Hershey

For other places with the same name, see Hershey (disambiguation).

Hershey is an unincorporated village in the Harrisburg area of Pennsylvania. It has a rich history and cultural significance being the birthplace of Hershey's Chocolate. One of the village's most well known attractions is Hersheypark, a theme park that provides fun for the family.

Understand

Best known for Hershey's Milk Chocolate, Hershey thrives today on what began as a vision of Milton S. Hershey to build a model town to meet the basic, recreational, and cultural needs of the factory workers. Hershey is not incorporated as a town or city, but is actually a municipality known as Derry Township.

Get in

By plane

Harrisburg International Airport is a short 15 minutes away from Hershey, Pennsylvania. 7 major airlines operate out of HIA. Guests staying at a Hershey resort can arrange transportation pickup service for a nominal fee.

By train

Harrisburg Train Station is a short 15 minutes away from Hershey, Pennsylvania. You can take AMTRAK from major cities such as Philadelphia and New York City to get to Hershey, Pennsylvania. Guests staying at a Hershey resort can arrange transportation pickup service for a nominal fee.

By bus

Greyhound Bus Lines drops off passengers at the Harrisburg Train Station. Guests staying at a Hershey resort can arrange transportation pickup service for a nominal fee.

By car

Hershey is about 10 miles east of Harrisburg, Pa. From Harrisburg, travel East on PA-322. Alternatively, from I-81, take exit 77 and travel South on PA-39.

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Stay Safe

If you have an Emergency, call 911.

Go next

Nearby destinations suitable for day trips include:

Routes through Hershey

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