Hotel and Attractions

Book your stay at the Holiday Inn Morgantown – Reading Area. 

Nothing is closer and more convenient than sharing an entrance.

If you are a vendor in an event at Morgantown Event Center, please contact your promoter to see if there are special discounted room rates arranged for your event.



Our property is just one Turnpike exit away from Lancaster, Reading, and Exton areas. There is always plenty to do in Berks, Chester, and Lancaster County, including:  Shady MapleSantander ArenaThe Reading Fightin’ Phils ballparkMaple Grove RacewayKitchen Kettle and Sight & Sound Theater.

The hotel is also adjacent to the Classic Auto Mall. Try our local wine at the Kog Hill winery or spend the day with the kids at Dutch Wonderland.

Onsite Attraction

Classic Auto Mall

Nearly 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles are offered for sale in this world-class consignment house located inside the Morgantown Center.

Nearby Attractions


French Creek State Park

Once an industrial complex for the fledgling United States of America, today French Creek State Park is an 7,977-acre oasis for people and wildlife.

Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park

A 48-acre amusement park for kids and families featuring exciting rides, roller coasters, live shows, water attractions and more!

Kitchen Kettle Dutch Village

Kitchen Kettle Village offers authentic Pennsylvania Dutch Country shopping, homemade food, specialty shops, activities and tours in over 40 local shops.

Hollywood Casino

Enjoy 750 of the hottest slots, your favorite table games, Barstool Sportsbook, fabulous dining, Asian inspired tables and cuisine, thrilling promotions and so much more!

20 Minutes from Reading

36 Minutes from West Chester

40 Minutes from King of Prussia

40 Minutes from Lancaster

Berks, Chester, and Lancaster County


Santander Arena

The 8,800-seat arena hosts concerts and other forms of entertainment targeted to all age ranges. The arena is also home to the Reading Royals - the ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers.

Warwick County Park

Warwick County Park offers numerous trails and meadows that offer bountiful opportunities for hiking, biking, bird watching or bring your horse to ride.

Maple Grove Raceway

Maple Grove Raceway is centered around a quarter-mile straight racetrack which features NHRA Drag Racing plus many specialized automotive-oriented events.

Sight & Sound Theatres

Experience the Bible's most epic stories as they come to life on a panoramic stage! Sight & Sound Theatres offers unforgettable and uplifting shows from Moses to Jonah & Noah.

Shady Maple Smorgasbord

Experience the excitement of dining at the United States' largest smorgasbord, featuring 200 feet of deliciously authentic Pennsylvania Dutch cooking, a stellar farm market, and a giant gift shop.

Welsh Mountain Nature Preserve

An area of wooded slopes and rock outcroppings, this land supports a diversity of plant and animal life. The overlook at the end of the White Trail has an amazing vista of Lancaster's farmland.

Lancaster Balloon Rides

Tour Lancaster County’s Amish Country with the impeccable, unforgettable ambiance of a hot air balloon as you float through the countryside. Rides last between 2.5 and 3 hours.

Marsh Creek State Park

Located in the rolling hills of Chester County, the 1,784-acre park contains the 535-acre Marsh Creek Lake, a wonderful resource for fishing, sailing, and migrating waterfowl.

The Amish Village

Get an authentic look at today’s Amish lifestyle on this scenic 12 acres of land. The Amish Village lets visitors enjoy a genuine Amish property and experience Amish culture up close.
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King of Prussia Mall

With six major department stores and more than 450 stores, boutiques and restaurants, the King of Prussia Mall is the third-largest mall in America, welcoming 22 million visitors a year.

Kog Hill Winery

Small batch artisan winery in Morgantown Pennsylvania offering a getaway at its tasting room with award-winning wines and innovative blends. Varieties include reds, whites, fruits and a dessert wine.

Valley Forge National Historical Park

The site of George Washington’s Army's famous encampment, Valley Forge is now a magnet for runners, bicyclists, picnickers and history buffs with 3,600 acres of rolling hills and miles of trails.