Visit Aaronsburg



Consider lodging at an Aaronsburg bed and breakfast for your next Pennsylvania vacation or weekend getaway. You're invited to step back into the 'good ole days' when visiting this National Historic District. With a population of approximately 500 people, most everyone knows each other. Neighbors wave hello while passers by are enjoying the town's beauty. An enticing antique shop, a B&B welcoming travelers, a braided rug maker offering beautiful pieces and the Museum offering a large library of genealogy materials adorn the main street, Route 45, the renowned Purple Heart Highway. A charming library, quaint pottery shop and two churches enrich village life. Aaronsburg was founded in 1786 as the first town to be planned by a Jew, Aaron Levy, a Philadelphia merchant. In 1949 a pageant was held to celebrate Levy's ecumenical gesture and inspired 50,000 people to attend. Believed to be the center of PA, Aaronsburg is thought to have been designed as the home of the State’s Capital. Rich in history, Aaronsburg offers travelers old-fashioned culture and rest, and when you choose the accommodations at a Pennsylvania Mid-State Bed and Breakfast Association inn, you can count on a peaceful night's sleep and genuine hospitality. Contact one of our member innkeepers and begin planning your stay today.
Bed and Breakfasts near Aaronsburg
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Bed & Breakfast

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Centre Mills Bed and Breakfast
●   4 Miles -  10 Minutes away.
461 Smullton Road
Rebersburg, PA 16872
814-349-8000
Email: maria@centremills.com
2 Rooms ● Rates $100.00 - $125.00
●   Step back in time and discover a very special country place