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198 W Main St
Strasburg, PA 17579
United States

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Visit Strasburg, PA


(??.? miles from you)

198 W Main St
Strasburg, PA 17579
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Small town charm blends with historic character in this Lancaster, PA suburb that provides you with all the area has to offer. Experience Strasburg – the most historic town in Lancaster County, and see the best

From cozy bed and breakfasts to magnificent theatrical productions to unique quaint shops and one of the largest outlet malls in the state nearby – the Strasburg community has something for everyone. Ride in an authentic Amish buggy, take a trip to Paradise aboard a historic steam train, and explore the quiet back roads past rolling hills and real working Amish farms.

Experience authentic Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch lifestyles in a fun and welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy the historic museums, discover local artists, browse the shops, and be a guest in a quaint bed & breakfast or inn. Stroll the quiet, tree-lined streets and discover the real Lancaster County in Strasburg.

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Why You Should Go...

Small town charm blends with historic character in this Lancaster, PA suburb that provides you with all the area has to offer. Experience Strasburg – the most historic town in Lancaster County, and see the best Pennsylvania Dutch Country has to offer.

From cozy bed and breakfasts to magnificent theatrical productions to unique quaint shops and one of the largest outlet malls in the state nearby – the Strasburg community has something for everyone. Ride in an authentic Amish buggy, take a trip to Paradise aboard a historic steam train, and explore the quiet back roads past rolling hills and real working Amish farms.

Experience authentic Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch lifestyles in a fun and welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy the historic museums, discover local artists, browse the shops, and be a guest in a quaint bed & breakfast or inn. Stroll the quiet, tree-lined streets and discover the real Lancaster County in Strasburg.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Paid On-site, Street

Available: Café, Restaurant, Bar, Kids Activities, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

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Historic Strasburg is closer than you think, visit Strasburg's website at strasburgpa.com/contact for driving directions from Northern Philadelphia/New Jersey, Southern Philadelphia/Delaware, Baltimore, Harrisburg, and Reading.

Fun Facts

The most historic town in Pennsylvania Dutch Country… was actually founded by a Frenchman. It was 1693 when French hunter and fur trader, Pierre Bezaillion, put down roots in one of the most scenic spots in Lancaster County establishing trade with the local Delaware Indians. 

The Strasburg Rail Road – the oldest continually operating a public utility in Pennsylvania – exists to this day. It was saved by the Strasburg Rail Road Company in 1957 to become one of Pennsylvania Dutch Country’s most beloved family tourist attractions – and a cultural icon of Strasburg.

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Why You Should Go...

Small town charm blends with historic character in this Lancaster, PA suburb that provides you with all the area has to offer. Experience Strasburg – the most historic town in Lancaster County, and see the best Pennsylvania Dutch Country has to offer.

From cozy bed and breakfasts to magnificent theatrical productions to unique quaint shops and one of the largest outlet malls in the state nearby – the Strasburg community has something for everyone. Ride in an authentic Amish buggy, take a trip to Paradise aboard a historic steam train, and explore the quiet back roads past rolling hills and real working Amish farms.

Experience authentic Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch lifestyles in a fun and welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy the historic museums, discover local artists, browse the shops, and be a guest in a quaint bed & breakfast or inn. Stroll the quiet, tree-lined streets and discover the real Lancaster County in Strasburg.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover, Debit

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Paid On-site, Street

Available: Café, Restaurant, Bar, Kids Activities, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

How You Can Follow...

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Insider Info

Historic Strasburg is closer than you think, visit Strasburg's website at strasburgpa.com/contact for driving directions from Northern Philadelphia/New Jersey, Southern Philadelphia/Delaware, Baltimore, Harrisburg, and Reading.

Fun Facts

The most historic town in Pennsylvania Dutch Country… was actually founded by a Frenchman. It was 1693 when French hunter and fur trader, Pierre Bezaillion, put down roots in one of the most scenic spots in Lancaster County establishing trade with the local Delaware Indians. 

The Strasburg Rail Road – the oldest continually operating a public utility in Pennsylvania – exists to this day. It was saved by the Strasburg Rail Road Company in 1957 to become one of Pennsylvania Dutch Country’s most beloved family tourist attractions – and a cultural icon of Strasburg.

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