Visit Harrisburg



Consider lodging at a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania bed and breakfast for your next vacation or weekend getaway. One can sense history and community converging in the city of Harrisburg. The capitol is deeply rooted and appreciated for the varied textures of the area’s past. The community is recognized for their beautiful capital city. Visitors can enjoy historical exhibits, one of the oldest symphonies in the country, see the history of art painted on the walls of the Capitol, and enjoy ethnic foods that take pride in home cooked specialties. Other attractions that draw visitors include trout fishing, the Appalachian Trail and the historic rail services. Riverfront Park and City Island offer a host of family fun and activities along the beautiful banks of the Susquehanna. Major Harrisburg Attractions and Events are The National Civil War Museum and The State Museum of Pennsylvania. Whatever you decide to do during your stay, when you choose a PA Mid-State Bed and Breakfast you can count on comfortable accommodations and quality personalized service for your visit to Harrisburg.
Bed and Breakfasts near Harrisburg
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The Juniata Valley Winery and Wilson House B&B
●   49 Miles -  1 Hour 24 Minutes away.
19175 Rt. 35 South
Mifflin, PA 17058
717-436-5400   Check Availability
Email: info@juniatavalleywinery.com
5 Rooms ● Rates $75.00 - $125.00
●   The B&B features three stories and an entrance way that is dominated by a wide wooden staircase, an ideal spot for picture taking. Our common areas feature identical stone fire places that are the focal point of both the living and dinning rooms.
Hidden Ridge Bed & Breakfast
●   96 Miles -  2 Hours 7 Minutes away.
1624 W. Gatesburg Road
Warriors Mark, PA 16877
814-692-7858   Check Availability
Email: HiddenRidge@windstream.net
2 Rooms ● Rates -
●   You can enjoy the tranquility and peaceful beauty of our 43 acres of woodlands, the wildlife and the surrounding area. This is an ideal location for Penn State events, Arts Festival (July), hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, antiqueing or just relaxing.