Central Pennsylvania has become a regional tourist destination combining the big three of American family entertainment, a bit of history with family amusement and modern outlet malls. This complex uses an iconic castle, perhaps recalling the post–World War II Storybook Land outside of Atlantic City, as a sign for an immense amusement park.
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