Visit Mifflin, Pennsylvania



Mifflin was founded as the town of Patterson. At one time, Mifflin, as well as the small community of Denholm lying directly north of the town, was an important stop along the Pennsylvania Railroad. Those tracks still travel through the town, although they are now owned by the Norfolk Southern Railway. Local legend holds that the railroad once considered placing its machine shop functions in Mifflin, which would undoubtedly have led to the establishment of Mifflin as an important Pennsylvania industrial center. However, the railroad placed those functions in the city of Altoona.

The Pennsylvania Railroad depot still stands in Mifflin, although it has long been abandoned. Mifflin is named after Thomas Mifflin, the 1st Governor of Pennsylvania.
Bed and Breakfasts near Mifflin
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Bed & Breakfast

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The Juniata Valley Winery and Wilson House B&B
●   Located in Mifflin
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.