borough in southwestern Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States

Middletown is a town of 9,500 people (2020) in the Harrisburg area of Pennsylvania. The town is old, and diverse historic architectural styles abound. Middletown has everything from log houses, some whose construction is obscured by modern siding, to Victorian mansions.

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1 Harrisburg International Airport (MDT IATA)

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  • 2 Middletown Station, 270 West Emaus Street. Amtrak station short distance away from downtown and Harrisburg International Airport. Several trains daily from Harrisburg and other nearby towns,.

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  • Pennsylvania Routes 230 (Main St./West Harrisburg Pike) and 441 (Union St.) pass through.

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  • Capital Area Transit (CAT) bus route 7 from downtown Harrisburg and the airport (M-Sa).

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Capital Area Transit (CAT) bus route 7 runs through part of downtown. However, the town is very easily explored on foot or by car.

Map of Middletown (Dauphin County)

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1 Middletown & Hummelstown Railroad, 136 Brown St, 17057, +1 717-944 4435.

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  • 4 The Brownstone Cafe, 1 North Union St., 17057, +1 717-944-3301. Great American fare. $10-20.

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Nearby destinations suitable for day trips include:

Routes through Middletown
ENDHarrisburg  W   E  ElizabethtownLancaster
PittsburghHarrisburg  W    E  King of PrussiaPhiladelphia
Ends at  Harrisburg  N   S  Continues as  
Continues as    W   E  ElizabethtownLancaster

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