Abbottstown, Adams County, PA
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Abbottstown, Adams County, PA

Eastern gateway to the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor, a 200-mile outdoor museum state heritage area that takes you along the Lincoln Highway through south-central Pennsylvania.

In Abbottstown, the Lincoln Highway follows U.S. 30 and is named King Street through the town.

Local Lincoln Highway exhibits include a mural facing the Lincoln Highway at 38 East King Street on the north side of the highway approaching the town square and at the southwest corner of the square in front of the historic Altland House. Also, note the historic well at the northwest corner of the square. Vehicles already in the square have right of way so drive carefully through town.