Wrightsville is a historic town in York Township, Pennsylvania.
Wrightsville was founded in 1732 by John Wright. It was once home to the largest covered bridge in the world, however it was destroyed by water damage in 1814. George Washington reportedly considered Wrightsville as a possible location for America's capital, though this distinction was later given to Washington, D.C.
PA Route 30 is nearby.
- Burning of the Bridge Diorama.
- Wrightsville Historical Society.
- Columbia–Wrightsville Bridge (officially the Veterans Memorial Bridge). This landmarked bridge was completed in 1930.
- Cool Creek Golf Club, 300 Cool Creek Rd, ☏ .
- Wrightsville Historical Museum, 309 Locust St, ☏ .
- Jim Hake's Sporting Goods, 100 Willow St., ☏ .
- Wrightsville Inn, 601 S Front St, ☏ .
- John Wright Restaurant, 234 N Front St, ☏ .
- Rivertowne Restaurant & Bar.
- Schopfs Motel And Seasonal Produce.
|Routes through Wrightsville|
|Pittsburgh ← York ←||W E||→ Lancaster → Philadelphia|