Yes they have lots of history and a downtown area full of really old buildings like this 1700 Tavern
and the "The Shoe House, built in 1948, that was "Colonel" Mahlon N. Haines' most outlandish advertising gimmick. It is a wood frame structure covered with wire lath and coated with a cement stucco. It measures 48 ft. in length, 17 ft. in width at the widest part and 25 ft. in height. The interior consists of five different levels and contains three bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen and living room."
but it's not these that would draw me......... but rather the fact that York is the Factory Tour Capitol of the World.
Miss Lucy's Dog Treats
and a whole list of more like Martin's potato chips , Harley Davidson factory, Naylor wine Cellar, Revonah Pretzels, Susquehamma Glass, Family Heir-loom weavers and etc.
Well, one of my favorite things to do is take a behind the scenes tour so this is going on my