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Looking for a hotel in Scotland? Well, we've got 29. And best of all, the hotels here rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location.

Plenty of attractions wait to be discovered along the streets of Scotland. Among the most popular are Franklin County Historical Society, Chambersburg Bike Park, Cumberland Valley Model Railroad Club, Memorial Park and Redwood Park—all of which are worth the trip.


Where to shop in Scotland

Want to dress like a local or pick up some new duds? Head to Bon-Ton, Chambersburg Shopping Center or Kohl's. Jewelry stores like Ludwig's Jewelers Inc offer up pretty baubles and sleek accessories. Bon-Ton is a great place to pick up new footwear.

Buy the newest gadgets at Kmart. Bon-Ton stocks plenty of ways to spruce up a home or surprise friends with gifts.


What to for fun in Scotland

Scotland isn't just about culture. Say 'hey' to your inner child at Cluggy's Amusement Center. Or, better yet, let it loose as you ride the rides, chow down on snacks, and play games for prizes.

Drama unfolds on the silver screens at Carmike 7 Theatre. Spend an afternoon with some action heroes, hopeless romantics or cartoon characters — as well as some candy and soda — as you kick back in the dark theater.

Traveling can leave you tense. Luckily, the trained professionals at Warm Springs Day Spa & Salon and Chambersburg Massage Therapy Clinic are there to work out all that stress, leaving you at ease.


Arts and culture in Scotland

Some of Scotland's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Franklin County Historical Society and Cumberland Valley Model Railroad Club or Big Pine Art & Craft Co while enjoying a quiet afternoon.

Entertainment and education abound at Lions Den Adult Superstore and Franklin County Historical Society, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.

Penn State Extension draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.


Where to shop in Scotland

Want to dress like a local or pick up some new duds? Head to Bon-Ton, Chambersburg Shopping Center or Kohl's. Jewelry stores like Ludwig's Jewelers Inc offer up pretty baubles and sleek accessories. Bon-Ton is a great place to pick up new footwear.

Buy the newest gadgets at Kmart. Bon-Ton stocks plenty of ways to spruce up a home or surprise friends with gifts.


Where to eat in Scotland

After shopping or sightseeing all day, a hearty meal may be in order. Break bread and rest your tired feet at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Copper Kettle and TGI Fridays.


What to for fun in Scotland

Scotland isn't just about culture. Say 'hey' to your inner child at Cluggy's Amusement Center. Or, better yet, let it loose as you ride the rides, chow down on snacks, and play games for prizes.

Drama unfolds on the silver screens at Carmike 7 Theatre. Spend an afternoon with some action heroes, hopeless romantics or cartoon characters — as well as some candy and soda — as you kick back in the dark theater.

Traveling can leave you tense. Luckily, the trained professionals at Warm Springs Day Spa & Salon and Chambersburg Massage Therapy Clinic are there to work out all that stress, leaving you at ease.


Best times to visit Scotland

Orbitz offers some great deals all year round, but you can really stretch your travel budget during January, March and November. These months offer respective savings of about 19%, 18% and 16%.


Where to stay in Scotland

Hagerstown Regional Airport is the main hub for flights into Scotland and the surrounding area.


Where to stay in Scotland

Hagerstown Regional Airport is the main hub for flights into Scotland and the surrounding area.


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