Harrisburg Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Harrisburg; our list of the best things to see, including Capital City Mall, [6] and Rothrock State Forest.
  • The best place in Harrisburg: Capital City Mall

    Capital City Mall

    3506 Capital City Mall Drive
    Over 80 stores and restaurants.
  • [6]

    [6]

    222 Market St
    The mission of Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts is to serve as the center for scientific, artistic, cultural and educational activities to enhance the region's quality of life and economic vitality.
    eat nearby
  • Rothrock State Forest

    Rothrock State Forest

    which has hosted world-class mountain bike races
    Nearby Rothrock State Forest, which has hosted world-class mountain bike races, has miles of trails for all levels of mountain biking. Many of the country roads surrounding State College are also ideal for road cycling. The Centre Region Bicycle Coalition has more information on cycling in the State College area.
    restaurants nearby
  • Susquehanna Art Museum

    Susquehanna Art Museum

    301 Market St
    Harrisburg's largest art museum featuring the Doshi Gallery for Contemporary Art.
    food nearby
  • The Pennsylvania Bakery

    The Pennsylvania Bakery

    1713 Market Street
    Mon-Fri 6AM-7PM, Sat 6AM-5PM. Bakery with a wide and ever changing selection of deserts, breads, and coffee.
  • Creative Elegance Boutique

    Creative Elegance Boutique

    2129 Market Street
    Mon & Sat 10AM-5PM, Tue-Wed & Fri 10AM-6PM, Thu 10AM-8PM.
  • Tara's Bridal & Special Occasions

    Tara's Bridal & Special Occasions

    1501 Market Street
    Mon-Tue 11AM-6PM, Wed-Fri 11AM-8PM, Sat 10AM-5PM. Bridal boutique.
  • Brewhouse Grille

    Brewhouse Grille

    2050 State Road
    American style food and beer.
  • Arts at 510

    Arts at 510

    510 N 3rd St
    We are a destination arts gallery in downtown Harrisburg, offering a unique array of artists and craftspeople; most of them from Pennsylvania.
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  • Cornerstone Coffee House

    Cornerstone Coffee House

    2133 Market Street
    Mon-Thu 6:30AM-10PM, Fri 6:30AM-11PM, Sat 7:30AM-11PM, Sun 7:30AM-9PM. Coffee house with a variety of made-to-order sandwich and soup options.
  • Bricco

    Bricco

    Corner of Third and Chestnut Streets
    Restaurant is run by and for culinary students of the local community college. Gourmet food at a very reasonable price. Also has an outstanding wine list!
  • Flinchy's

    Flinchy's

    1833 Hummel Avenue
    Casual fine dining.
  • Confit French Bistro

    Confit French Bistro

    2138 Market Street
    Lunch: Mon-Sat 11:30AM-2:30PM, Sun 11:30AM-3PM; Dinner: Mon-Sat 5:30PM-10PM; Bakery: Tue-Sat 8AM-2PM. Fine French cuisine.
  • Sophia's On Market

    Sophia's On Market

    The Shoppes of Hampden, 3700 Market Street
    Mon-Fri 7AM-3PM, Sat 8AM-2PM. Bakery and cafe.
  • Aroogas Grille House & Sports Bar

    Aroogas Grille House & Sports Bar

    1300 Camp Hill Bypass
    www.aroogas.com
  • Cafe Di Luna

    Cafe Di Luna

    1004 N 3rd St
    Cozy coffee shop with great assortment of specialty coffees, teas and pastries
  • Italian Lake Concert Series

    Italian Lake
  • Pennsylvania National Fire Museum

    1820 N 4th St
    Tu-F: 10AM-4PM | Sat: 10AM-4PM | Sun: 1PM-4PM. Adult $5 | Senior $4 | Student $3 | Family $15. The Sights, sounds and history of firefighting come to life at The Pennsylvania National Fire Museum. Housed in the 1899 Victorian firehouse Reily Hose Company No. 10, the museum houses an outstanding collection of artifacts from the hand-drawn equipment of yesterday to the modern tools of today.
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  • Gallery at Second

    608 N 2nd St
  • The Mantis Collective

    214 Verbeke St
  • Art Association of Harrisburg

    21 N Front St
  • Midtown Scholar Bookstore and Cafe

    1302 N 3rd St
    Large bookstore and cafe, also contains largest academic used bookstore between New York and Chicago.
  • Patriot-News Artsfest

    Riverfront Park
  • Pennsylvania Farm Show

    2300 North Cameron Street
    Free for most events. Usually held about the second full week of January, the Pennsylvania Farm Show is the largest indoor agricultural event in America. See Champion Horse Pulling Contests, Sheep-to-Shawl Contest, Square Dance Contest, Arena Carriage Racing, Livestock judging and more. Many Pennsylvania Farm products are on display. Parking is offsite, often for a $5-10 fee. P.S: The best reason to go is the food!
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  • Gallery Blu

    1633 N 3rd St
  • 3rd in the Burg

    Downtown and midtown
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Harrisburg uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.