Dear Diary, What’s a road trip without some yummy food? A trip isn’t complete without stopping for snacks and picking up potatoes chips, pretzels, chocolate and chewing gum. Fortunately for folks in Pennsylvania, snack shops stretch across the commonwealth. Our state could be considered a snack capitol of the country! And within a couple hours, you can satisfy your family’s craving. Check out our favorite snack stops across the commonwealth. Chocolate Hershey: I don’t think I ever met a person who didn’t like chocolate! Hershey probably never encountered chocolate haters either! In fact, chocolate lovers from around the world flock to Hershey, PA, also known as Chocolate Town, USA. Hershey’s Chocolate World offers visitors a chance to create their own candy bars and design their own wrappers. Ice Cream Turkey Hill Experience: Although ice cream or iced tea aren’t made at the Turkey Hill Experience in Columbia, you can get a taste of how these products are made in a fun and interactive set of exhibits and stations. The Turkey Hill Experience is just that. It’s not a guided tour rather an interactive experience, where you can star in a TV commercial, milk mechanical cows and whip up virtual flavor ideas. And for an extra fee, you can create and eat your own ice cream flavors in the lab. Click here for other snack stops have you made along your travels. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.