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Hi guys, I'm an Aussie coming over to the USA in December with my 7yr old son. Have always wanted to go to the Hershey factory and see Amish country. I was thinking of a day trip from New York but on that forum they said it would be difficult. Are there any day tours that you know about that would cover these two areas? Or perhaps an overnight from NY or DC?

Also, I hear there is a 'Christmas Villiage'. Is that close to either of these?

Thanks in advance!

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