Attractions and Points of Interest
Welcome to the City of York! Home of the School District of the City of York. The district has 11 buildings spread out over a 5-mile radius. While visiting downtown historic York, you will admire the beautifully preserved historic buildings and meet many friendly Yorkers during your travels. With abundant parking, and easy access to downtown York, there will never be a dull moment. While York is a small city, it has tons of unique locations worth visiting. The City of York has many attractions and points of interest that many take full advantage of. The City of York is truly a great, unforgettable experience.
City of York Attractions
380 W. Market St.
Opened in 1866, York’s oldest operating market.
Central Market York
34 W. Market St.
5 Brooks Robinson Way
Baseball Stadium for the minor league team, the York Revolution.
Fire Museum of York County
757 W. Market St.
Two centuries of firefighting equipment on display.
Golden Plough Tavern; General Horatio Gates House; Barnett Bobb Log Home
157 W. Market St.
Eighteenth Century museum complex including York’s oldest building.
159 E. Market St.
York’s historic downtown library with Internet access.
Murals of York
Appell Center for the Performing Arts
50 N. George St.
Concerts, plays, shows, and films. Call for information.
York County History Center
250 E. Market St.
York’s finest museum, genealogical library and historic sites.
34 W. Philadelphia St. (Central Market York)
Tuesday-Sunday 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. with extended hours during downtown events
York County Colonial Courthouse
205 W. Market St.
Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation here in 1777.
Explore York (York County Convention & Visitors Bureau)
60 E. North St.
Promoting York’s attractions, restaurants and accommodations.
Susan P. Byrnes Health Education Center
515 South George St.
Interactive health education programs for children and adults.