Historic Towns in Dutch Country Roads PA

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  • Sylvan Terr. to 19th Street, and Market to Brookwood Streets Harrisburg, PA 17102
    717-233-4646
    Built between 1880 and 1920, the Mount Pleasant Historic District encompasses the oldest section of Allison Hill.
  • - -, PA 17603
    Developed from a master plan in March 2003, the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail is a  multi-purpose, public recreation trail approximately fourteen miles long, spanning five municipali...
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  • CALDER TO MACLAY, FRONT, NORTH 2ND AND 3RD STREETS Harrisburg, PA 17110
    717-233-4646
    The area was developed when Harrisburg was "booming" at the turn of the 20th century, although some of the buildings date as far back as 1885 and as recently as 1930. Found within the orginal...
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  • P O Box 401 Oley, PA 19547
    610-987-9278
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  • 3rd St Harrisburg, PA 17120-0001
    717-787-6810
    Designated a National Historic Landmark, Pennsylvania's State Capitol was designated to be a Palace of Art. Located in the heart of Harrisburg, guided tours of the capitol are offered seven days a...
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  • Paxton St. South Harrisburg, PA 17102
    717-233-4646
    The Shipoke Historic District runs along the Susquehanna River and is the oldest residential district in Harrisburg.
  • Steinwehr Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Within walking distance to the Gettysburg battlefields, Steinwehr Avenue offers a wide variety of dining establishments, lodging, specialty gift stores, museums, history centers, battlefield tours,...
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  • Route 896 Lancaster, PA 17602
    717-687-7922
    Visit this historic village situated in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Ride in a traditional amish buggy, or an historic steam train for a step back into the past.
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  • East and West Main, West Miller, and South Decatur Streets Strasburg, PA 17579
    717-299-8901
    The Strasburg Historic District features several buildings that date back to the late 1700s. Don't miss the other architectural sites, including buildings that were part of the Underground Railroad.
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  • 1268 Muddy Creek Forks Rd Airville, PA 17302-9462
    717-927-9565
    The Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad, affectionately known as the Ma & Pa, connected Baltimore and York on a narrow-gauge line that traced a meandering, scenic 77-mile route. In the days before...
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