New Freedom is a borough in York County, Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the borough had a population of 4,464. Once an industrial/railroad town, the community has evolved into a mostly residential town.
Restaurants in New Freedom
4.5 based on 81 reviews
Steam Into History Inc. operates an 1860s era steam locomotive as well as a Pennsylvania G10 Diesel. Ride the rails and learn about Civil War history in York County. There are other events that take place including cowboy robberies, hobo runs and numerous holiday celebrations. Relive Civil War and railroad history.
My husband is a rail fan so riding each and every train we come across is a must. I found this tourist train and booked the longer 2.5 hour ride with the special Steam engine.
My husband was ecstatic and I thought the train was very pretty and photo worthy. I booked online and found that for 3 tickets there were 3 separate fees/ New Freedom Borough Amusement tax $3.90, preservation fee $3, reservation handling fee $3. So an additional almost $10 in taxes/fees. I believe $1.30 plus $1, plus $1 was per ticket.
It was a humid Sunday but we boarded and had our choice of the back car - open windows with only several long pads for the lengthwise seats or the middle car with open smaller windows but forward facing seats or the first car behind the Steam engine which had a souvenir display area in it.
We had a delightful ride in the last car as it was slightly humid and we keep cool by the shade cover of the trees along the route and a slight breeze. We enjoyed our ride very much. Water is sold on the train for a dollar as well as t-shirts etc.
You need to know that the train backs up for the first half of the trip and after a 20 min. stop at Hanover, it simply pulls forward for the trip back which is a little less smooth than the first part of the trip. The conductor narrates into a microphone along the way but it is a little garbled. I would suggest that they make a hand out to give each group as they are also a historical preservation group and this would serve to have people be able to verify what they thought they heard on the speaker.
All in all a nice ride, scenery was not particularly impressive as there is a biking/ walking path the whole length of the train so on this day we saw lots of waving bikers and dog walkers. Volunteers are very friendly and informative.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
We had lunch here as a family, and tried several different food items. Porky's BBQ pulled pork, a breakfast wrap, homemade chili, potato salad. Everything was very good, and the onsite bakery has come amazing items. Everything looks great, and seems to be very reasonably...MoreThank you for your review of our markets Mike, have a great day!
4.5 based on 98 reviews
My wife and I have been to Brown's many times over the years. The business has evolved from a fruit and vegetable stand to a variety of interests but they have never lost sight of the reason they are there. The fruit and vegetables are...MoreAwww, thank you for your lovely review! You most likely had our Chicken Prosciutto Panini with roast chicken, prosciutto, swiss cheese, tomato, garlic herb mayo and a drizzle of olive oil on sourdough.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Though the Pennsylvania Welcome Center is small, it is packed with information and the staff is very helpful. We have stopped here many times over the past 40 years,because it is loaded with city/region specific information for the entire state, and this should be your 1st stop when visiting PA.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Whenever possible we treat people to a sit down tasting of our wines in an upscale tasting room. We have a small selection of cheeses but you are welcome to bring a lunch or snack or food that you would like to try to pair to our wines. It is our focus to create award winning fine wines inspired by (but not lesser imitations of) the best wines in the world. Most of our wines are made with fruit from our vineyard. We strive to take a unique approach to each wine and each vintage to bring out the best qualities of that particular grape for that particular year. We constantly endeavor to get a deeper and broader understanding of different wine making and blending strategies to improve our product. To further this goal we are committed to trialing grape varieties that are new or uncommon to our area.
Okay so Maryland is not really known for its wines but there are a lot of wineries around and if you are going to go to one I really recommend this one. The owners Roy and Linda were wonderful to our party and made up all sorts of little hors d'oeuvres to go with the wine tasting. we were inside because of the extreme heat but the grounds looked very pretty . Would definitely go back again
4.5 based on 36 reviews
This winery reflects the quality and work ethic of its founder, Dick Naylor. Over the years the wine has, in my opinion, gotten better, especially the dry wines. They have a large barn/shed like structure for the tasting area. Concerts are held on Saturdays during the summer; bring a lawn chair and a picnic basket to hear music under the stars. Tastings are $5 for five ( I think) wines, plus you get to keep the glass. This is worth the stop.
4 based on 16 reviews
Craft brewery specializing in the production of quality lager beers. Tasting room for sampling and purchase of beers.
We were on our way to Maryland and decided to stop in. Really easy to get to off the highway. Off street parking. Decent flight selection (not too many not too little). Good prices. And sometimes they offer food. Staff member was friendly and happily explained the beer selections. Would stop in again for another flight or a cold pint!
5 based on 3 reviews
If you love watercolors of historical buildings, streetscapes, and objects, you will enjoy a visit to the John Stevens Gallery in Shrewsbury, Pa.
We visit regularly to see what's new in John's collection. There are a number of large original works for sale and well-made reproductions in a variety of sizes, all beautifully framed in real wood.
John can take everyday objects like a crock, or an old wooden wheelbarrow, or a fine old stone house surrounded by the tracery of winter trees and evoke a different time and place. If you're lucky, you might find the artist at work in the shop.
An added attraction is an adorable puppy who will greet you, and a peek into the adjacent house to see John's collection of antique furniture and decorative objects. If you check his Web site, you will see when John sponsors an open house and invites you into the home. Be sure to look into the garden to see the koi pond, too.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
The New Freedom Farmers Market is now open every Saturday from May -October from 10 AM-1PM. Located on Main Street in the wooded park next to the fire hall and community center in New Freedom Pa.
When I was visiting a friend in the area, she took me to the local farmer's market where she picks up fresh produce on Saturday mornings. It is held in a park with lots of shade trees and I was surprised by the number of vendors selling crafted items. I picked up a candle, some soaps, and a necklace as presents for family. There was also a vendor selling really good chocolate chip cookies. It is a very pleasant place to visit if you are in the area.
5 based on 2 reviews
Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania, is known for its collection of antiques shops, including a multi-dealer antiques mall and small shops lining the main steet. Among all of the shops, a real standout is Payne and Campbell Ltd.
The shop offers all sorts of goodies, from books to tall clocks, China, decorative objects, and furniture. And it's all imaginatively displayed on two levels. Everything is spotless, and the shop is well-lighted. There is a knowledgable sales person on duty. Prices are fair, and there is something affordable for every collector.
Rest rooms are provided, and weary shoppers can rest a moment outside on benches as they anticipate their next stop. Don't miss this shop!
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