Like a mosaic, it's the little things that bring the culture of the Hershey Harrisburg Region to life. By little things, we mean small businesses run by generations of families or a few good friends who have a creative vision and a passion for sharing a taste of our region with guests. While you're here, make time to visit that little shop around the corner, take a detour to explore a multi-story antique treasure trove, or pack a few jars of local jam into your suitcase.These are a few of our favorite places to pick up unique souvenirs! Hint: no goofy hats and t-shirts in sight

Here's Why You're Wrong About Harrisburg

Pennsylvania's state capital feels like it's up to something, something good DAVID LANDSEL November 07, 2018 Every now and then, I have this thing where I like to drive over to Harrisburg, specifically the Broad Street Market, a fixture in Pennsylvania's state capital, just to see what's doing. Here since the mid-1800's, which isn't even all that long, not in Mid-Atlantic market terms, you will find, in not one but two appealing old market halls, a little bit of everything that you come expecting to find in this part of Pennsylvania, and lots else.

Third in the Burg - November 16th

Join us for Third in the Burg, November edition

Thanksgiving Holiday hours

Special hours for the Thanksgiving holiday are as follows: Tuesday November 20th 7am - 6pm Wednesday November 21st 7am - 6pm Thursday November 22nd - CLOSED / Thanksgiving, enjoy! Friday November 23rd 7am - 6pm Saturday November 24th (SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY) 7am - 4pm

A Day In Hip, Cool Midtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

With hipster havens in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh bookending Pennsylvania, you probably don't think of Harrisburg as the first spot for a cool, urban location to spend a day. But you should. Don't underestimate Harrisburg. The capital city's Midtown neighborhood will make you rethink what you think you already know. The neighborhood is rich with a farmer's market with an internal food court, art galleries, street art and an independent bookshop that puts the rest to shame.


The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are slowly turning colors, and pumpkin everything is on the shelves. No other season packs in so many quintessential things to do: pumpkin picking, Halloween costumes, hayrides, wineries, fall activities for kids to name a few. Do it all and more in the Hershey Harrisburg Region with this fall list that's easy as pie to complete!

Third in the Burg - October 19th

Join us for October's Third in the Burg, Friday October 19th! The Stone Market vendors, and select Brick Market vendors, stay open until 8:30 serving up drinks, dinner, sweets, treats, coffees, snacks, and shopping.

Discover the Broad Street Market

Find culture, character, and cuisine at the Broad Street Market. Take a peek at what you'll find at the oldest continually operating indoor farmers market in the country.


Spanning three city blocks in Midtown Harrisburg, the Broad Street Market is a gathering place for the community and a must-see spot for visitors looking to get a healthy sampling of the city's culture. Take a look inside the oldest continuously operating market house in the country.

Best Things to Do in Harrisburg: Broad Street Market

Founded in 1860, Broad Street Market still remains one of Harrisburg, Pennsylvaniaâs, most culturally diverse places to interact and socialize among local residents and is the oldest continually operating market in the United States.

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