1255 Harrisburg Pike
Carlisle, PA 17013
Phone: (717) 243-6000
Fax: (717) 258-4123
The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center is dedicated to the brave soldiers and is one of the best museums in the city. Located on Soldiers Drive, the musuem gives World War experiences to the visitors through their recreated artifacts. Go back into time and learn about the bravery and sacrifice of the great soldiers!
Enjoy a perfect family day out at the Letort Park. Located on East Pomfret Street, the park has good facilities like well marked trails, play areas and picnic spots.
Known to be the oldest structure in the city, the First Presbyterian Church was established in 1757. It gained much popularity when George Washington visited this church to offer prayers.
The Veteran's Square Civil War Monument was constructed in memory of the brave soldiers from the Cumberland County, who lost their lives in the Civil War. The monument was established in 1871.
Cumberland County Courthouse can be dated back to 1846. It was built in bricks and features sandstone columns.
The Carlisle Theatre is an Art Deco theater built in 1939. Over the decades, it has shaped the city's theatrical culture through dramas, movies, concerts and dance programs. Today, it continues to be a prominent city landmark.
The Old Public Graveyard has interred 750 brave soldiers of the Revolutionary War and 550 Civil War fighters. The graveyard, located on East South Street, is burial ground for Mary Hays McCauly and Charles Seebold, as well.
All you need to know about the Cumberland County, can be found out at the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center. Their expert staff will guide you through the city's major attractions, best shopping places, local cuisine serving restaurants and more! The center features a gift shop from where you can pick up some wonderful souvenirs.
The James Given Tavern popularly known as the Two Mile House has adapted the Federal style of architecture. The house was a tavern and served patrons till 1857; this historical tavern was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
Located on Walnut Bottom Road, the Two Mile House dates back to 1820 and currently functions as a rental space for many private events. It was earlier a tavern and has lovely architecture and beautiful, well preserved gardens.
Amelia S. Givin Free Library was built in 1889 and features on the National Register of Historic Places. Its Romanesque Revival architectural features include hand carvings, arched windows and exquisite moorish fretwork. This public library is a neighborhood landmark.
The region of Camp Hill in the Cumberland County is bequeathed with an ancient Lutheran church site, namely the Peace Church. Dating back to 1798, it is also referred to as Die Friden Kirche and was founded by German farmers. This structure has adapted the Georgian style of architecture and is also included in the National Register of Historic Places.