3301 Black Gap Rd.
Chambersburg, PA 17202
Phone: (717) 263-6655
Fax: (717) 263-0406
3301 Black Gap Rd., Chambersburg, PA, US, 17202
- Phone: (717) 263-6655
- Fax: (717) 263-0406
Since 1980, this 20,000 square foot haunted house has been frighting visitors on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October.
Professional football team that play's all games at Trojan Stadium.
See the latest Hollywood has to offer at the Carmike 7 Theatre.
One of the oldest continually operating community theatre groups in Pennsylvania, Chambersburg Community Theatre's resident stage is the historic Capitol Theatre in downtown Chambersburg
Home of the Chambersburg Community Theatre and the Chambersburg Ballet Company, the historic 852-seat Capital Theater presents many performances and concerts each year. The Theatre is available for rent.
Totem Pole Playhouse has provided professional summer theatre to residents and visitors of the Cumberland Valley of Pennsylvania since 1950.
The Thought Lot is a spacious cultural venue that focuses on contemporary arts and artists. This venue hosts variety of events and workshops to support the local performers as well as to entertain audiences with stellar performances. Art exhibitions, musical shows, drama, art classes and other arty events are held here on a regular basis. That's not it, it also presents Thoughtful Farmers Market, that allows the local farmers to sell their produce including meat, bakery products and organic vegetables/fruits. The Thought Lot is also available for private functions and celebrations. Call for details.
Held at South Mountain Fairgrounds near Arendtsville, 10 miles northwest of Gettysburg, this county fair features exhibits, 4H/FFA judging, fireworks, rides, a food auction, and live entertainment. Held in August.
Demonstration gardens, lectures, workshops by internationally acclaimed experts, and several outside juried vendors can be enjoyed among three acres of lavender in bloom, just minutes from historic Gettysburg. Held in June.
Held annually the third weekend in September, this two-day living history encampment features recreated Allied and German army camps with original World War II vehicles, over 150 living history enthusiasts representing American, British, Soviet, Canadian, Polish and German soldiers and more.