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There is a discovery zone downtown now that the kids would love. Also the all sports museum is fun for all ages at the staduim.
shrine, shavers creek reservoir or stone valley lake(trails, fishing), plenty of caves in the area, playing football on old main lawn is always fun, and we always go to rec hall and let them run around.
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In my experience, I have found that kids like the Blue Band more than the actual football game.. So go to Tailgreat in the BJC.
Boalsburg military museum, takes about 1 - 1.5 hours to tour. (15 min from down town) Go to the Penn State sports museum at the stadium as well that is very good. I would also go on campus to the mineral sciences museum and the natural sciences building. They are all about 10 minute walk from the stadium.
Hooters and then the end zone.
Thank you everyone for the tips, appreciate it. I'm really looking forward to taking them up for their first game!!!
Hooters is gone.
Someone needs to run a shuttle from downtown to Skytop. A 21 and over party bus that makes the run out there and back to campus....Charge kids a premium and let'm have a few brews on said bus.
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