Travel the trails of Franklin County through acres of farmland and forests. Trek back to frontier settlements and forts, stopovers along the Underground Railroad, and sites of Civil War raids and invasions. Woven between these stories of America’s history are the verdant, rolling hills and azure skies, old-fashioned ice cream parlors, bakeries with shoo-fly pies and sticky buns; orchards with succulent sweet peaches in July and crisp, juicy apples in October; theatres and inns, meandering trails and streams, ski slopes and golf courses, and charming towns where people still smile, stop, and speak.
Cumberland Valley Business Alliance Names Young Professionals of the Year – Includes Tourism Partners & Sponsors
Samantha Ecke, owner of Milk Bath located in Chambersburg, accepted the international ATHENA Young Professional Award. The award honors an emerging leader who demonstrates excellence, creativity and initiative in their business or profession, and serves as a role...
The Capitol Theatre is putting the spotlight on local bands with the return of our Local Jam on the Capitol Theatre stage on October 8, beginning at 7 PM. Stable Shakers will be performing a brand new show putting their own twist on Tom Waits covers and featuring...
“Letterkenny World War II Italian Prisoner of War Experience” Opens at Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center
Franklin County Visitors Bureau is pleased to host “Letterkenny World War II Italian Prisoner of War Experience,” a new exhibit in the lobby of the Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center. The exhibit showcases more than 400 photographs, excerpts of memoirs, and...
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The Underground Railroad was an important part of our nation’s history, and Franklin County was a key stop in the quest for freedom.
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