Attractions & Activities in Harrisburg PA

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  • 5861 York Rd. Harrisburg, PA 17110
    717-233-0335
    The Camp Curtin Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of Harrisburg's Civil War heritage.
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  • Mountain Rd. and Chapel St. Linglestown, PA 17112
    The Capital Area Genealogical Society preserves and disseminates the historical heritage of Harrisburg and the surrounding area.
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  • Tenth and Market Streets Harrisburg, PA 17101
    717-783-6484
    More than 400 Pennsylvania Civil War flags, returned to the state by the troops at the end of the war, are safely stored in this conservation facility, maintained by the Pennsylvania Capitol...
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  • 4401 Carlisle Pike Camp Hill, PA 17011
    717-761-1155
    Derry Church Bakery is an elegant rustic Euro-style bakery specializing in sourdough breads, buttercream cakes, French pastries, and old fashion pies and tarts. We feature a display kitchen where...
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  • 2004 State St. Harrisburg, PA 17103-1645
    717-233-3099
    An extraordinary collection of dolls and toys displayed in a life sized Victorian doll house. ...
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  • 36 E. Main St. Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
    717-697-8404
    Step back in time and visit an historic 1879 family owned pharmacy now housing a museum and a 1929 soda fountain serving lunch and old-fashioned ice cream treats. Enjoy the 100-year-old tin ceiling...
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  • Route 19039 Harrisburg, PA 17110
    570-784-8279
    Built in 1887, Fowlersvllle Bridge was one of the last covered bridges built in Columbia County.
  • 217 E. Main St. Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-6518
    717-697-6088
    It is believed that this is the oldest structure in the town of Mechanicsburg. George Frankeberger applied for a license to open his recently built log home to travelers in 1801. At his tavern,...
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  • 219 S. Front St. Harrisburg, PA 17104
    717-233-3462
    Built in 1766 by the founder of Harrisburg, this National Historic Landmark was enlarged and significantly altered during the Civil War by Harris-Simon Cameron, Lincoln's first Secretary of War....
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  • Off Market St. Bridge Harrisburg, PA 17101
    717-255-3020
    This 63-acre recreational jewel of the Susquehanna River is a wonderful place to relax and play while visiting Pennsylvania's state capital, Harrisburg. Catch a baseball game with the Harrisburg...
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