This wooden rollercoaster blasts riders over peaks and bumps at speeds of 70 kilometers per hour.
Hearst Castle’s enormous kitchen is full of practical devices, including stock pots, pressure cookers, ovens, huge mixers and early refrigerators.
One of the most lavish residences constructed in modern times, Hearst Castle is as well a complete museum, rich in art treasures.
Splendid interior of Hearst Castle, one of California's top vacation attractions where tourists can discover magnificent ceiling details, antique furniture and Christmas decoration, paintings illustrating Egyptian pharos, a superbly designed fireplace, and narrow stairs leading to another story.
One of the world’s most magnificent palaces, with stunning interiors, antique furniture, and various statues.
Another amazing view of plunging downhill at high speeds!
Hersheypark is consist of six themed parts, starting with an part, Founder's Way, which extends from outside the main gate, to a connection where three sections – Kissing Tower Hill, The Hollow and Pioneer Frontier – encounter and make up the central and southern end of the park, while two sections, Midway America and The Boardwalk, on the northern part of the park, bordering Pioneer Frontier.
Ride the power with the highest and wildest roller coaster at Hersheypark. After ascending 60 meters into the air, you'll trace the sky before plunging downhill at 120 kilometers per hour in the aerial seat coaster train. With a Five zero-G airtime, Skyrush will give you a heart attack!