Besides being the name of a Historic city, York is also the major surrounding area of York County PA. The Hub of Central PA. Just look at all it has to offer:
Known as the White Rose City (after the symbol of the House of York), is a city located in York County, Pennsylvania, United States, which is in the south-central region of the state. York is currently the 11th largest city in Pennsylvania. The city has been called an "architectural museum,"[because the downtown features numerous well-preserved historic structures, such as the 1741 Golden Plough Tavern, the 1751 General Horatio Gates House, the 1766 York Meetinghouse, the 1863 Billmeyer House, the 1888 York Central Market, and the 1907 Moorish Revival Temple Beth Israel. Other notable buildings are the Laurel-Rex Fire Company House, Forry House,Farmers Market, Barnett Bobb House, Cookes House, United Cigar Manufacturing Company building, Stevens School, York Dispatch Newspaper Offices, and York Armory. York served as the temporary capital of the Continental Congress. The Articles of Confederation were drafted and adopted in York, though they would not be ratified until March 1781.
Today you'll find York to be located between the State Capital of Harrisburg, PA and the city of Baltimore MD. This convenient location allows for easy commutes in any direction and ensures there is always something fun to see and do near home!