Allentown Journals

Visit The Crayola Factory

A February 2002 trip to Allentown by hottice2nicky

Paints Photo, Allentown, Pennsylvania More Photos
Quote: This is a very neat place to visit. There is much more to do than on the other Crayola tour. They have paddleboats, Two Rivers Landing (elegant dining), and much more. Call 610/515-8000 for more details.

Visit The Crayola Factory

Overview

Paints Photo, Allentown, Pennsylvania
Quote:
There is a Crayola tour in which you and your children can see the crayons being made. Also, there are paddleboats, Two Rivers Landing, and much more. There is even a place in which your kids can color with the newest Crayola crayons.

Quick Tips:

They do have some local events and coupons. Call 610/515-8000 for details.

Best Way To Get Around:

The best way to get around is by walking. Everything is real close, so I don't think you would have a problem. If you are handicapped or you need special needs, please call them to let them know.

Two Rivers Landing

Restaurant

Two Rivers Landing Photo, Allentown, Pennsylvania
Quote:
This dining area is actually for parties or scheduled events or just to eat. I thought it was beautiful. The different colors and the different setups were really nice.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on October 7, 2005

Two Rivers Landing
30 Centre Square
Allentown, Pennsylvania
(610) 515-8000

The Crayola Factory

Attraction | "Holiday Fun"

The Crayola Factory Photo, Easton, Pennsylvania
Quote:
It is so much fun for the kids around Christmas because they get to make edible candy houses. They are able to make candy necklaces and much more. They have special events around most holidays.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on October 7, 2005

The Crayola Factory
30 Centre Square-Two Rivers Landing
Easton, Pennsylvania 18042
(610) 515-8000

park a whiles away Photo, Allentown, Pennsylvania
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I enjoyed everything about this trip. The people were so nice, and they were very accommodating with my disabled grandmother. My daughter had a blast. She had such a ball meeting different kids from different places and being able to do crafts with them. She is still asking if we can go back.