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Pillow Talk – Lets Start a Conversation
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.
Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to celebrate National Peach Month with sweet, delicious Franklin County peaches. Local farm stands, farmers markets, and festivals are ready to share Franklin County gold -- “Chambersburg peaches.” Get ready for a day of...
Join Conococheague Institute on Thursday, August 26, for a one-time event with your child, ages 6-14. The event requires preregistration and a waiver. Step back in time to 1777, when The War against England requires a fresh fighting force. The Militia is called up at...
The Institute’s 30th anniversary Jazz Festival is scheduled for Sunday, August 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. at The Wharf, a rural, park-like property at 10141 Wharf Road in Waynesboro, Pa. The concert is offered free to the public. In case of rain, the concert will take place...
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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.
Check out what is new at the Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center & Franklin County Visitors Center
In Franklin County, you are never far from a mountain view! The new Franklin County Visitors Guide is here. Pick one up at the Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center or call toll-free 866.646.8060 for a mailed copy.
The Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center has a new exhibit–Let the Journey Begin…People, Places & Possibilities. Explore stories of freedom from the earliest days of Franklin County to the present and enjoy the Pillow Talk quilting exhibit.