Mars in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Game & Entertainment Centers. Discover best things to do in Mars with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Mars
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Fun Fore All is the areas most fun and exciting year round family entertainment center.We offer fun attractions for the entire family.Year Round Attractions:Ballocity Kids Play AreaVideo ArcadeGreat FoodSeasonal Attractions:Go-KartsTwo 18 Hole Miniature Golf CoursesBumper BoatsBatting CagesKiddie RidesRock Climbing WallWe are open 7 days a week.Summer Hours May-August 9:00am to 11:00pmSpring/Fall/Winter Hours September-April 10:00am to 10:00pm*Outdoor attractions are open daily weather permitting.
This place is fantastic. My sons love everything; the arcade, the dark ride, the outside rides, the go-kart track, the mini golf, “shopping” for their prizes, Ballocity...when I say they love everything, I mean it! The food is good, the restrooms are always clean which I really really appreciate, and the staff is friendly. I have nothing bad to say about Fun Fore All. My husband and I enjoy it just as much as the kids! Check out their seasonal events too, like Halloween mini golf. For what you get at this place, the prices can’t be beat. We have to drive 40 minutes to get to Fun Fore All and we don’t mind, it’s that good!
5 based on 83 reviews
It’s not in the dictionary, but if it was, Go Ape would be described as a ‘tree top adventure’. That means we build giant obstacle courses up in the trees using ladders, walkways, bridges and tunnels made of wood, rope and super-strong wire, and top it all off with the world's best zip lines.We then equip people with harnesses, pulleys and carabiners, give them a 30 minute safety briefing and training and let them loose into the forest canopy, free to swing through the trees. Of course, instructors are always on hand, regularly patrolling the forests (not in monkey suits unfortunately!)The result is spectacular. The Go Ape experience gets the adrenalin pumping, gets people out of their comfort zones and above all (no pun intended), it’s just great fun.
This is a short adventure course that focuses on rope obstacles rather than zip lines. It is located in busy Allison Park. There is only minimal orientation from staff and minimal oversight as you navigate the courses on your own. The course is located in a small section of the park near the 65 acre lake. It takes about 3 hours to complete depending on your speed and crowds. It was a little concerning that they did not use helmets which is a first for us. They also wouldn't let us wear our own helmets which was even stranger. The highlight for us was the 2 swings into the nets. Parking can be a serious issue on weekends. Book in advance and arrive early to battle for a parking spot. Book an early time to avoid waiting during the course. Would have been 4 stars but the lack of provided helmets and preventing us from wearing our own helmets is very concerning and very atypical. Also the company did not seem to closely regulate how many people were allowed onto the course at a given time which caused long waits and lines. You can negate a better price for larger groups and they do offer AAA discounts. Think twice about taking smaller children here, also be prepared to get dirty and gain a few scrapes, bruises and scratches. Some of the difficult courses have alternative routes for soft fearful types.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
This is where the Night of the Living Dead movie was filmed. The cemetery is small and overlooks the town of Evans City and surrounding areas. It's definitely an interesting spot, what with all the trees growing out of the graves and headstones jutting at all angles due to shifting of the ground over the decades. A place to think about your life.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
This is a nice place with greeneries. Ideal for picnic. You can come here with your family and spent the whole time fishing boating swimming,biking etc. I had the chance to spent sometime here. I really enjoyed the fragrance of the dofferent flowers & trees. There are few spot where you can get shed for keeping your picnic spot. Children can enjoy too,running around.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This is one of those things that I enjoy seeing around Mars and when I bring people in from out of town I like to take them to see. I love a town with a sense of humor! It's a fun icon but nicely done, classic yet a little kitchy, something anybody who takes a photo with it will remember the nice town that it's in.
4.5 based on 158 reviews
Great winery with a new restaurant attached (La Vite).
We joined friends at La Vita Ristorante which is inside the La Casa Narcisi Winery. They set out several bottles of wine for us to sample. I tried the Concord, Moscato, Riesling and Niagara. I enjoyed them all, but liked the Niagara the best. For appetizers, I sampled the calamari fritti (very good) and zucchini fritti served with marinara sauce (very good). I did not try the grilled Portobella Mushroom. They served bread and butter. Salads are a la carte. I ordered the Caesar Salad (good, but small). I ordered the Seafood Canneloni ( 3 homemade tubes of pasta stuffed with shrimp, lobster, crabmeat, spinach and ricotta cheese topped with mozzarella cheese and baked in a sherry cream sauce.) I felt for the price it was not a large serving compared to what others had ordered. My husband had the Chicken Milan (breaded chicken panned seared and baked with a mozzarella topping and served on herb linguini with marinara sauce. He said it was OK. For dessert, I had the cheesecake topped with strawberries (OK). My husband had the cannollies. They were drizzled with chocolate and the ends were dipped in chopped pistachio nuts. He prefers them plain. They have a diverse menu which is on the expensive side. I guess all in all the meal was OK, but wine and friends made it special. You can just come for the winery. They have an outdoor pavilion where you can bring your own food, but buy their wine and listen to music. Check their website for events. You can sample a variety of wines inside and they have a gift shop.
5 based on 71 reviews
This isn’t your average outing or everyday experience—Breakout is for those who would rather solve mysteries than watch someone else have all the fun. With different rooms that follow unique story-lines, you and your friends will have 60 minutes to escape your adventure of choice by cracking codes, solving puzzles and following clues. Part problem solving, part adrenaline, end-to-end fun!
Game Masters can make or break the game, and our game master was a 10 out of 10. Gave us just the right level of help in hints so our game was challenging, exhilarating, and fun! We broke out with a few minutes to spare,...MoreThank you for the great review! We are so glad to hear that everyone enjoyed their experience in the Island Escape game! We look forward to having you all back for another adventure!
4.5 based on 26 reviews
We stopped here for dinner while in the area based on TripAdvisor reviews. We were not disappointed. For a Saturday night, we were seated immediately and the waitress was prompt. We started with the Pretzels App, which is three large hot, soft pretzels, about the size of a hot dog. They were excellent. However, at $9, too expensive for what we were served. The meals all came quickly, and were all delicious. The hamburgers were cooked as requested, the sweet potatoes hash browns really good. We were very pleased and enjoyed our meals. They also offered free wifi, which is a bonus.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The WPMRM is a nonprofit organization located in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, at the intersection of Rt. 910 and Hardt Rd. Our purpose is to promote and preserve the history of railroads in Western Pennsylvania through the hobby of model railroading. Our mission is: to continue the development of a museum which captures in miniature a portion of western Pennsylvania history; to expand the library which houses a collection of reference materials on railroad industry and resources on model railroading; to serve as an educational resource for the people of western Pennsylvania. This in part, is accomplished by the Museum's main attraction, a 40' X 100' scale representation of the tracks between Pittsburgh, Pa. and Cumberland, Md. set in the summer of 1952. In addition to this display, the museum also maintains a collection of historical model train sets and authentic railroad related items dating as far back as the beginning of the 20th century. The Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum holds an Annual Holiday Train show each year starting mid-November and ending in mid-January.
The Western PA Model Railroad Museum is a scale model railroad stretching from Pittsburgh to Cumberland, MD. My wife and I loved that we could recognize different buildings and landmarks throughout the railroad. In particular, I travel to Cumberland for business a lot and recognized many of the buildings in the display. The railroad has been lovingly and carefully crafted and is worth visiting.
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