Quality Inn & Suites
1095 Wayne Ave.
Chambersburg, PA 17201-2995
Phone: (717) 263-3400
Fax: (717) 263-8386
Memorial Park covers an area of 37 acres (14.97 hectares) and includes various facilities to cater to different age groups. Dotted with dense plantations, the park makes for an idyllic picnic spot with lots of shade and greenery. A large playground inside the park is always buzzing with children. Other sports facilities are also present inside the park.
Memorial Fountain and Statue is located at Franklin County, Pennsylvania. This historic fountain and statue was installed in 1878 C.E and is built of cast iron. The fountain basin is hexagonal in shape and is 30 feet in diameter. There are eight flower vases and the central shaft is 26 feet in height. The statue was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on May 19, 1978.
Mike Waters Memorial Park is found on South 2nd Street and features well-maintained basketball courts and a playground. Shaded areas inside the park make for great picnic spots, while the well-laid out asphalt track is popular with walkers and joggers.
Franklin County Visitors Bureau offers a wealth of information and interesting facts about Franklin County's rich heritage and culture. Get detailed maps for your next Franklin County trail or brush up your history knowledge as you get to know about the age-old ice-cream parlors and ancient theaters.
Franklin County Courthouse is located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1865 on a site that was originally purchased from Colonel Benjamin Chambers in 1785. The architectural style is Greek Revival and the building was designed by S. Hutton and Samuel Seibert. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 18, 1974.
Tuscarora Mountain Winery is a prominent attraction in Chambersburg's iconic downtown area. The family-operated winery offers some of the finest wines made from locally sourced ingredients.
John Brown House was constructed in the year 1859. Also called Ritner Boarding House, this two-story edifice was occupied by John Brown, a noted abolitionist. Brown took refuge here for a brief period of time. It is now managed by Franklin County Historical Society.
Roy Pitz Brewing Company brews some of the best craft beers in town. Its impressive food menu includes finger dishes, paninis and flavorsome sandwiches. The brewery has live music gigs over the weekend.
Franklin County Jail and Museum remains a prominent historical attraction of the city. The historic jail dates back to the year 1818 and remains one of the select few buildings to still survive post the 1864 attack at the hands of Confederate Forces. Visitors can explore the site through free tours.
Cluggy's Family Amusement Center offers all-round fun and entertainment in Chambersburg. This amusement park features go-karts, bustling arcade, small golf course and a well-laid out kids play section.
Chambersburg Volunteer Fireman's Museum is located on Broad Street in Chambersburg. The museum honors the voluntary services and dedication of the brave firemen of the region.
Located at Chambersburg's Wilson College, Wilson Museum of Natural History exhibits an extensive assemblage of plants, insects, mammals and birds. The museum's elaborate collection is significant for nature and geology researchers.