Map and Directions
We are so glad you are considering a visit to Milton Hershey School! Located just outside of scenic Hershey, Pennsylvania, our beautiful campus features rolling hills and tree-lined walking paths. Our students live and learn in a unique blend of modern facilities and historic landmarks.
Our campus is in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. It is 12 miles east of Harrisburg, 12 miles west of Lebanon, and about 80 miles northwest of Philadelphia.
Car travel to Milton Hershey School is the easiest form of transportation for most families. Public transportation to our campus is limited. Families can travel by train or bus to Harrisburg, and then take a taxi to campus.
Taxi & Ride Share Services
The average taxi fare from Harrisburg is about $75. Suggestions for taxi service include Keystone Cab (717-234-4400) and Harrisburg City Cabs at Harrisburg International Airport (717-232-5555). Uber and Lyft ride share services are also an option.
Directions to Campus
From the North
- Take I-81 South to Hershey/Manada Hill, Exit 77 (Old Exit 27).
- Follow PA-39 East to US-322.
- Take US-322 East to the central campus.
From the South
- Take I-83 North to US-322 East.
- Follow US-322 East to the central campus.
- Take the PA-743 Exit off I-283.
- Follow PA-743 North to Hershey.
- Turn right and follow US-322 East to Central Campus.
From the East
- Take PA Turnpike to the Lancaster/Lebanon Exit 226 (Old Exit 20).
- Take US-322 West to the central campus.
From the West
- Take PA Turnpike to the Harrisburg East Exit 247 (Old Exit 19).
- Follow I-283 North for three miles to US-322.
- Continue on US-322 East to the central campus.
If you prefer, you can use an online service such as Google Maps look up and print directions to MHS. Another option is to enter the address of one of our buildings into your GPS or cell phone navigation system.
Enrollment Management Center
430 East Governor Road
Hershey, PA 17033
Students and staff admire Milton Hershey School’s 10,000-acre campus. The school’s grounds are still cared for with pride a century after our founding. If you stop by, be sure to visit our most notable campus landmarks. Many of our impressive buildings were built when the school was founded.
Some highlights include:
- Founders Hall
- Catherine Hall (the “school on the hill”)