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York Travel Guide  

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The town of York is the county seat of York County in south-eastern Pennsylvania, USA. It covers an area of 13.62 sq km and has a population of around 50,000.
York has a humid continental climate. Its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean has a moderating effect on the temperatures. Summers are warm with an average temperature of 27°C. Winters are moderately cold with an average temperature of 5°C.
The peaceful town is steeped in colonial heritage and revolutionary history. Most of its buildings give visitors a peak into the city’s glorious past. Known as ‘America’s first capital’, it was the birthplace of the Articles of Confederation.
Surrounded by a rolling countryside, the town has a simple yet beautiful landscape. Its hilly terrain and climate is conducive to adventure sports like mountain climbing and white water rafting. Its calm atmosphere has made it one of the preferred vacation destinations in USA. 

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Reviews York

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : York County Heritage Trust includes a number of museums like the Fire museum, the Industrial & Agricultural museum, the Plough Tavern, the Gates House, the Historical Society Museum & Library and the Bobb Log House. There are galleries which hold... more a number of exhibitions all through the year and there is a permanent transport museum which displays the history of the early automobile industry. The Agricultural and Industrial Museum was built in 1889 and displays a farm machine shop, potato farming implements, automobile exhibits and more. Industrial Museum of York County is a factory museum which displays industrial artifacts from the nineteenth century and includes a machine shop, casket manufacturing, solar power demonstrations and pottery tools. Weight Lifting Hall of Fame is a sports museum which is dedicated to bodybuilding, Olympic lifting, power lifting and more. A bronze statue of Bob Hoffman stands at the entrance of this museum. Richard M. Nixon Environment museum is a natural history museum with a bird observatory, live snakes, honeybee hives and more.
Overall rating 5
Overall Guide : I, who have been in York I think Spain is better. three things: Ham, People, Country. Prefer to Spain because it is well located, neither hot nor cold, Perfect.
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