Historic York Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the renovation, preservation and rehabilitation of the architecture of York County.

Building the Future with Architecture of the Past

Historic York Inc. was founded in 1975 during an effort to save one building from demolition.  Since then, the organization has grown in scope and continues to support architectural preservation, rehabilitation, and adaptive reuse of historic properties throughout York County and beyond.

Historic York, Inc. serves as a community voice for the protection of historic buildings and sites. We provide the expertise, motivation and inspiration to preserve the architecture of York County and beyond.   We identify, preserve, and protect buildings, structures and sites of historical and architectural significance in York County, Pennsylvania.  Historic York, Inc. has played roles in local preservation projects including the Cookes, Willis, Kirk and Forrey Houses, as well as the Haines Shoe House, Farquhar Park Bandstand and the Hanover Junction Railroad Station.

Hanover Junction Rail Station
Hanover Junction Rail Station

We advocate historic preservation, provide community education and assist local individuals, organizations and public officials with preservation related activities.

Join our mailing list by sending an email to info@historicyork.org.

Donations are always welcome! Please help support the mission of Historic York, Inc. today. Visit our Membership page to make a donation, today!!


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    • What was once known as The Architectural Warehouse is now a separate entity from Historic York called Refindings. It’s located at 465 East Prospect Street in York, PA and still accepts tax-deductible donations of architectural elements and period furnishings for the benefit of Historic York. Phone (717) 854-7152 should you have other questions or desire additional information about Refindings.

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