New Freedom is a borough located in York County, Pennsylvania, United States of America. According to some recent statistics and data, New Freedom has a population of almost 5000 people and an area of exactly 2 square miles. New Freedom was settled in 1783 and incorporated only almost 100 years later, in 1879. New Freedom is a beautiful place and thanks to its unique charm attracts a lot of tourists who are searching for peace and quiet in a small locality. If you are in the same situation and you want to spend a few relaxing days in a great place, choose New Freedom. In New Freedom you will also have the opportunity to see some great attractions of the area.
Top Attractions within New Freedom
New Freedom Railroad Station - Northern Central Railway is one of the historic stations located in York County. This was build in the 1870s and is a one and a half story building with a rectangular frame. The building worked as a train station until 1960. In 1995 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and now is an important tourist attraction of New Freedom.
New Freedom Museum is the history museum of this great little borough. By visiting this place, you have the chance to find out more about the greatest happenings in the history of New Freedom and to see a great collection of tools and antique items of furniture belonging to the early settlers that lived in the area.
Country Tea is a beautiful tea room located downtown New Freedom. This place is decorated in a classic country style with old teapots and cups and the tables are adorned with marvelous spring flowers. If you want to spend a quiet afternoon reading a good book, this is the perfect place to do it while in New Freedom.