Harrisburg Things To Do (39 results)

  • Midtown Scholar Bookstore

    The Midtown Scholar is the LARGEST academic used bookstore in Pennsylvania. Our Harrisburg warehouse and shop together stock over 1 million books! Over the past decade, we have sold tens of thousands

    Book Store, Concert Hall, Shopping Mall, Specialty Store

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol

    The Pennsylvania State Capitol is the seat of government for the U.S. state of Pennsylvania and is in downtown Harrisburg. It was designed in 1902 in a Beaux-Arts style with Renaissance themes through

    Landmark, Museum, Government Building

  • Broad Street Market

    The Broad Street Market, founded in 1860, is located in the Midtown neighborhood of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in the United States. Originally established on Broad Street (now Verbeke Street) by the Ve

    Market, Food Stand, Health Food Store, Sight

  • National Civil War Museum

    The National Civil War Museum, located at One Lincoln Circle at Reservoir Park in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is a permanent, nonprofit educational institution created to promote the preservation of mat

    History Museum, Museum

  • City Island (pennsylvania)

    City Island is a mile-long island in the Susquehanna River between Harrisburg and Wormleysburg, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is used mainly for leisure and sports activities. Its previou

    Landmark, Island

  • Metro Bank Park

    Metro Bank Park is a baseball park in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It is the home field of the Harrisburg Senators minor league baseball team. The original structure was built in 1987 and it was called R

    Stadium, Shopping, Sports Center

  • Whitaker Center For Science And The Arts

    Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts is located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The center is the first complex of its kind in the United States to use science as an entry to the arts. Whitaker Cente

    Museum, Theater, Science Museum

  • State Museum Of Pennsylvania

    The State Museum of Pennsylvania is a non-profit museum at 300 North Street in downtown Harrisburg, run by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission to

    History Museum, Museum

  • Cathedral Of Saint Patrick (harrisburg, Pennsylvania)

    The Cathedral of Saint Patrick is a cathedral of the Catholic Church in downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States. It is the motherchurch of the Diocese of Harrisburg and is the seat of its bis

    Church, Religious Site

  • Midtown Cinema

    Harrisburg's independent art house.
    The Midtown Cinema was founded in November 2001 by Allen Brown and Todd Shill. For seven years, Mr. Brown brought the most innovative independent and foreign fi


  • Big Woody's Beach Bar & Grill

    Restaurant & Bar

    Bar, Restaurant

  • Anthony's Micro Pub & Pizza

    Anthony's Micro Pub & Pizza
    Welcome to Anthony's Micro Pub & Pizza. It's the area's first and finest micro pub and pizza bar and it features downtown Harrisburg’s largest selection of Micro Brew

    Italian Restaurant, Sandwich Shop, Pizza

  • Mulligans Downtown Pub
  • Mcgraths Pub

    Authentic Irish Pub

    Irish Restaurant, Bar And Grill, Bar

  • Sturges Speakeasy
  • Wildwood Park (pennsylvania)

    Wildwood Park is a public park in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The 210 acre park is known for its 90 acre shallow lake and over 6 miles of trails. The park is within the city of Harrisburg; however, it i

    Park, Wildlife Area

  • Riverfront Park (harrisburg)

    Riverfront Park is a public park in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The park runs parallel to the Susquehanna River between the shoreline and Front Street, from Vaughn Street South to Paxton Street. Riverf


  • Harrisburg Cemetery

    Harrisburg Cemetery, formerly known as Mount Kalmia Cemetery, is a prominent cemetery and national historic district in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, located at 13th and Liberty streets in the Allison Hil


  • Pride Of The Susquehanna
  • Dorothea Dix Library And Museum

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