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    Renfrew Museum & Park

    Renfrew became a public museum and park in 1975 through the generosity of its last private owner, Emma Geiser Nicodemus, and her sister, Hazel Geiser. In her will Emma Nicodemus specified that her house and the surrounding 107-acres, willed to the Borough of Waynesboro, be made into a museum and parkland. Mrs. Nicodemus wanted the […]

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    The Inn at Stone Manor

    Inn at Stone Manor -A 100 acre estate offering privacy and grandeur. The 18th century manor home is elegantly adorned with a majestic staircase, nine fireplaces, period antiques, stone terrace, large garden tent and can graciously accommodate both small intimate groups and large formal functions. Relax and indulge in the luxury of a suite at […]

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    Stoner's Dairy Farm

    Fun awaits you at Stoner’s Dairy Farm & Corn Maze. Whether visiting with a school group, exploring the corn maze under the stars, or just enjoying a beautiful autumn day in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, you’ll find Stoner’s Dairy Farm a memorable experience. We offer country-fun activities suitable for every age. Get “corn-fused” in our 5-acre […]

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    The Village Artisans Gallery

    Housed in a renovated 1875 brick church located in the picturesque historic village of Boiling Springs the gallery is nationally recognized as a treasury of American craftsmanship and artistry. Featuring the work of Pennsylvania artists we offer a wonderfully eclectic selection of fine craft & art created by more than two hundred American artists. Traditional […]

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    The Heritage Center of Chambersburg

    Chambersburg Heritage Center Displaying the History of Franklin County Exhibit Areas – Original Art – Walking & Driving Tours – Gift Shop – Children’s Activity Room The Heritage Center at 100 Lincoln Way East is an excellent starting point for exploration of the region, particularly its history. This historic building located on the southeast corner […]

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    The Chambersburg Heritage Center

    Chambersburg Heritage Center Displaying the History of Franklin County Exhibit Areas – Original Art – Walking & Driving Tours – Gift Shop – Children’s Activity Room The Heritage Center at 100 Lincoln Way East is an excellent starting point for exploration of the region, particularly its history. This historic building located on the southeast corner […]

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    Franklin County Old Jail

    The jail was built in 1818 and survived the burning of Chambersburg by the Confederate Forces in 1864. This building of Georgian design is one of the oldest in Chambersburg and was placed on the State and National Register of Historical sites in 1970. During more than 150 years of use as a prison, The […]

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    The John Brown House & Museum

    John Brown House 225 East King Street, Chambersburg, PA The John Brown House (Ritner Boarding House) was where the famous abolitionist boarded during the summer of 1859 under the alias of Isaac Smith. During this time, weapons were secretly secured and plans furthered to seize the arsenal at in October 1859. The Society was able […]

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    Allison-Antrim Museum

    Allison-Antrim Museum is tucked into the residential community on South Ridge Avenue across from the Greencastle-Antrim Middle School, and for this reason it is somewhat camouflaged to the passersby. Inside its front door though, lies a gem where one may discover Greencastle-Antrim’s Heritage. Admission is free, so it makes the perfect family destination during these […]

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    Beech Springs Farm

    Farm is open by appointment only. Beech Springs Farm is a small family farm, nestled in a hidden valley in south central Pennsylvania. It is situated 10 miles southwest of historic Gettysburg, PA, 90 minutes north of Washington, DC and Baltimore and within 4 hours of New York, Pittsburgh or Philadelphia. Its owners, Bill and […]