia’s Federal Reserve, home to the first Bank of the United States. 10 Independence Mall, Philadelphia, PA 19106. 866-574-3727. Cost: Free.... More Info

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Cunningham Piano Company

5427 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144. 215-438-3200. Founded in 1981, a prestigious piano company focuses on the restoration process of 100-year-old pianos. A collection of Vintage Steinway, Bosendorfer, Mason and Hamlin pianos. Free.

Intercourse Canning Company

13 Center Street, Intercourse, PA 17534. 717-768-0156. Day Trips, Guided Tours. Experience the Amish and Mennonite process of canning in the kitchen. Sample free food items including bread and butter pickles, jellies, vegetable salads, and more. Fee/Free.

Intercourse Pretzel Factory

3614 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse, PA 17534. 717-768-3432. Students can learn what it takes to make a pretzel. Hours: Vary, pretzels made during July and August. Fee.

Julius Sturgis Pretzel

219 E. Main Street (Route 772), Lititz, PA 17543. 717-626-4354. Founded in 1861 by the Strugis family, tour America's first commercial pretzel bake-house and twist a pretzel. Fee.

QVC Studio Tour

1200 Wilson Dr., West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380. 800-600-9900. Tour and see how QVC programs are brought to life on air. Fee.

The Crayola Factory

2 Rivers Landing, 30 Centre Sq., Easton, PA 18042. 610-515-8000. Experience more than a dozen hands-on activities and learn how Crayola Crayons® are made. Fee.

The Hershey Story and Museum

63 West Chocolate Ave., Hershey, PA 17033. 717-534-3439. Students can watch how Hershey’s products are made, taste a sample and learn about the history of chocolate through interactive displays at the Museum. Fee.

UTZ Snacks

900 High Street, Hanover, PA 17331. 717-637-6644. A 30-minute guided tour of Utz Snacks Factory. Fee.

Wolfgang Candy Company

50 East 4th Avenue, York, PA 17405. 800-248-4273. Founded in 1912, a family established chocolate factory, offering free tours of how Wolfgang chocolate is made and the history behind it. Free.