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Visiting State College
State College is a great place to visit for business or pleasure. Offering excellent places to host your next business meeting and a variety of shopping, dining, entertainment and outdoor recreation experiences for you to enjoy. To get the most out of your trip, visit the following websites for more information on what makes State College such a great place to live, work and play:

Visitor Information

Downtown Improvement DistrictDowntown State College Improvement District
With over 400 participating businesses (and counting!), the DSCID sponsors annual events, promotions and other civic-minded pursuits that add value to the State College experience. Visit the DSCID website for information on local restaurants, entertainment, shopping, lodging, cultural attractions, merchants, parking downtown, events, and downtown gift cards. 

Visitor's CenterCentral Pennsylvania Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Centre County/Penn State Visitor Center is a state-of-the-art Visitor Center with staff servicing hundreds of visitors, as well as local residents, each day. Guests can find out what's happening in the area and pick up brochures on Central PA Businesses, attractions and outdoor recreation. 

CBICCChamber of Business & Industry of Centre County
CBICC is the largest and most comprehensive chamber in the county – the premier resource for anyone interested in living, working or doing business in State College. The goal of CBICC is to promote healthy business growth while maintaining the high quality of life we love in Centre County. Visitors can view their business directory, local events and interactive map.

Local Attractions

Events Calendars


PSU v Indiana Homecoming Weekend Parking
The “No Parking 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.” restrictions will not be enforced from Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 2 a.m. through Monday, October 12, 2015 at 2 a.m. The one- and two-hour restrictions will also be lifted at noon on Thursday, October 8. Read on...
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