Welcome to Harrisburg

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s capital city, is set along the Susquehanna River 107 miles west of Philadelphia. Established in 1785, this historic city played important roles in the Westward Migration, the American Civil War, and the Industrial Revolution. The 1906 State Capitol building, The State Museum of Pennsylvania, and The National Civil War Museum are major attractions. Pennsylvania is a leader in craft brewing, and the downtown area features many pubs and restaurants located in historic buildings. The Broad Street Market, founded in 1860, it one of America’s oldest farmers markets. In and around town, many trails and streams make hiking, biking, and paddle sports popular outdoor activities.

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