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Plum Pudding Inn - Harrisburg We are a Bed & Breakfast experience, when it's time to take a break from the ordinary! We strive to create an old world atmosphere of elegance and hospitality, yet provide our guests with modern conveniences for their comfort and edification. We tried to replicate not only in our five bedrooms, historical themes that appeal to ones sense of the nostalgia. We are near Knobel's park, minutes from Bloomsburg, Bucknell, and Susquehanna Universities. Check the website
Phone: N/A Price Range: $76 - $150 Size: 1 - 5 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: No Conference Facility: Yes
Nearest Popular City: Harrisburg Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Bed and Breakfasts Activities: Boating and Watercraft, Freshwater Fishing, Golfing
Abide With Me Bed & Breakfast - Harrisburg Built in the 1800s near the turn of the century, Abide With Me is a beautiful and historic Bed and Breakfast located just outside the city of Harrisburg. Convenient to the tourist attractions of both Harrisburg and Hershey, there is always plenty to see and do. For those rainy or lazy days, games, television, and puzzles are available. Check the website
Phone: 1.717.236.5873 Price Range: $70 - $85 Size: 4 Units Open Season: Jan 01 - Dec 31
Kids Allowed: No Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: No Conference Facility: Yes
Nearest Popular City: Harrisburg Nearest Lake/River: Sasquehanna River Languages: English Lodging Types: Bed and Breakfasts Activities: Shopping, Wildlife and Nature
Harrisburg is the capital of the United States Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 49,528, making it the ninth largest city in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Reading, Scranton, Bethlehem and Lancaster. Harrisburg is the county seat of Dauphin County and lies on the east bank of the Susquehanna River, 105 miles (169 km) west-northwest of Philadelphia.
Harrisburg is home to the Pennsylvania State Capitol. Completed in 1906, the central dome rises to a height of 272 feet (83 m) and was modeled on that of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, Rome. The building was designed by Joseph Miller Huston and is adorned with sculpture, most notably the two groups, Love and Labor, the Unbroken Law and The Burden of Life, the Broken Law by sculptor George Grey Barnard; murals by Violet Oakley and Edwin Austin Abbey; tile floor by Henry Mercer, which tells the story of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The state capitol is only the third-tallest building of Harrisburg. The five tallest buildings are 333 Market Street with a height of 341 feet (104 m), Pennsylvania Place with a height of 291 feet (89 m), the Pennsylvania State Capitol with a height of 272 feet (83 m), Presbyterian Apartments with a height of 259 feet (79 m) and the Fulton Bank Building with a height of 255 feet (78 m).
Downtown Harrisburg has two major performance centers. The Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, which was completed in 1999, is the first center of its type in the United States where education, science and the performing arts take place under one roof. The Forum, a 1,763-seat concert and lecture hall built in 1930-31, is a state-owned and operated facility located within the State Capitol Complex. Since 1931, The Forum has been home to the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra.
Beginning in 2001, downtown Harrisburg saw a surge of commercial nightlife development. This has been credited with reversing the city's financial decline, and has made downtown Harrisburg a destination for events from jazz festivals to Top-40 nightclubs.
Harrisburg is also the home of the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show, the largest agricultural exhibition of its kind in the nation. Farmers from all over Pennsylvania come to show their animals and participate in competitions. Livestock are on display for people to interact with and view. In 2004, Harrisburg hosted CowParade, an international public art exhibit that has been featured in major cities all over the world. Fiberglass sculptures of cows are decorated by local artists, and distributed over the city centre, in public places such as train stations and parks. They often feature artwork and designs specific to local culture, as well as city life and other relevant themes.
Museums, art collections, and sites of interest
Broad Street Market, one of the oldest continuously operating farmers markets in the United States.
Capital Area Greenbelt, a twenty mile long greenway linking city neighborhoods, parks and open spaces
Dauphin County Veteran's Memorial Obelisk inspired by the classic Roman/Egyptian obelisk form; located in uptown Harrisburg
Fort Hunter Mansion and Park, located north of downtown Harrisburg on a bluff overlooking the Susquehanna River
John Harris - Simon Cameron Mansion, a National Historic Landmark located in downtown Harrisburg along the river
Market Square, originally planned in 1785 and serves as the pinnacle of downtown
National Civil War Museum, located at Reservoir Park and affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.
Pennsylvania National Fire Museum
Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, one of the largest convention/exhibition centers on the east coast
Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex, the center of government for the commonwealth and home to the state capitol building, state archives, and state library
Reservoir Park, the largest public park in the city
State Museum of Pennsylvania
Strawberry Square, across the street from the Capitol Complex, home of many state offices and a small shopping center
Susquehanna art museum, located in downtown Harrisburg
Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, features an IMAX theater
Parks and recreation
City Island and Beach
Italian Lake, 9.4 acre park located in the Uptown neighborhood.
Wildwood Lake Park
Capital Area Greenbelt
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