Visit Marysville, PA



Marysville, PA is a picturesque town located in the southern tip of Perry County. The 2 1/2 miles square borough is bounded by mountains to the north and the south, by the Susquehanna River to the east, and by Rye Township to the west. US Routes 11 & 15 serve as the primary transportation corridor for Marysville residents.

The Borough was settled in 1755, incorporated as the Borough of Haley in 1866, and then incorporated as the Borough of Marysville in 1867.

Marysville is the proud home of the historic Rockville Bridge. The bridge is 3,823 feet long - the longest stone masonry arch railroad bridge in the world!! Construction of the Rockville Bridge began simultaneously on the east and west shores of the Susquehanna River in 1900. Italian stone masons and Irish laborers completed construction on the 48 arch bridge on March 30, 1902. The bridge was opened for traffic on Easter Sunday morning, with the first train being the Atlantic Express, No. 20, with D16a 4-4-0 engine No. 30 doing the honors. Constructed to accommodate four tracks, it was reduced to three in the late 1900’s
Bed and Breakfasts near Marysville
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Bed & Breakfast

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Bridgeview Bed and Breakfast
●   Located in Marysville
810 South Main Street
Marysville, PA 17053
717-957-2438
Email: bridgeviewbnb@yahoo.com
10 Rooms ● Rates $80.00 - $160.00
●   The Bridgeview B&B is nestled along the west shore of the Susquehanna River, with a splendid view of the Susquehanna Valley, including the famous Rockville Bridge - the world's longest stone arch railroad bridge at the time of its construction in 1903.