York County Convention and Visitors Bureau


  • York County Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • 155 West Market Street
  • York, PA 17401


  • Primary - (717) 852-9675
  • Toll Free - (888) 858-9675

From motorcycles to potato chips to a wide array of historical sites and leisure activities, York County offers something for everyone. As the Factory Tour Capital of the World, York, Pennsylvania is host to more than 20 of America's favorite products. Companies like Harley-Davidson, Martin's Potato Chips, Pfaltzgraff, Wolfgang Candy, and many others open their doors and invite visitors to get a behind-the-scenes look at how some of their products are made.

In addition to more than 19 free factory tours, York County is a great place to explore the rich history of Pennsylvania and the United States. The first capital of the United States, York provides a number of unique museums and historic sites, including a replica of the Colonial Courthouse, where the Continental Congress met to ratify the Articles of Confederation during their nine-month stay in the region.

Toast to your getaway on a tour of the region's spectacular wineries to sample some of the world's finest wines, and watch grapes transformed from the vineyard to the finished product. Or, take a swing at one of the regions golf courses. With more than 22 choices you're sure to fine one made just for you!

York County is centrally located in the heart of Pennsylvania's number one tourist region. Just a short drive from other popular destinations, including Lancaster, Gettysburg, Hershey, and Baltimore!

For more information, or to request your FREE York County Visitors Guide, call our toll-free number below or click through to our website.

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