Dauphin County, Pennsylvania

Archibald McAllister House (House)   [Map]
5300 N. Front St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Art Association of Harrisburg (House)   [Map]
21 North Front Street
Also known as: William Findlay Home
B'Nai Jacob Synagogue (Place of worship)   [Map]
Nissley & Water Sts., Middletown, Pennsylvania
Braeburn, Pennsylvania (Populated place)   [Map]

Bridge in Lykens Township No. 1 (Bridge)   [Map]
Three-span stone arch bridge over Pine Creek on PA 4002
Bridge in Lykens Township No. 2 (Bridge)   [Map]
LR 22033 over trib. to Pine Creek, Fearnot, Pennsylvania
Bridge in Reed Township (Bridge)   [Map · Street View]
LR 1/TR-147 over Powell's Creek, Inglenook, Pennsylvania
Broad Street Market (Commercial building)   [Map]
Verbeke St. between 3rd and 6th Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Calder Olmsted McCormick Mansion (House)   [Map]
Front Street house converted from Second Empire to Italian Renaissance
Camp Curtin Fire Station (Fire station)   [Map]
2504 N. 6th St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Chapter House (House)   [Map]
Second Empire architectural style built post Civil War
Also known as: Cathedral Administrative Center
Charles and Joseph Raymond Houses (House)   [Map]
38 and 37 N. Union St, Middletown, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Alfred's Victorian Restaurant
Colonial Theatre (Theater)   [Map]
3rd and Market Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Coxtown, Pennsylvania (Placename)   [Map]

Dauphin County Courthouse (Courthouse)   [Map]
Jct. of Front and Market Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Derry Session House and Enclosure (Building)   [Map]
248 E. Derry Rd., Hershey, Pennsylvania
Dr. William Henderson House (House)   [Map]
31 E. Main St., Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Fox House
Edgemont, Pennsylvania (Populated place)   [Map]

Elks Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
4 W Emaus St, Middletown, PA
Enoch Matlack House (House)   [Map]
250 E. Main St., Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Fort Hunter Historic District (District)   [Map]
U.S. 22, Fort Hunter, Pennsylvania
GAR Building (Building)   [Map]
626--628 N. Second St., Lykens, Pennsylvania
German Evangelical Zion Lutheran Church (Church)   [Map]
Capital and Herr Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Tabernacle Baptist Church
Grace United Methodist Church (Church)   [Map]
Built using limestone this Gothic Revival style church has one of the tallest and most distinctive spires in Harrisburg
Grantville, Pennsylvania (Populated place)   [Map]

Harris Switch Tower, Pennsylvania Railroad (Railroad line)   [Map]
637 Walnut St., Harrisbug, Pennsylvania
Also known as: HG Tower, Harris Tower
Harrisburg 19th Street Armory (Armory)   [Map]
1313 S. 19th St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Cemetery (Cemetery)   [Map]
13th and Liberty Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Central Railroad Station and Trainshed (Railroad depot)   [Map]
Aberdeen St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Penn Central Railroad Station and Sheds
Harrisburg Historic District (District)   [Map]
Bounded roughly by Forster, 3rd, Hanna Sts. and the Susquehanna River, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Military Post (Military facility)   [Map]
Jct. of 14th and Calder Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital (School)   [Map]
2601 N. Third St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Technical High School (City hall)   [Map]
423 Walnut St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Old City Hall
Henniger Farm Covered Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
NE of Elizabethville, Elizabethville, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Dauphin County Bridge #43 (38-22-11), Stroup's Coverd Bridge
Henry Smith Farm (Farm)   [Map]
950 Swatara Creek Rd., Middletown, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Hidden Spring Farm
Hershey Community Center Building (Hotel)   [Map]
2 Chocolate Ave., Hershey, Pennsylvania
Hershey Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
15 E Caracas Ave, Hershey, PA
Hershey, Pennsylvania (Populated place)   [Map]

Highspire High School (School)   [Map]
221 Penn St., Highspire, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Highspire Elementary School
James McCormick Mansion (House)   [Map]
Second Empire architectural style built post Civil War
John Ayres House (Commercial building)   [Map]
NW of Dauphin on PA 325, Dauphin, Pennsylvania
John Harris Mansion (Mansion)   [Map]
219 S. Front St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Simon Cameron House
John Todd House (House)   [Map]
S. Meadow Ln., Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Keystone Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
18-22 S. 3rd St, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Keystone Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
40 E. Main St., Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Kunkel Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
301 Market St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Feller Building
Legislative Route 1 Sycamore Allee (Road)
Legislative Route 1, approx. 1 mil N and S of Halifax, Halifax and Reed, Pennsylvania
Midtown Harrisburg Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by Susquehanna River, Forster, Verbeke, and 3rd Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Midtown Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
1302 N 3rd St, Harrisburg, PA
Also known as: Broad Theater
Millersburg Ferry (Ferry)   [Map]
Susquehanna R. bet. Millersburg and Buffalo Township, Millersburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Kramer-Crow Ferry
Millersburg Passenger Rail Station (Railroad depot)   [Map]
127 W. Center St., Millersburg, Pennsylvania
Milton S. Hershey Mansion (Mansion)   [Map]
Mansion Rd., Hershey, Pennsylvania
Also known as: High Point, Hershey Country Club
Mount Pleasant Historic District (District)   [Map]
Sylvan Terr. to 19th St., Market to Brookwood Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Old Downtown Harrisburg Commercial Historic District (District)   [Map]
Dewberry, Chestnut, Blackberry, and S. 3rd Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Old Uptown Harrisburg Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by McClay, N. Third, Reily, N. Second, and Calder, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 Streamlined Electric Locomotive #4859 (Railroad vehicle)   [Map]
Track 5, Harrisburg Transportation Center Aberdeen St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Electric Locomotive No. 4859
Pennsylvania State Lunatic Hospital (Building)   [Map]
Cameron St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Harrisburg State Hospital
Penway Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
1800 State St, Harrisburg, PA
Quarries of the Hummelstown Brownstone Company (Natural feature)   [Map]
Roughly N of Brookline Dr., Amber Dr., Derry Township, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Berst Quarries, Pennsylvania Brown Freestone Company Quarries
Rockville Railroad Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Railroad bridge over the Susquehanna River
Romberger-Stover House (House)   [Map]
Market St., Berrysburg, Pennsylvania
Roxy Theater (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
125 S 13th St, Harrisburg, PA
Saint Patrick's Cathedral (Cathedral)   [Map]
Renaissance Revival-styled church is the largest in Harrisburg, emulating in style the Basilica of Saint Peter in Rome.
Salem United Church of Christ (Church)   [Map]
231 Chestnut St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Old Salem Reformed Church
Sheffield Apartments (Residential building)   [Map]
2003 N. Third St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Simon Cameron House and Bank (Bank)   [Map]
28 and 30 E. Main St., Middletown, Pennsylvania
Simon Cameron School (School)   [Map]
1839 Green St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Sky Vu Drive-In Theater (Drive-in theater)   [Map · Street View]
813 E. Market Street, Gratz, PA
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
LR 140/State St. over LR 130 Spur and Paxton Creek, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: State Street Bridge
St. Peter's Kierch (Building)   [Map]
31 W. High St., Middletown, Pennsylvania
Also known as: St. Peter`s Church
Star Barn Complex (Building)   [Map]
Nissley Dr. at PA 283, Lower Swatara, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Motter, John, Barn and Outbuildings; Walnut Hill
State Capitol Building, Pennsylvania (Capitol building)   [Map]
Third, Walnut, Commonwealth and North Sts., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Main Capitol Building
Swatara Ferry House (House)   [Map]
400 Swatara St., Middletown, Pennsylvania
Temple Drive-In (Drive-in theater)   [Map · Street View]
1050 E Market St, Williamstown, PA
Walnut Street Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Walnut St. over Susquehanna River, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
William Donaldson House (House)   [Map]
2005 N. Third St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
William Maclay Mansion (Miscellaneous)   [Map]
Began as a gray limestone farmhouse owned by William McClay. Now a Georgian Revival housing the PBA.
Also known as: Pennsylvania Bar Association building
William R. Griffith House (House)   [Map]
Classic Greek Revival-styled residential structure was acquired by St. Stephen's in 1918 for use as the home of the Church's Dean.
Also known as: Cathedral House, Cathedral House of St. Stephen`s Episcopal C
William Seel Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
319 Market St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Zion Lutheran Church and Graveyard (Church)   [Map]
Rosanna St., Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Also known as: Zion Lutheran Church Parish House