BLOG: Getting to the 2016 Pennsylvania Farm Show
By: Leslie S. Richards, Secretary of the Department of Transportation
January 08, 2016
The 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show runs January 9-16, and this year’s centennial events are definitely worth the trip. Luckily, there are many ways to get there.
If you’re coming from outside the Harrisburg area, why not try the train? PennDOT and Amtrak’s partnership initiative — PA Trips By Train — offers a great travel deal for Farm Show goers that includes:
- Buy one, get one 40% off Amtrak tickets
- 50% off Amtrak ticket for kids ages 2 through 12
- FREE fountain drink in a collectible 2016 PA Farm Show souvenir cup
- Buy one/get one free ticket for the First Frontier Circuit Rodeo on Family Night — Thursday, January 14
- FREE Uber ride
You can also take advantage of free Capital Area Transit buses running between the Farm Show Complex and various locations around Harrisburg between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. throughout the work week. No bus pass is required!
Click here to watch CBS21’s story on finding alternate transportation to the 2016 Farm Show.
If you prefer driving, the Farm Show has several quick tips to help you minimize your time in the car by avoiding peak hours and parking at a state lot with free shuttle service.
I hope your 2016 Farm Show experience is memorable, and safe!
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