Travel back in time with a guide in period attire as you walk through the Shrivers’ meticulously restored 1860 home to learn the other side of the story - the civilian side of the Battle of Gettysburg. Connect to the past while you listen to the story of George, Hettie, Sadie (7) and Mollie (5) unfold as you move from room to room to appreciate what life was like before, during, and after the Civil War. http://www.shriverhouse.org/

Authentically furnished from cellar to attic, the Jennie Wade House is a shrine to Jennie and to life during the American Civil War. Just 20 years old at the time of the Battle, Jennie was kneading dough in the kitchen when a rifle bullet pierced two doors and claimed her life.  www.jennie-wade-house.com/
Step inside one of the Civil War's most historic buildings: The Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum, located on Seminary Ridge along the National Park Service's auto tour route.  Three floors of exhibits connect individuals and groups to the dilemmas which led to the Civil War, provide a powerful and personal view of the battle's first day, and show the work of one of the battlefield's largest field hospitals. ​
seminaryridgemuseum.org
Oldest building in Gettysburg, built 1776. Overlooks site where President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address. The Dobbin House was a stop on the Underground Railroad. Candle lit elegance, superior food in abundance and gracious service bring back the sights, sounds, and tastes of two centuries ago. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A truly authentic colonial tavern where guests may "eat drink and be merry."
http://www.dobbinhouse.com/
Come EXPLORE THE MANY WONDERS OF CHOCOLATE at the first HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE WORLD Attraction located in CHOCOLATETOWN, USA - Hershey, Pennsylvania! Treat yourself to an assortment of one-of-kind experiences and discover the sweetest feeling of pure happiness. Plan your chocolate adventure today - See more at: http://www.hersheys.com/chocolateworld/#sthash.fkYSfWUa.dpuf    ( about 37 miles from York)
Lancaster, PA - Pennsylvania Dutch Country (Amish)With many sights to see from Sight and Sound Theaters, to the amusement park at Dutch Wonderland, to working farms, outlet shopping, and fabulous food at the many Amish family restaurants. Ask us to help map a scenic Amish driving route for you. For more information on Lancaster County, visit Discover Lancaster. ( about 27 miles from York
Harrisburg, PA - Pennsylvania's State Capitol
Including the
Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, City Island, Wildwood Lake Sanctuary, National Civil War Museum, Whittaker Center and IMAX Theater, the miniature Statue of Liberty located on the Susquehanna river, or an old style paddleboat ride on the "Pride of the Susquehanna". Don't forget the enormous Bass Pro Shop for all of your fishing and outdoor needs, located at the Harrisburg Mall. If you are here during major holidays, enjoy fantastic fireworks from the banks of the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg. For more information on the capital area, vist the Hershey-Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau.
Philadelphia Hop-On- Hop-Off City Tour
Highlights
  • See Philadelphia at your own pace on this hop-on hop-off tour
  • Visit 27 top Philadelphia attractions including the Liberty Bell, Elfreth's Alley and Independence Hall
  • Enjoy great views from the open-top, double-decker bus, complete with live onboard narration
(about 104 miles from York)