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This town's unusual name is in recognition of the mechanics who settle in this area. "A Good Place to Live" is the town's motto and you'll find out soon enough with its abundant history which has been entertaining and attracting visitors since 1807.
Peppered with old Pennsylvania Railroad sites built in the late 1800's such as The Stationmasters House, Passenger Station, and the Freight Station, this town is full of sites to see. Headquartered in the 1867 Passenger Station is the Mechanicsburg Museum Association which helps in preserving the four buildings, the historical items, and records; admission is free.
The downtown area of Mechanicsburg is filled with mom and pop restaurants and shops. Mingle with the locals over dinner at the unique local eateries and tour the art galleries on Market Street and Main Street. If you are looking for more familiar cuisine and shops, cruise on over to Carlisle Pike to find the more recent developments featuring many shops and restaurants you might already know by heart. Whatever your speed, there is plenty to do in Mechanicsville on your next visit!
- AACA Museum
- Carlisle Sports Emporium
- Fort Hunter Mansion and Park
- Indian Echo Caverns
- Pleasant View Park
- Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Park
- The National Civil War Museum
- Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts
- Williams Grove Park Flea Market
- Willow Mill Park
- Geisinger Holy Spirit
- LifeCare Hospitals of Mechanicsburg
- PinnacleHealth West Shore Hospital
- Capital City Airport
- Harrisburg International Airport
- Reigle Airport
- Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg
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