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Let's face it, momofdave, there's not a ton of stuff to do in Harrisburg itself -- I wouldn't think you need more than a night or two to experience the PA state capital, including a tour of the historic Capitol building and a stroll alongside the scenic Susquehanna River. Of course, there is loads of history specific to the birth of the United States and the later Civil War era in this region, so you may want to take in some of that if you're history buffs. And lastly, tack on a day or two to enjoy the scenic country roads of Pennsylvania's Dutch Country, home to the country's largest Amish population.
Answer this1 AnswerHarrisburg, PA is about a 2 hour drive from Williamsport, PA. Visit www.google.com/maps for further information on directions and specific routes.