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Lancaster Countys Visitor Guide A publication of

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VISITING LANCASTER

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Welcome
to Lancaster County
To look even briefly at the history of Lancaster County is to
glimpse illustrious people and important events that are at
the center of Americas development as a nation.
A part of Penns Woods, chartered to William Penn in 1681,
this areas first permanent colony was established soon after
1700 by Swiss Mennonites led by Hans Herr. German Mennonites, French Huguenots, Welsh and English (many of whom
were Quakers) and Scots-Irish soon followed.
Lancaster County was the fourth county named in Pennsylvania, separating from Chester County in 1729. Local Indian
tribes, most notably the Susquehannocks, traded with the
settlers. That properous trade, plus Lancasters strategic location, made it a natural gateway to the West.
More than two centuries later, Lancaster County is not so
much a gateway as a destination in and of itself attracting visitors to its picturesque, fertile farmlands, historic sites,
vibrant arts community, amusements, world-class entertainment venues, restaurants, specialty shops and outlets.
Use this guide to get you started on your visit, and enjoy
your stay in Lancaster County.

FAST FACTS
uLancaster is one of the oldest inland
cities in the United States
uLancaster was our nations capital for
one day when the Continental Congress
met here in September 1777
uFamous Lancaster County residents:
George Ross, a signer of the
Declaration of Independence and uncle of
Betsy Ross
Revolutionary War Gen. Edward Hand
Abolitionist Thaddeus Stevens
Civil War Gen. John F. Reynolds
Robert Fulton, inventor of the
steamboat
James Buchanan, 15th president of the
United States
uThe Fulton Opera House in Lancaster
is Americas oldest theater in continuous
operation
uMilton Hershey began his candy making
career in Lancaster with the Lancaster
Caramel Company
uLancaster is named for Lancashire,
England. Its symbol is the red rose

t Penn Square in downtown


Lancaster at night.

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Events
Lancaster city
Fridays
Tour the towns
Fun for families
Food for thought
Places to dine
What to do

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Events
Check out these events in Lancaster County this
spring and summer:

APRIL
MUD SALES
A benefit for local volunteer fire companies,
the sales are so named because many of them are
held outside on grounds that are muddy from the
spring thaw.
You can find everything from furniture and quilts
to livestock and tools at these events. Theyre also a
great place to sample Lancaster County foods, like
soups, baked goods and chicken barbecue.
Mud sales begin the end of February, but you can
still catch a few this season:
April 4: Robert Volunteer Fire Company, 2271 Robert Fulton Highway (Routes 272 and 222), Peach
Bottom. 548-8995
April 11: Rawlinsville Volunteer Fire Company, 33
Martic Heights Drive, Holtwood. 284-3023
May 16: Weaverland Valley Volunteer Fire Company, Terre Hill Community Park,
210 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill.
717-445-5072
June
26:
Lancaster
County Carriage and
Antique Auction, Birdin-Hand Volunteer Fire
Company, across from the
Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant, Route 340, Bird-inHand. 717-392-0112

LAUNCH MUSIC CONFERENCE


AND FESTIVAL
April 23-26: Nearly 200 artists from all over the
country, representing a variety of musical styles
from rock to folk, from pop to
punk, from country to funk
descend on downtown Lancaster.
By day, industry professionals and artists meet
and network during seminars and panel discussions. But nighttime is the
real draw for music fans,
when artists perform at various venues in a three-block radius.
launchmusicconference.com

MAY
SPRING GULCH FOLK FESTIVAL
May 14-17: A weekend of music, sing-along campfires, workshops, dancing and crafts at Spring Gulch
Resort Campground, 475 Lynch Road, New Holland.
springgulch.com

SERTOMA CHICKEN BARBECUE


May 16: Certified by the Guinness Book of World
Records as the largest chicken barbecue in the world,
this annual event cooks up 25,000 complete chicken
dinners at Longs Park, Route 30, across from Park
City Center.
Proceeds from the event, a project of the Lancaster Sertoma Club, go toward beautification of
the park and numerous other community projects.
lancastersertomabbq.com

JUNE

TASTE OF THE RIVER TOWNS

LANCASTER SUMMER ARTS FESTIVAL

April 12: This restaurant fair at St. Johns Herr Estate, 200 Luther Lane, Columbia, offers tastings
from a variety of local eateries. The ticketed event
features open seating from 4 to 6:30 p.m. For tickets,
call 717-684-5249.
parivertowns.com

June-August: Noontime concerts, art exhibits, a


film series and childrens programming are all part
of this 52-year-old tradition that keeps downtown
Lancaster bustling both day and night in the summer months. And best of all, its all free.
EVENTS, page 6

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Events

AUGUST

Continued from 5

NEW HOLLAND SUMMER FEST


PENNSYLVANIA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
BAR-B-Q COOK-OFF

CELEBRATE
LANCASTER
June 26: A celebration of culture and diversity with two stages
of music, over 20 food vendors along North Queen Street
and in Lancaster Square, two beer/wine areas and
fireworks from atop the Duke Street Parking Garage.
visitlancastercity.com

JULY
4TH OF JULY IN LITITZ SPRINGS PARK
July 3: Patriotic parade and concert by Flamin
Dick and the Hot Rods.
July 4: 198th Fourth of July celebration, this year
with the theme Red, White and Cool. The daylong
event features entertainment, a baby parade, the
Queen of Candles Pageant, games, food and fireworks.
lititz4thofjuly.com

LONGS PARK FOURTH OF JULY


July 5: The U.S. Army Band performs a free patriotic concert, followed by a cannon brigade and fireworks.
longspark.org

U.S. WOMENS OPEN


July 6 - July 12: The oldest and biggest championship in womens professional golf comes to Lancaster County this summer, with tee off at the Lancaster
Country Club, 1466 New Holland Pike.
womensopenlancaster.com

LITITZ OUTDOOR FINE ART SHOW


July 25: The juried show, sponsored by the Village
Art Association of Lititz, is held in Lititz Springs Park.
thevaaoflititzpa.com

Aug. 28-29: Dozens of teams will compete in the


Kansas City Barbecue Society certified state championship cook-off. The two-day event also includes
a Kids Q barbecue competition, childrens activities,
musical entertainment and food vendors.
nhsummerfest.org

ELIZABETHTOWN FAIR
Aug. 24-29: Fall fair season kicks off with this
week-long event featuring food, agriculture, music
and a baby/toddler parade.
etownfair.com

SEPTEMBER
Fair season continues:

DENVER FAIR
Sept. 8-12:
thedenverfair.com

SOLANCO FAIR
Sept. 16-18:
solancofair.com

EPHRATA FAIR
Sept. 22-26: The largest street fair in Pennsylvania.
ephratafair.org

WEST LAMPETER COMMUNITY FAIR


Sept. 23-25: westlampeterfair.com

NEW HOLLAND FARMERS FAIR


Sept. 30-Oct. 3: pcrdesigns.net/nhf

OCTOBER
MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW
Oct. 5-9: manheimfarmshow.org

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LancasterCity
Any visit to Lancaster County must
include a visit to the city of Lancaster,
where a rich history dating to the 1700s
meets a vibrant and sophisticated entertainment and arts scene.
Lancaster was incorporated as a city
in 1818. Its original boundaries, set in
1742, extended one mile in each direction from Penn Square and remained fixed until
a series of annexations began in 1947. Lancaster was
an important 18th-century settlement on the primary
route of westward expansion and a regional center
serving the surrounding agricultural community.
Today, Lancaster City is an architectural gem. Stroll
down any street, in any direction and you will find
historic buildings reflecting different architectural
styles and periods. Youll also find a fantastic art
community with more than 90 art venues, shopping,
over 300 places to dine, and cultural and entertain-

Established in 1976

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GUIDED TOURS
DAILY AT 1:00 PM
Market Days

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday


10 AM and 1 PM
April through October
November Tours
Friday and Saturday
10 AM and 1 PM
Group and Theme Tours by Request
Adult
$7.00
Senior
$6.00
Child 6-18 $1.00
38 Penn Square, Lancaster PA 17603
Just Across the Alley from Central Market

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HISTORY
Penn Square: Lancasters
geographic and
civic hub features the Soldiers
and Sailors Monument, erected in 1874 to honor
those who fought in the Civil War.
South Queen Street: One block south of Penn
Square youll find buildings with connections to the
American Revolution and the abolition of slavery
as you view a Georgian townhouse, a Federal mansion and a complex of buildings linked to the Underground Railroad.
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PARKING

PARKS

WATER ST.
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PRINCE ST.
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LancasterCity
Continued from 7

Old Town: Along East Vine Street, Old Town is one


of the citys earliest areas of development during
Colonial times. Highlights include a converted stone
stable, the former home of Lancasters premier portrait painter Charles Demuth and a Classical Revival
mansion.
Central Market: In 1730, Andrew Hamilton and his
wife, Ann, conveyed property on West King Street
from their private estate in trust to erect a market
in Lancaster. Several market houses have been constructed on the site. The countrys oldest farmers
market currently occupies a 120-year-old red brick
building where you can find regional specialties like
sausage, scrapple, headcheese, preserves and bread
and butter pickles, along with souvenirs.
Wheatland: 19th-century home of James Buchanan, the 15th president of the United States. Living history re-enactments are held every Saturday.

SHOPPING
Downtown Lancaster and the northwest part of

the city are home to more than


250 shops and boutiques.
North Queen Street: Retailers
here offer diverse and eclectic merchandise ranging from antiques
and groovy home dcor to custom-made jewelry and accessories,
along with a variety of culinary options, a glass studio,
art galleries, cafes and a
collection of indoor shops.
Merchant Row: Downtowns historic East Side
is a shopping destination
offering everything from
ethnic cuisine to designer
clothing, consignment treasures to exquisite pastries.

ENTERTAINMENT
Fulton Theatre, 12 N. Prince St.: This 19th century
National Historic Landmark offers a full season of
plays and musicals.
LANCASTER, page 21

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TGIF

Fridays in Lancaster County


are cause for celebration
First there were First Fridays, and then there were
Second and Third Fridays. After that came Fourth
Fridays in five different towns.
Its enough to make you say, TGIF.
If youre in Lancaster County on a Friday, theres
always somewhere to go.

FIRST FRIDAY
It all began with First Friday in Lancaster in the
early 2000s. Gay and Dennis Cox had opened City
Folk Gallery on North Prince Street, with the idea of
transforming that block into Gallery Row. First Fridays were an effective way to get people out and
about on Fridays to discover the burgeoning arts
community.
All they had to do was put out a bottle of wine and
some cheese and crackers. If you feed them, they will
come. It suddenly became trendy to take a look at
the art, too.
Years later, First Fridays in Lancaster are still a huge
success. Not only do the art galleries attract people
to check out the art and sample a few tasty bites,
but restaurants, theaters and shops in downtown
Lancaster are thriving as well. It seems the place to
be on the first Friday of any month.
Gallery Row did indeed turn into the destination
that was first imagined, with an ever-growing lineup of galleries that includes Annex 24 Gallery, Arctic
Sun Gallerie, Artisans Gallery, Christiane David Gallery, Cindy Schlosser Gallery on Market, D&J Scott
Galleries, Franz Fox Studios and Gallery, Freiman
Stoltzfus Gallery, Friendship Heart Gallery, Isadore
Gallery, Julia Swartz Art Gallery, Lancaster Galleries,
Liz Hess Gallery, Mio Studio, Pennsylvania Guild of
Craftsmen, Red Raven Art Company, Sohotogo and
Todd Snader Gallery.
And Gallery Row isnt just on Prince Street. Its all
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Fridays

Lititz Fire and Ice Festival.

Continued from 10

over the city.


But downtown Lancaster isnt the only Friday
destination.

SECOND FRIDAY
On the second Friday of the month, Lititz is the
place to be, even in the rain and in the cold. In
February, Second Friday means the annual Fire
and Ice Festival, with ice sculptures lining the
streets, music and dancing, and the annual chili
cook-off.
In summer and fall, Second Fridays in Lititz are fullfledged festivals, with music, food and shops that
welcome customers who cant get in from 9 to 5.
Nearly all of the downtown shops are open late, with
special events to lend to the party atmosphere.

THIRD FRIDAY
Back in 2007, Ephrata adopted its own Third Fridays a Charm, drawing people to town on the third
Friday of the month.
And downtown Lancaster comes alive with the
sound of music on Music Fridays, every third Friday
of the month. The City of Lancaster Office of Promotion (LOOP), Music For Everyone and Series 42
are hosting a special concert series for 2015 Music
Fridays. During the fall/winter months concerts will
be held indoors, during the spring/summer months,
concerts will be held in Binns Park.

FOURTH FRIDAY
Heading west, communities like Mount Joy, Columbia, Marietta and Wrightsville could hardly ignore the
success of first and second Fridays.
It seemed like a good idea for Columbia to have
its own Fourth Friday, says Cle Berntheizel of Garth
Gallery in Columbia.
So was born Fourth Friday in the river towns of Columbia, Marietta and Wrightsville, celebrating their
history and arts.
On Fourth Fridays from 5 to 9 p.m., restaurants,
shops and attractions open their doors for special
events, tours and exhibits. In Columbia, that includes

WHERE TO GO
n First Friday: Downtown Lancaster
n Second Friday: Lititz
n Third Friday: Ephrata, Lancaster
n Fourth Friday: Columbia, Marietta,
Wrightsville, Mount Joy

Garths, Bullys Restaurant & Pub, Geltz Gotz Goodeze, Grammas Home Accents, Hazels House Antiques, Trins Beans, Hinkles Pharmacy, Jonal Gallery
and Alverta Arts Shop, Keagys Produce, Prudhommes Lost Cajun Kitchen, Susquehanna Center for the
Creative Arts, Susquehanna Glass Factory and Watermelon Rind.
Across the Susquehanna River, Wrightville offers
John Wright Restaurant and Weavings Ink Gallery.
Heading north on the river, Mariettas attractions include McClearys Public House, Shanks Tavern, Burning Bridge Tavern and Half Nuts Popcorn Co.
Mount Joy also laid claim to Fourth Friday, with
a variety of themes for each month. Most shops in
Mount Joy stay open on Friday evenings. While summer and fall are the busiest Fourth Fridays, Januarys
Death by Chocolate and Fire & Ice Festival prove that
even chilly weather will bring them out, if its chocolate or ice sculptures.

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Tour the
Towns

Lancaster Countys rich history extends far beyond


the city limits. Here are some other places you wont
want to miss during your stay here:

LITITZ
Picture a pleasant stroll along tree-lined streets,
with unique attractions, specialty and antique shops,
boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops and museums.
The earliest settlers of Lititz were Swiss-German
Mennonites who in 1710 fled religious persecution in
Europe. They were quickly followed by the Moravians and Amish. They built stone mills, wooden covered bridges and log homes.
Many 18th-century buildings have been wonderfully restored and can be enjoyed as you walk through
town. And dont forget to take some time to relax in
Lititz Springs Park.
Some sites to see:
uLititz Welcome Center and Train Station Replica, North Broad Street, at the entrance to Lititz
Springs Park.
uJulius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery, 219 E. Main St.
Home of the first commercial pretzel bakery in
America. Take a tour and visit the bakery store.
uThe Lititz Moravian Church, 8 Church Square.
The Lititz Moravian congregation was organized on

Feb. 19, 1749. The current church building was built


in 1787.
uWilbur Chocolate Company, North Broad
Street. See how the chocolate is made, buy some
sweets in the Candy Store and visit the Candy Americana Museum.

EPHRATA
Ephrata has its roots in a religious community
founded on the banks of the Cocalico Creek in 1732
by a German dissident named Conrad Beissel.
What began as a hermitage for a small group of
devoted individuals grew into a thriving community
of nearly 80 celibate members supported by an estimated 200 family members at its zenith in the mid18th century.
Beissels theology, a hybrid of pietism and mysticism, encouraged celibacy, Sabbath worship, Anabaptism and the ascetic life. The community became
known for its a cappella music, calligraphy known as
Frakturschriften and a complete publishing center,
including paper mill, printing office and book bindery.
The community quickly declined after Beissels
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death in 1768. Today, the cluster of dormitories,


workshops and mills is a National Historic Landmark.
By the mid-19th century, Ephrata had become a
pleasure resort community thanks to its natural mineral springs. The former Mountain Springs Hotel, on a
ridge overlooking the center of town, became a spa
resort destination for high society, including several
U.S. presidents.
Some sites to see:
uEphrata Cloister, 632 W. Main St. Guided and
self-guided tours available, plus picnic tables and a
museum store.
uGreen Dragon Farmers Market, 955 N. State St.
One of the largest farmers markets in the area, the
Green Dragon features indoor and outdoor shopping
every Friday on its 30-acre site.
uTen Thousand Villages, 240 N. Reading Road.
One of the largest fair trade organizations offers a
unique international shopping experience, featuring the work of artisans from developing countries,
along with a cafe.
ADAMSTOWN
Lancaster County has plenty of hidden treasures,
from historic sites to nature spots. But if you really
want to hunt for treasure, head for Adamstown.
With dozens of antiques shops and flea markets,
and thousands of dealers along a seven-mile stretch

of Route 272, this small town on the countys northeast edge has clearly earned the name Antiques
Capital USA.
Adamstown offers a variety of shopping experiences, from individual shops to multi-dealer malls to
outdoor markets. Some offer a wide range of wares;
others specialize in items such as clothing, furniture,
garden, or architectural pieces.
Shops have their own days and hours of operation.
To plan your trip, visit antiquescapital.com for a listing of antiques shops and their hours, along with information on restaurants, lodging and special events.
INTERCOURSE
Located on Route 340, east of Lancaster, the village of Intercourse is both a tourist attraction and a
place where Amish, Mennonite and other local folks
do their shopping.
With more than 100 shops, restaurants and galleries, you can easily spend the day.
When you tire of walking, climb into a horse-drawn
wagon or buggy for a ride through the surrounding
countryside.
Some sites to see:
uKitchen Kettle Village, 3529 Old Philadelphia
Pike. A village of 42 shops, restaurants and lodging
where you can find unique gifts, watch jams and jellies being made and sample a variety of foods.
uIntercourse Canning Co., 13 Center St. Tempt
your taste buds with a variety of pickles, vegetables,
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relishes, salads, jams and jellies. Kitchen canning


demonstrations, too.
uMennonite Information Center, 2209 Millstream
Road, Lancaster. Delve deeper into the Amish and
Mennonite culture.

The River Towns


COLUMBIA
Once known as the Gateway to the West, Columbia
was called Wrights Ferry and the ferry boat was the
only means of transportation across the river.
Columbia has been part of numerous historical
events, most notably the burning of the bridge on
June 28, 1863, an effort to halt the Confederate advance toward Philadelphia during the Civil War.
The towns historic architecture is recognized in the
National Historic Register. Columbia also has established itself an antiques center, with numerous antique co-ops as well as smaller shops and galleries.
Some sites to see:
uWrights Ferry Mansion, 38 S. Second St. Historic 1738 home owned by English Quaker and poet
Susanna Wright.
uNational Watch and Clock Museum, 514 Poplar
St. Experience the evolution of timekeeping around

the world.

MARIETTA
In Colonial days, Marietta was a Susquehanna River

crossing town known as Andersons Ferry.


Thanks to river commerce and the Pennsylvania
Railroad, the town became a thriving lumbering and
iron smelting center.
Mariettas early grandeur produced handsome Federal and Victorian homes that, now restored, have
earned it the designation of National Historic District.
Some sites to see:
uShanks Tavern, 36 S. Waterford Ave. Founded
by a retired ferryboat captain, Lancaster Countys
oldest continuously operating tavern recently celebrated its 200th anniversary.
uHaldeman Mansion, 230 Locust Grove Road,
Bainbridge. The childhood home of renowned scientist and professor Samuel Haldeman is now a local
history and Native American museum.

WRIGHTSVILLE
Located on the western banks of the Susquehanna
River in York County, Wrightsville is rich in history
and beauty.
One of the oldest buildings in Wrightsville is the
Wrightsville House at Locust and Front streets, which
received the Best Historic Preservation Award from
the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission.
Some sites to see:
uBurning of the Bridge Diorama, 124 Hellam St.
Tells of the burning of the Wrightsville-Columbia
Bridge, one of the longest covered bridges in the
world, to stop the eastern advance of Lees army.
uHistoric Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust St.
Built in 1871, the former home of John and Mary Redman features exhibits on the history of the town.

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Fun
for
families
From farms to trains to amusements and more,
Lancaster County is a great place to visit with kids.
Here are 9 suggestions for family fun:
Dutch Wonderland
This 48-acre amusement park has dozens
of rides, including roller coasters and water
coasters, live shows and Exploration Island,
featuring a dozen animatronic dinosaurs.
dutchwonderland.com
Hands-on House
This interactive childrens museum geared toward ages 2-10 encourages youngsters and
parents to learn together.
handsonhouse.org
Turkey Hill Experience
Learn how Turkey Hill ice cream is made, milk
a mechanical cow, create your own virtual ice
cream then bring it to life in the taste lab. Free
samples of ice cream and iced tea products.
turkeyhillexperience.com
Trains
Strasburg is the headquarters for the train enthusiasts in your family. At the Strasburg Rail
Road (strasburgrailroad.com), you can take
a 45-minute ride through farm country on a steam
locomotive, try your hand at a gas-powered pump
car or tour the mechanical shop. The nearby National Toy Train Museum (nttmuseum.org) features
five interactive operating layouts. An outdoor train
yard, plus a collection of locomotives rail cars and
artifacts await at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania (rrmuseumpa.org). And the Choo Choo Barn
(choochoobarn.com) features a 1,700-square-foot
model railroad display.

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Lancaster Science Factory


Spark your childs imagination and inspire
their passion for science, math and technology.
lancastersciencefactory.org
Visit a farm
Numerous Lancaster County farms welcome
visitors for fun and educational activities.
Among them: Cherry Crest Adventure Farm in Ronks
(cherrycrestfarm.com), features a farm animal center,
guided wagon tour, corn maze and more; Barnyard
Kingdom (barnyardkingdom.com) offers corn maze,
petting zoo, pig races and more.
Pick-your-own
Go right to the source for a taste of Lancaster
County produce. Strawberry season in early
June is the perfect time to visit a farm that allows customers to pick their own fruit. Some options
include Brecknock Orchard in Mohnton (brecknockorchard.com), Brook Lawn Farm Market north of
Lancaster (brooklawnfarmmarket.com), Myers Pick
Your Own Strawberries in Manheim (facebook.com/
myersstrawberries) and Shenks Berry Farm in Lititz
(shenkberryfarm.com).
Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania
This secure 22-acre facility north of Lititz is
home to more than 40 wolves. Tours are offered on weekends.
wolfsancpa.org
Lancaster County Parks
Lancaster County has six regional parks and
three recreational trails, ranging from urban
to rural settings.
lancastercountyparks.org

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LancasterCity
Continued from 9

The Ware Center , 42 N. Prince St., now part of Millersville University, is a burgeoning music venue in the
city. Here, classic music meets jazz meets
performers as diverse as
old-time barbershop and
sultry Latino.
Chameleon Club,
223 N. Water St.: Rising
bands and comeback
bands take the stage at
this 28-year-old club.
Tellus360, 24 E. King St.:
Part Irish pub, part caf
and part music venue, Tellus360 offers an eclectic
mix of music, from Irish to
reggae to salsa and more.

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DOWNTOWN LANCASTER VISITORS CENTER.


Youll find informative brochures and maps, expert advice, coupons, tickets and self-guided audio
tours. Friendly travel consultants are happy to help
you reserve theater tickets, suggest restaurants,
find last-minute lodging or
discover those special outof-the-way places. 5 W.
King St. 800-PA-DUTCH.
padutchcountry.com

t The Lancaster
Symphony Orchestra
performs at the
Fulton Opera House.

FRESH SEAFOOD
HOMEMADE DESSERTS
4,000 sq. ft. patio overlooking
the Conestoga River

Located across the


street from the
courthouse and directly
behind city hall

LANCASTERS Best
Friday Happy Hour and Saturday Karaoke

680 Mill
Millcross Road
R d Lancaster
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717.390.8777

MON-THURS: 4PM - 12A


12AM
FRI-SAT: 11AM - 1AM
SUN: 11AM - 10PM

W W W . T H E WAT E R F R O N T L A N C A S T E R . C O M

FRIDAY
LIVE AT 5
Live music in
the courtyard
5-9PM

SATURDAY
Karaoke
10PM-1AM

7 MARION COURT, LANCASTER, PA

SUNDAY
New Orleans
live music program
3-6PM

717.399.1970

Hours: Sunday 5PM - 2AM Monday - Saturday NOON - 2AM

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Food for thought . . .


Food is a big part of who we are
in Lancaster County, whether its
the bounty of fresh produce grown
on our farms or the host of tasty
regional specialties cooked up
in our kitchens. If youre visiting
Lancaster County, here are some
foods you dont want to miss:
WHOOPIE PIES
Legend has it that when children and even farmers found this treat in their lunch pail, theyd yell out
Whoopie! These sweet treats - a creamy center
sandwiched between two cake-like cookies - are a
Lancaster County favorite. They typically come in
chocolate with a vanilla cream filling, but there are
many variations, from red velvet to pumpkin.
WILBUR BUDS
More than a decade before Hershey
introduced the Kiss, H.O. Wilbur
and Sons in Lititz introduced the
Wilbur Bud. The creamy chocolates in the shape of flower buds
are made with the same recipe today
as they were in 1894. You can visit the Wilbur Chocolate Co. in Lititz and the Candy Americana
Museum to see how the candy is made, then stop at
the Candy Store to take some home. Samples are
free.
PRETZELS
Lancaster County
is home to Americas first commercial
pretzel bakery - the
Julius Sturgis Pretzel
Bakery in Lititz, which began making pretzels more than 150 years ago. Although Sturgis hard pretzels are now made in Reading, Pa., you can tour the historic Lititz bakery, twist

your own dough and shop in the bakery store.


Lancaster is also home to the oldest continuously
family-operated pretzel bakery in
America: Hammonds Pretzel
Bakery. Their hand-rolled
sourdough
pretzels
are available in stores
throughout
Lancaster County and
beyond.
SHOO-FLY PIE
Molasses is the main ingredient in this Pennsylvania
Dutch treat that is so sweet you
have to shoo the flies away.
APPLE BUTTER
Apple butter isnt really butter at all, but it still
tastes great on toast.
This thicker, spicier version of applesauce is
made by slow cooking
apples and other spices
in cider until the natural sugars caramelize,
giving it a deep brown
color.
CHOW-CHOW
It was said that when
women neared the end of
canning season, they combined what was left in their
vegetable garden to make
this pickled relish. Sometimes called end of season
relish, it might contain carrots,
onions, cauliflower, cucumbers, cabbage, celery, corn,
peppers or assorted beans.

VISITING LANCASTER

Escape
to the
movies.
www.penncinema.com

541 Airport Road, Lititz, PA 17543 717.626.7720


Located just south of Lititz across from the Lancaster Airport

- Superb course conditions


- Full service Pro Shop
- Full service Restaurant
- Just minutes from downtown Lancaster
One Crossland Pass Millersville, PA 17551 717.872.4500 www.crossgatesgolf.com

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Places to
american/eclectic
4 Brothers Diner
5267 Lincoln Hwy.
Gap
442-7995
551 West
551 West King St.
Lancaster
208-3658
Alley Kat
30 W. Lemon St.
Lancaster
509-8686
American Bar & Grill
1081 N. Plum St.
Lancaster
394-8021
Appalachian
Brewing Co.
55 N. Water St.
Lititz
625-0300
Applebees
2321 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
290-8330
The Arsenal Grill
403 Granite Run Dr.
Lancaster
826-9023
Austin Ray Bar & Grill
3441 Columbia Ave.,
Lancaster
435-9275

Dine

Beanies Bar & Grill


78-80 W. Main St.,
Mount Joy
653-0201

Bubes Brewery
102 N. Market St.
Mount Joy
653-2056

Cork & Cap Restaurant


480 New Holland Ave.
Lancaster
735-2025

Four54 Grill
454 New Holland Ave.
Lancaster
390-2626

Belvedere Inn
402 N. Queen St.,
Lancaster
394-2422 page 35

Bullfrog Inn
1110 Georgetown Rd.
Christiana
806-3045

Countryside Diner
371 E. Main St., Leola
656-4445

Foxchase Restaurant
300 Stevens Rd.
Denver
336-3673

Biggs BBQ & Burrito


5503 Main St.
East Petersburg
517-9034

Buffalo Wild Wings


2065 Fruitville Pk.
Lancaster
553-5472

Black Forest Brewery


301 W. Main St.
Ephrata
450-7217

Bullys Restaurant &


Pub
647 Union St., Columbia
684-2854

Black Gryphon
54 Mount Gretna Rd.,
Elizabethtown
367-1859

Cafe 24 Hundred
2400 Willow StreetPike
Lancaster
464-7503 page 41

Black Horse Restaurant


& Tavern
2180 N. Reading Rd.,
Denver
336-6555

Cafe Chocolate
40 E. Main St., Lititz
626-0123 page 25

The Deck at Dutchmaid


222 N. Reading Rd.
Ephrata
721-3325

Cafe One Eight


18 W. Orange St.
Lancaster
509-4500

Dickeys Barbecue Pit


2481 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
435-8444

Carrs Restaurant
50 W. Grant St.
Lancaster
299-7090 page 34

Divine Swine In-Out


BBQ
2684 Lebanon Rd.
Manheim
879-9494

Black Knights Tavern


& Grill
335 Main St.
Landisville
898-7234
Brass Eagle Sports Bar
5725 Lincoln Hwy. East
Gap
442-9977

The Back Page


334 W. Main St.
Leola
661-7577

Brasserie Restaurant
& Bar
1679 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
299-1694

The Barn Cafe


3174 Old Philadephia Pike
Bird-in-Hand
768-7194

The Brickerville House


2 E. 28th Division Hwy.
Lititz
626-0377

Barn Door
14 Blue Rock Rd.,
Millersville
872-9943

Brickyard Restaurant
& Sports Pub
415 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
509-6090

Barnys Grill
605 Granite Run Dr.
Lancaster
560-2246

* all phone numbers are area code 717

Brothers & Sisters


Restaurant
601 S. Marshall St.
Lancaster
390-9866

Cats Meow
215 S. Charlotte St.
Manheim
664-3370
Chanceys Pub
6049 N. Main St.
East Petersburg
581-5407
Characters Pub
38 N. Christian St.
Lancaster
735-7788
Checkers Bistro
398 Harrisburg Ave.
#700, Lancaster
509-1069
Columbia Kettle Works
40 N. Third St.
Columbia
342-2374

Court Side Lounge


37 E. Orange St.
Lancaster
509-1818
Crossgates Grill & Pub
1 Crossland Pass
Millersville
584-6445
Crush Wine Bar
50 W. Grant St.
Lancaster
299-7090

East King Culinary


110 E. King St.
Lancaster
725-4184
Ellas Place
825 S. Market St.
Elizabethtown
367-3878
Endzone Sports Bar
45 W. High St.
Elizabethtown
367-7129
Federal Taphouse
201 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
490-6932 page 34
Fireside Tavern
1500 Historic Dr.
Strasburg
687-7979

Garfields
222 Eden Rd.
Lancaster
560-8450
Gracies West Main
264 W. Main St.
Leola
826-4314
Hennigans Restaurant
& Bar
1990 W. Main St.
Mount Joy
653-9058
Hill Top Inn
415 E. Main St.
Ephrata
733-6331
Horse Inn
540 E. Fulton St.
Lancaster
392-5528
Huckleberrys
1 Hartman Bridge Rd.
Lancaster
735-0803
Hunger-N-Thirst
920 Landis Ave.
Lancaster
208-3808
Idas Cafe
507 Rohrerstown Rd.
Lancaster
293-1311
Iron Hill Brewery
781 Harrisburg Ave.
Lancaster
291-9800
Isaacs Downtown &
The Pickle Bar
25 N. Queen St.,
Lancaster
394-5544 page 37, 42

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Continued from 24
Isaacs Famous Grilled
Sandwiches
919 E. Main St.
Mount Joy
928-2130
Isaacs Restaurant & Deli
4 Trolley Run Rd.
Lititz
625-1181
Isaacs Restaurant & Deli
245 Centerville Rd.
Lancaster
393-1199
Isaacs Restaurant & Deli
565 Greenfield Rd.
Lancaster
393-6067
Isaacs Restaurant & Deli
1559 Manheim Pike
Lancaster
560-7774

Dine
Isaacs Restaurant & Deli
Cloister Shopping Center
Ephrata
733-7777

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History never tasted so good!


Twist your own Pretzel
Shop for Delicious Treats and Gifts
in our Bakery Store
Savor a Hand-Twisted Soft Pretzel

Isaacs Restaurant & Deli


Rt. 741 East
Strasburg
687-7699
J.B. Dawsons
491 Park City Center
Lancaster
399-3996
Jennies Diner
2575 Lincoln Hwy. East
Ronks
397-2507

Daily Tours Mon thru Sat 9-5

Groups Welcome ~ Call to Reserve your Tour!

Jethros
659 First St.
Lancaster
299-1700

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219 E Main Street, Lititz, PA 17543 www.juliussturgis.com 717-626-4354

Open 7 days a week


10:30 to 5 Mon - Thurs
9 to 9 Fri & Sat
9 to 5 Sun

Fair trade, organic, locally sourced caf menu


Vegan & gluten free options available
Premium & sugar free chocolates
Single-origin specialty coffees
Hand picked high altitude teas

Caf Chocolate | 40 E Main St | 717.626.0123 | www.chocolatelititz.com

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Places to
Continued from 25
JoBoys Brew Pub
27-31 E. Main St.
Lititz
568-8330
Knight & Day Diner
3140 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
490-6198
Lancaster Brewing
Company
302 N. Plum St.
Lancaster
391-6258
Lancaster Dispensing Co.
33-35 N. Market St.
Lancaster
299-4602 page 34
Lilys on Main
124 E. Main St.
Ephrata
738-2711
Lintias Restaurant
196 Doe Run Rd.,
Manheim
664-0950
Loxleys
500 Centerville Rd.
Lancaster
898-2431
Lucky Dog Cafe
1942 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
392-9208
Lucky Ducks Bar & Grille
45 N. Market St.
Elizabethtown
366-4041
Manor Buffet
2090 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
290-8181
Marion Court Room
7 Marion Court
Lancaster
399-1970 page 42
Martins Country Kitchen
2853 Hershey Rd.
Elizabethtown
361-4442

Dine

Micks All American Pub


1411 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
824-3292

Pork & Wallys


56 N. Broad St.
Lititz
625-2909

Ruby Tuesday
35 S. Willowdale Dr.
Lancaster
295-1456

Tellus360
24 E. King St.
Lancaster
393-1660

Micks All American Pub


543 Airport Rd.
Lititz
517-8288

Pour
114 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
290-8080

Micks All American Pub


62 W. Main St.
Mount Joy
653-1220

Pour Girls
11 Greentree Rd.
Quarryville
806-5413

Sandwich Factory Sports


Lounge
2520 Lititz Pike
Neffsville
581-8180

Terre Hill Family


Restaurant
213 E. Main St.
Terre Hill
445-4755

Millers Smorgasbord
2811 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
687-6621 page 36

The Pressroom
26-28 W. King St.
Lancaster
399-5400 page 39

Scooters Restaurant
& Bar
921 Lititz Pike
Lititz
627-5666

Tobias S. Frogg
1766 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
394-8366

Moo-Duck Brewery
79 S. Wilson Ave.
Elizabethtown

Prudhommes Lost Cajun


Kitchen
50 Lancaster Ave.,
Columbia
684-1706

Mosbys Pub
215 E. Main St.
Mount Joy
653-5775
Neptune Diner
924 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
399-8358
Noodles & Company
2350 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
299-2048
Olde Lincoln House
1398 W. Main St.
Ephrata
733-3490
On Orange
108 W. Orange St.
Lancaster
299-5157
Park City Diner
884 Plaza Blvd.
Lancaster
435-8512
Penn Square Grille
2 E. King St.
Lancaster
207-4033
Philly Pretzel Factory
1006 Lititz Pike
Lititz
626-2002

Prudhommes On 4th
50 N. Fourth St.,
Columbia
684-1706
Rainbow Dinner Theatre
3065 Lincoln Hwy. E.,
Paradise
800-292-4301
Ralphs
117 S. West End Ave.,
Lancaster
299-9920
RDs American Grill
1426 Lancaster Pk.,
Quarryville
548-4227
Red Robin
2350 Lincoln Hwy. East,
Lancaster
405-3600
The Red Rose
101 E. King St.
Lancaster
392-8620
Ruby Tuesday
2002 Fruitville Pike
Lancaster
560-5030

The Seed
52 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
945-5787
Shadys Bakery & BBQ
2189 River Rd.
Bainbridge
426-0265
Soul Restaurant
33 Ranck Ave.
Lancaster
617-2005
Spring House Taproom
25 W. King St.
Lancaster
399-4009 page 36
Spyro Gyros & Salads
241 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
397-3939
The Station at Reinholds
Inn
11 W. Main St.
Reinholds
336-0104
The Sturgis Haus
43 E. Main St.
Lititz
627-7827
T.G.I. Fridays
Park City Center
Lancaster
394-9964
T.J. Rockwells
800 Mount Gretna Rd.
Elizabethtown
367-5544

Tom+Chee
2080 Grand St.
Lancaster
553-5897
Trio Bar & Grill
3707 Marietta Ave.
Columbia
285-0888
Union Barrel Works
6 N. Reamstown Rd.
Reamstown
335-7837
Valentinos Cafe
132 Rider Ave.
Lancaster
392-9564
Vinolas Restaurant & Bar
193 E. Main St.
Leola
656-7001
Wahtneys Inn
2415 W. Main St.
Ephrata
466-6322
Watering Trough
905 W. Main St.
Mt. Joy
653-6181
White Swan
1264 E. Newport Rd.
Rothsville
626-4444
Willie James Soul Food
113 W. King St.
Lancaster
799-1088

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Fruit Pies
Bread
Potato Rolls
Cinnamon Buns
Fruit Breads
Cakes
Whoopie Pies
Cookies
Childrens Petting Zoo
& Playground

542 Gibbons Rd. Bird-In-Hand 717-656-7947


www.bihbakeshop.com

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Places to
Continued from 26
Yorgos Restaurant &
Lounge
66 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
394-6977 page 36, 42
Your Place Restaurant
& Pub
2133 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
394-8997
asian/indian
Arigato Japanese
Steakhouse
2270 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
435-8045
Blue Pacific Sushi & Grill
1500 Oregon Pike
Lancaster
393-9727
E-Cuisine
89 E. Main St.
Mount Joy
653-7111
E-Yuan
39 S. Market St.
Elizabethtown
367-1200
Ginza
565 Greenfield Rd.
Lancaster
735-3888
Golden Chicken &
Japanese Grill
848 E. Main St.
Ephrata
733-0088
Himalayan Curry & Grill
20 E. Orange St.
Lancaster
393-2330
Hokkaido
1623 S. Market St.
Elizabethtown
361-2988
Issei Noodle
44 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
449-6800 page 37

Dine

Khoms Eggroll Paradise


30 W. James St.
Lancaster
399-0250

Tokyo Diner
1625 Manheim Pike
Lancaster
569-4305

The Coffee Station


2351 Oregon Pike
Lancaster
553-5500

La Dolce Vita
9 N. Duke St.
Lancaster
239-5101 page 40

Le Viet Bistro
1930 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
299-2771

Tulsi Indian Cuisine


2101 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
509-7771

College Corner Cafe


931 Harrisburg Ave.
Lancaster
397-2828

Lemon Street Market


241 W. Lemon St.,
Lancaster
826-0843

MoJo Asian Cuisine


& Sushi Bar
245 Bloomfield Dr.
Suite 107, Lititz
509-3888

Upohar
241 W. Roseville Rd.
Lancaster
569-2782

Commonwealth on Queen
301 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
572-4798

Mean Cup
398 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster
299-5370

Noodle King
216 N. Duke St.
Lancaster
299-2799

Wasabi Japanese &


Thai Cuisine
2600 Willow Street Pike
Willow Street
464-8878

Corner Coffee Shop


3536 Old Philadelphia Pk.
Intercourse
768-8093

Naturally Grounded
1832 N. Reading Rd.
Stevens
336-0482

Oka Asian Fusion


721 Harrisburg Ave.
Lancaster
396-8998

Wus Garden
354 W. Main St.
Leola
656-4388

Crepes A La Paris
24 Copperfield Circle
Lititz
568-8422

OCB Cakes
11 1/2 W. Main St.
Strasburg
679-3600

Rice & Noodles


1238 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
481-7461

cafe/coffeehouse

Dosie Dough
45 S. Broad St.
Lititz
626-2266

Prince Street Cafe


15 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
627-7677

Dragonfly Cafe
245 Bloomfield Dr.,
Lititz
581-8899

Rachels Cafe & Creperie


201 W. Walnut St.
Lancaster
399-3515

Emmaus Road Cafe


1886 Lincoln Hwy. East.
Lancaster
478-3672

Skinny Park Juice


447 N. Mulberry St.
Lancaster
394-4840

Folklore Coffee
1 N. Market St.
Elizabethtown
361-1658

Square One Coffee


145 N. Duke St.
Lancaster
392-3354

Fractured Prune
255 N. Queen St.,
Lancaster
517-7113

Sugar On Top
4 S. Decatur St.
Strasburg
617-4700

George Street Cafe


304 George St.
Millersville
872-0800

Ten Thousand Villages


Cafe
240 N. Reading Rd.
Ephrata
721-8400

Sa La Thai
337-339 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
842-0222
Saigon Cafe
1575 Manheim Pk.
Lancaster
509-7008
Sakura Asian Fusion
33 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
509-2838 page 33, 42
Sukhothai
398 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster
517-9422
Sushi One
1961 Fruitville Pike
Lancaster
569-7888
Taj Mahal Indian
Restaurant
2080 Bennett Ave.
Lancaster
295-1434

Arabian Knight
52 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
824-4984
The Bakers Table
480 New Holland Ave.
Lancaster
735-1150
Brick House Cafe
60 N. Main St.
Manheim
665-5588
Cafe Di Vetro
400 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
471-3422
Cafe Garth
22 S. Second St.
Columbia
684-0651
Chestnut Hill Cafe
532 W. Chestnut St.
Lancaster
509-2008
The Coffee Company
1639 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
299-7118

Javteas
1 Dutchland Ave.
Ephrata
733-8783
JT Java House
2573 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
569-4008

Tomato Pie Cafe


23 N. Broad St.
Lititz
627-1762

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Places to
Continued from 28
english
Bulls Head Public House
14 E. Main St.
Lititz
626-2115
Quips Pub
457 New Holland Ave.
Lancaster
397-3903
ethiopian
Addisu Ethiopian Restaurant
1027 Dillerville Rd #3
Lancaster
291-1542
fine dining
Arthurs Terrace
222 Eden Rd.
Lancaster
560-8455

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Aussie & The Fox
38 W. King St.
Lancaster
826-4040

Citronnelle
110 W. Orange St.
Lancaster
208-6697
Fenz Restaurant
398 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster
735-6999
General Sutter Inn
14 E. Main St.
Lititz
626-2115
Greenfield Restaurant
595 Greenfield Rd. Lancaster
393-0668
John J. Jeffries
300 Harrisburg Ave. Lancaster
431-3307

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Places to
Continued from 29
La Fleur
2285 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
299-0421
The Loft
201 W. Orange St.
Lancaster
299-0661 page 39
Log Cabin
11 Lehoy Forest Dr.
Leola
625-2142
Ma(i)son
230 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
293-5060
Reflections
1390 E. Oregon Rd.
Leola
656-3717
Stockyard Inn
1147 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
394-7975 page 38
T
38 Deborah Drive
Leola
556-8715
irish
Annie Baileys Irish Pub &
Restaurant
28-30 E. King St.
Lancaster
393-4000 page 35
Brendees Irish Pub
449 W. Lemon St.
Lancaster
397-8646 page 35
McClearys Public House
130 W. Front St.
Marietta
426-2225
Mollys Pub
253 E. Chestnut St.
Lancaster
396-0225

Dine

OHallorans Irish Pub &


Eatery
764 High St.
Lancaster
393-3051

Pasquales Italian Garden


& Pizzeria
1657 Old Philadelphia Pike
Lancaster
509-9921 page 38

italian

Riviera Pizza & Italian


Restaurant
1405 N. Reading Rd.
Reamstown
336-3879

Babbos Italian Grille


2000 W. Main St.
Mount Joy
492-4360
Cafe Capriccio
18 Copperfield Circle
Lititz
626-8200
Carrabbas Italian Grill
100 North Pointe Blvd.
Lancaster
560-6756
Ciros Italian Bistro
605 Richmond Square
Lancaster
560-5660
Fiorentinos
500 Airport Rd.
, Lancaster
569-6732
La Piazza
800 Lititz Pike
Lititz
625-1222
Lombardos
216 Harrisburg Ave.
Lancaster
394-3749 page 39
Marcos Italian Restaurant
1410 River Rd.
Marietta
426-2210
Olive Garden
35 S. Willowdale Dr.
Lancaster
392-3235
Olive Garden
910 Plaza Blvd.
Lancaster
299-2202
Osteria Avanti
38 Deborah Dr.
Leola
656-8983

Salt & Pepper Bistro


486 Royer Dr.
Lancaster
392-3000
Villa NovaSports Bar
1310 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster
299-4931
Zia Marias
2350 N. Reading Rd.
Denver
336-1333
latin/southwest
California Tortilla
2350 Lincoln Hwy East
Lancaster
295-9400
Carlos & Charlies
2309 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
399-1912
Cocina Mexicana
47 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
393-9193 page 37
Culturas
2151 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
509-4386
El Rodeo
1441 Manheim Pike
Lancaster
509-7955
El Serrano
2151 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
397-6191
El Triangulo Latino
102 Manheim Ave.
Lancaster
208-6530

Fiesta Burrito Bar


773 E. Main St.
Mt. Joy
689-2045
Lancaster Cigar Bar
25 W. King St.
Lancaster
553-5694
Neato Burrito
1917 Fruitville Pike
Lancaster
569-0020
Plaza Mexico
1651 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
945-5728
Qdoba Mexican Grill
142 Park City Center
Lancaster
299-4766
Roburritos
227 N. Prince St.
Lancaster
824-4306
mediterranean
Souvlaki Boys
1 W. James St.
Lancaster
925-0005 page 38
subs/pizza/
sandwiches
Antonios Pizza House
678 W. Chestnut St.
Lancaster
509-4000
Brothers Pizza
256 S. Market St.
Elizabethtown
367-5878
Brunos Old Style
Hoagies
60 N. Queen St.
Lancaster
299-7827
Brunos Old Style
Hoagies
555 Greenfield Rd.
Lancaster
393-7827

Brunos Old Style


Hoagies
11 Kleine Lane
Lititz
626-7827
Captn Guss Steak Shop
600 W. Orange St.
Lancaster
392-9929 page 34
Cass Deli Company
6 S. Charlotte St.
Maheim
332-6333
Cibo Pizza & Grille
1201 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
509-7575
Columbos Pizza
1226 Harrisburg Ave.
Lancaster
393-5577
DiMarias Pizza
& Italian Kitchen
1183 Erbs Quarry Rd.
Lititz
208-6028
DiMarias Pizza & Italian
Kitchen
759 E. Main St.
Mount Joy
653-4200
Dominion Pizza
308 S. Queen St.
Lancaster
393-4239
Dominion Pizza
938 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
481-5544
Espinos Pizza
323 W. Lemon St.
Lancaster
207-9237
Factory Sports Lounge
2520 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
581-8180

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Places to
Continued from 30
Francescos Pizza
Restaurant
805A Rohrerstown Rd.
Lancaster
617-2420
Francescos Pizza
Restaurant
30 S. Main St.
Manheim
665-6500
Fratellis Pizza
848 E. Main St.
Ephrata
733-3333
The Fridge
534 N. Mulberry St.
Lancaster
490-6825
Friendly Greek Bottle
Shop
549 New Holland Ave.
Lancaster
393-6669

Dine

VISITING LANCASTER

Gabriellas Pizza
303 Airport Dr.
Smoketown
293-7177

House of Pizza
23 W. Chestnut St.,
Lancaster
393-1747

Lucianos Pizza
1274 Millersville Pike,
Lancaster
369-1033

Michaels Pizza
798-D New Holland
Ave., Lancaster
394-3100

Garganos Pizzeria & Deli


5997 Main St.
East Petersburg
569-8102

House of Pizza
101 W. Frederick St.
Millersville
872-2131

Metro Express
105 N. Broad St., Lititz
626-7798

Milano Pizza & Pasta


149 Oakridge Dr.,
Mountville
285-7711

Georges Restaurant &


Pizza
14 W. Main St., Mountville
285-2555

Hurricane Pizza Grill


4031 Columbia Ave.
Columbia
684-6000

Highland Pizzeria
2347 Oregon Pike Suite 101
Lancaster
519-0990

Jims Specialty Hoagies


677 W. Main St.
New Holland
847-3126

Hot Z Pizza
2056 Fruitville Pike,
Lancaster
560-6454

Johnnys Pizza & Grill


117 E. Main St.
New Holland
291-8718

Hot Z Pizza
3001 Harrisburg Pike
Landisville
898-3889

Lancaster Pizza Company


1285 Manheim Pike
Lancaster
392-3333

Metro Express
1244 Wabank Rd.,
Lancaster
299-2600

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Parma Pizza & Grill


301 Main St., Landisville
898-3707

Metro Express
2467-B Lititz Pike,
Lancaster
569-4434

Pita Pit
28 S. Market St.
Elizabethtown
689-3126

Metro Express
1680-B S. Market St.,
Elizabethtown
367-6719

Pita Pit
398 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster
517-7111

Metro Express
3672 Marietta Ave.,
Lancaster
285-2885

The Pizza Box


20 Route 41, Gap
442-8258

DINE, page 32

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Places to
Continued from 31
Pizza City
6 E. Main St.
Strasburg
687-9020
Poppys Pizza and Grill
2213 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
397-7499
Pork & Wallys
56 N. Broad St.
Lititz
625-2909
Procopios Pizza and
Subs
2525 N. Reading Rd.
Denver
484-0848
Rinos Pizza
1711 Lebanon Rd.
Manheim
665-0606
Riviera Pizzeria
1878 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
392-7827
Rosa Rosa Cafe
1040 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster
299-9903
Rosarios Prontos Rest.
& Pizzeria
289 W. Main St.
Leola
656-8977
Russo Pizza & Italian
Restaurant
2481 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
399-7707
The Sandwich Factory
2520 Lititz Pike
Lancaster
581-8180
A Slice of Brooklyn
1750 Oregon Pike
Lancaster
509-4444
Sloppy Janes Deli
1830 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
295-1300

Dine

Strasburg Pizza
520 Historic Dr.
Strasburg
687-7711

Subs & Six Packs


2645 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
394-2739
Sugar Bowl
601 W. Lemon St.
Lancaster
333-8808
Sugar Bowl
9 Normal Ave.
Millersville
872-8808
Thomas Campus Grille
430 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster
509-7708

Chesapeake Crab
Connection
2834 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
509-4466
Creekside Cafe
1519 Habecker Rd.
Columbia
653-9655
Kyma Seafood Grill
1640 N. Reading Rd.
Stevens
335-3833
The Waterfront
680 Millcross Rd.
Lancaster
390-8777

steakhouse

Bainbridge Inn
5 N. Front St.
Bainbridge
604-1062

Frogtown Cafe
684 Marticville Rd.
Pequea
284-4970

Bradys Pub
856 W. Main St.
New Holland
355-5510

Happy Rooster Saloon


334 Rt. 41
Gap
610-593-4880

Brucekies Pub
401 S. Second St.
Columbia
684-3555

Hideaway
75 E. Kleine Lane
Lititz
626-6129

Brunnerville Hotel
1301 Front St.
Lititz
626-7300

The Highlands Pub


650 Pinkerton Rd.
Mount Joy
653-2048

Caribbean Inn
1 S. Charlotte St.
Manheim
665-6589

Hildys
448 W. Frederick St.
Lancaster
397-2495

The Cellar Pub


5267 Lincoln Way.
Gap
407-5378

J&B Hotel
26 E. State St.
Quarryville
786-7867
Jacks Family Tavern &
Restaurant
15 S. Prince St
Millersville
872-8300

Two Cousins
37 W. Main St.
Mount Joy
653-8311

Johnnys Bar & Steak


House
1640 N. Reading Rd.
Stevens
336-1909

Two Cousins
1762 Columbia Ave.
Lancaster
399-8888

LongHorn Steakhouse
993 Plaza Blvd
Lancaster
291-2100

Chameleon Club
223 N. Water St.
Lancaster
299-9684

UnCommon Pizza
616 Paxton Place, Suite
104, Lititz
569-0906

Outback Steakhouse
100 N. Pointe Blvd.
Lancaster
569-4500

Cheers Bar
3068 Lebanon Rd.
Manheim
665-7714

V&S Sandwiches
1876 Fruitville Pike
Lancaster
509-7024

Stoudts Black Angus


2800 N. Reading Rd.
Adamstown
484-4386

Cocalico Tavern
1015 N. Reading Rd.
Stevens

V&S Sandwiches
440 N. Reading Rd.
Ephrata
733-7500

Texas Roadhouse
2317 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster
394-6161

Wild Wings Pizza &


Things
401 N. Reading Rd.
Ephrata
733-3355

tavern/pub

seafood

American Legion
Post 34
1388 Arcadia Rd.
Lancaster
392-9350

Bonefish Grill
970 Plaza Blvd.
Lancaster
394-8414

AmVets Post 19
715 Fairview Ave.
Lancaster
393-2907

Creekside Cafe
1519 Habecker Rd.
Columbia
653-9655
Dirty Ol Tavern
917 S. Prince St.
Lancaster
393-3916
Encore Lounge
222 Eden Rd.
Lancaster
569-6444
Farmers Hope Inn
3180 Lebanon Rd.
Manheim
664-4673

Juke Box Nightclub


1703 New Holland Ave.
Lancaster
394-9978
Legacy Bar & Grill
50 Veterans Dr.
Elizabethtown
367-0764
ODonnells
Bowmansville Inn
1255 Reading Rd.
Bowmansville
445-0695
On The Rocks at Rocky
Springs
1495 Millport Rd.
Lancaster
394-6162

DINE, page 40

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Sakura
Asian Fusion & Sushi Bar

PHONE: 509.2838 FAX: 509.2882


33 North Queen Street, Lancaster, PA Order online at: www.sakuraasian.com
Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm; Fri & Sat 11am-10:30pm; Sun 12-10pm
DINE IN OR TAKE-OUT FAST DELIVERY

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Chinese Express

Szechuan, Hunan & Cantonese Cuisine


Order To Take Out Or To Eat In.

Fast Delivery!

PHONE: 399.8898 / FAX: 509.2882


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Fri & Sat 11am-11:00pm; Sun Noon-10:30pm

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Lancasters Favorite
Local Restaurant
Since 1978
Experience Dispensing
Co., where the locals
eat. Adjacent to the
Historic Central Farmers
Market....an easy walk
from the Marriott Hotel
and Convention Center.
We have a large
selection of appetizers
and we serve only
the freshest soups
and salads. We
offer an extensive
Tex Mex menu and
delicious overstuffed
sandwiches. Try one of
our famous burgers!
We have something for
everyone...at affordable
prices.

33 North Market Street


Downtown Lancaster
Located One Block From Hotel

299.4602

www.dispensingco.com
Mon-Sat 11am-2am Sun 12pm-10pm
(Kitchen Open Til Midnight)

Enjoy a drink from


our diverse collection
of local, national and
international beer with
many available on draft!

100 DRAFTS
WOOD FIRED PIZZA
HAPPY HOUR
DAILY FOOD & DRINK SPECIAL
ENTERTAINMENT
AND MUCH MORE
PRIVATE BANQUET ROOM BOOKINGS NOW AVAILABLE.
PLEASE CALL FOR DETAILS.

Casual Atmosphere
Kid Friendly
Non-Smoking

201 N QUEEN ST DOWNTOWN LANCASTER

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Serving
Lancasters
Favorite
Cheesesteaks
For Over
40 Years!

Lancasters
#1 Cheesesteak!
600 W. Orange Street Lancaster

(717) 392-9929

Monday Thursday 7:30am 8:00pm


Friday and Saturday 7:30am 9:00pm
Closed Sunday

local ingredients
| extensive wineextensive
list | seasonal
dining
local ingredients
wineoutdoor
list
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serving lunch & dinner
NE
tuesday-sunday
closed monday

next to central market,


1/2 block from the
Convention Center

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Hot Sandwiches
available at 9:30am

VISIT

Cold Sandwiches
available at 7:30am

50 W. Grant St. | Lancaster | 717-299-7090


www.carrsrestaurant.com

featuring the finest


wine, beer, absinthe & appetizers
in a cozy atmosphere

VISITING LANCASTER

I feel like a visitor just about everywhere.

~John Corbett

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Exceptional
Exceptional

dining
dining

FINE
DINING
FINE
DINING

LOUNGE/COCKTAILS
LOUNGE/COCKTAILS

LIVE JAZZ
LIVE
JAZZ

DJ/KARAOKE
DJ/KARAOKE

Belvedere Inn

Restaurant and Bar

www.belvederelancaster.com
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Be welcomed at Brendees Irish Pub.


449 West Lemon Street Lancaster
Corner of Lemon & Mary Streets
717.397.8646 www.brendeesirishpub.com

and
and

Everything

Everything that
follows
that follows

402 North Queen Street


402 North Queen Street

Lancaster, PA
Lancaster

717-394-2422
717-394-2422

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Casual Dining

Full Espresso Bar


& Cappuccino

at a Contemporary Price!
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
7 Days A Week

Best Food &


Drink Specials
in the Heart of Lancaster City

Cafe & Bar


Where Friends Become Friends

Weekly Entertainment
Serving

Greek Specialties
Lancaster County Specialties

66 North Queen Street, Lancaster


717-394-6977
One Block From Marriott Hotel & Convention Center
Monday-Saturday 7am-2am Sunday 8am-12am
We Validate Parking After 5pm Kitchen Open to 1am
PHOTO COURTESY OF
LANCASTER COUNTY MAGAZINE

Kid Friendly Non-Smoking

Omelettes & Breakfast Sandwiches


A Variety of Appetizers
Homemade Soups & Salads
Wraps Paninis Burgers Subs

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44 N. Queen St | Lancaster | 717-449-6800


INSIDE CENTRAL MARKET MALL

Appetizers
Soups & Salads
Tacos
Burritos Tortas
Platters:
Chicken, Beef or Pork
Seafood Vegetarian

DINE-IN

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OUT

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47 N. Prince St., Lancaster


393-9193
Mon-Thurs 11-8; Fri 11-9;
Sat 10-8; Closed Sun
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Live, Love, Laugh


Eat @ Pasquales

Lancasters Legendary Steakhouse


Built in 1750, the original inn was once owned
by President James Buchanan.

Dine In

Pasquale s

THE

Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

STOCKYARD
INN

Take Out

Delivery

717.509.9921
Closed Mondays

Old World Charm


with Contemporary
American Cuisine
The Finest Steaks, Chops
& Fresh Seafood
Casual Lite Fare
Happy Hour I Fridays 5-7
THE BEST OF THE BEST

BEST STEAKHOUSE

www.PasqualesPizzaPA.com

Country Lines Magazine

1147 Lititz Pike,


Only a
Lancaster, PA
5 minute
driv
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717-394-7975
www.stockyardinn.com the hotel!

Brick Oven Pizza,


Classic Pasta Dishes, Subs, Salads
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Welcome to
The Loft.
Delicious innovative cuisine
in an intimately casual setting.
201 West Orange Street Lancaster PA

717-299-0661

www.theloftlancaster.com
Lunch Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Dinner Monday - Saturday, 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Within walking distance. Call for reservations.

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Dinner... & Sunday Brunch
11/2 block from the Convention Center!

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Serving full course Dinners as well as Sandwiches, Pasta, Pizza, Burgers and Salads.
Childrens Menu. Happy Hour Specials. The Publishers Room is available for parties up to 80 guests.
Seasonal outdoor dining in Steinman Park. Live Music every Wednesday 7-10pm and Saturday 9pm-Midnight.

26-28 W. King Street, Lancaster, PA 717-399-5400


Free Parking 29-31 Vine Street www.pressroomrestaurant.com

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VISITING LANCASTER

Places to
Continued from 32
Parkview Hotel
25 N. Broad St.
Lititz
626-9908
Penguin Hotel
55 E. Church Rd.
Stevens
733-8142
Pub Dunegal
112 E. Main St.
MountJoy
653-2180
Qs Duke on Liberty
1002 N. Duke St.
Lancaster
299-7200
Rawlinsville Hotel &
Restaurant
3 Drytown Rd.
Holtwood
284-3244

Dine

Ridge Run Tavern


4620 Ridge Rd.
Elizabethtown
944-6445

Shanks Tavern
36 S. Waterford Ave.
Marietta
426-1205 page 40

Stubbys Bar & Grille


254 E. Frederick St.
Lancaster
394-1635

River Street Cafe


40 E. Front St.
Marietta
666-1079

Shenks Cafe
549 E. Chestnut St.,
Lancaster
392-9537

Roseville Tavern
1860 Oregon Pike
Lancaster
569-1531

Shooters Crossing
88 Diller Ave.
New Holland
354-9631

Swashbuckler Brewery
& Restaurant
2775 Lebanon Rd.
Manheim
665-7021

Rumplebrewskins Bar
834 N. Plum St.
Lancaster
392-9645

The Spot on Turnpike


1075 Turnpike Rd.,
Elizabethtown
689-3566

Shamrock Cafe
312 W. Walnut St.
Lancaster
299-2927

The Station House


Tavern
1335 Fruitville Pike
Lancaster
490-6676

Union Station Grill


171-173 Union St.
Columbia
684-1111

T&E Mountain Top Inn


420 Holtzman Rd.
Reinholds
484-2016
Tally Ho
201 W. Orange St.
Lancaster
299-0661
Thistle Finch Distillery
417 W. Grant St.
Lancaster
478-8472

Lancaster Countys

Oldest

Continuously-Operated

Tavern

201 Years of History!


German
Hefe

Stop in & enjoy our


weekly themed nights!

Always
On Tap!

Tuesday - Taste of Asia Night / Wednesday - Mexican Night


Thursday - Beef on Weck Night / Friday - Seafood Night

Specializing in Craft Beers & Tequilas


Join us for Open Mic Nights every Tuesday & Thursday

SHANKS
TAVERN

36 S. Waterford Ave.
Marietta, PA
717-426-1205

      



  

courthouse bakery & cafe


1 Block From Hotel 9 North Duke Street Lancaster 239.5101
www.ladolcevitalancaster.com

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YOUR ENTIRE PURCHASE

With this coupon. Excludes consignments and items already on sale. Expires 9/30/15.

4 WEST KING STREET | LANCASTER, PA | 717-392-4633

$10.00
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thru 12/31/15

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Lunch
Friday and Saturday

Limit one per couple. Excludes Alcohol. Expires 10/1/15

Brunch

Limit one per couple. Excludes Alcohol. Expires 10/1/15

680 MILLCROSS ROAD LANCASTER 717-390-8777


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MON-THURS: 4PM - 12AM FRI-SAT: 11AM - 1AM SUN: 11AM - 10PM

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1 W. James St. Lancaster


717.208.6243 SOUVLAKIBOYS.COM

The Authentic
Greek Grill
& Food Truck

Open Monday thru Saturday

Receive $5 Off every $25 You spend at


Cafe 24 Hundred when you present this coupon.(before taxes)
Offer Valid until 05/21/15. Valid Sunday-Thursday Lunch and Dinner only.
Menu Only. Valid at Cafe 24 Hundred Only.

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$30

round of golf

with cart, Monday - Friday

$40

- or -

weekends and holidays

Expires: 10/31/2016. - valid for up to 4 players.

One Crossland Pass Millersville, PA 17551 717.872.4500 www.crossgatesgolf.com

Sakura
Asian
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Fusion
i & SSushi
hi B
Bar

Take 10% Off


Entire Order
With Room Key

PHONE: 509.2838
FAX: 509.2882

Sakura

33 N. Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa


www.sakuraasian.com

May not be combined


with any other offer.
Offer expires 10/1/15.

Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm; Fri & Sat 11am-10:30pm;


Sun 12-10pm

10% Off*

Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner


*Minimum $5 purchase. Cannot be combined
with other offers. Expires 10/1/15.
66 North Queen St., Lancaster 717-394-6977

Cafe & Bar

One Block From Marriott Hotel & Convention Center


Monday-Saturday 7am-2am Sunday 8am-12am

7 Marion Court,
Lancaster, PA

717.399.1970

Located across the street from


the courthouse and directly
behind city hall
HOURS:

SUN: 5PM - 2AM


MON-SAT: 12PM - 2AM

ANY FOOD ORDER


Limit 3 per table
EXPIRES 10/1/15

Things to

Do

PA. DUTCH SITES


AMISH COUNTY HOMESTEAD

VISITING LANCASTER

from the Amish Experience Theater, grounds


of Plain and Fancy Farm, Route 340, Bird-inHand, 768-8400, ext 210. amishexperience.
com.

AMISH NEIGHBORS TOURS

Variety of sightseeing tours of Lancaster


County farmlands, day and evening available. Also tours of Hershey. Route 741,
Strasburg, 687-8650.

AMISH VILLAGE BACKROADS BUS


TOUR

30-40-minute tours through a nine-room


Amish house replica. Guides explain Amish
clothes and customs. Also, Fisher One Room
School. Grounds of Plain and Fancy Farm,
Route 340,Bird-in-Hand, 768-8400. amishexperience.com

Learn about the Amish way of life on this


guided tour of the Lancaster County countryside. Departs from The Amish Village at
199 Hartman Bridge Road, Ronks. 687-8511.
theamishvillage.net.

AMISH EXPERIENCE F/X THEATER

Hour-long tour explores the history of this


theatre, as well as the nuts and bolts of
staging current productions. (Reservations
required.) Fulton Theatre, 12 N. Prince St.,
397-7425. www.thefulton.org.

Multimedia production that presents the


Amish story through film, 3-D sets and
state-of-the-art lighting, sound and special
effects. Grounds of Plain and Fancy Farm,
Route 340, Bird-in-Hand, 768-8400, ext. 210.
amishexperience.com.

AMISH FARM AND HOUSE

FULTON THEATRE TOURS

GHOST TOURS OF LANCASTER AND


STRASBURG
687-6687. ghosttour.com.

Guided tour through authentic Amish home,


built in 1805. Self-guided tour of 15-acre farm
includes animals, Amish one-room school,
covered bridge and more. 2395 Lincoln Hwy.
E., 394-6185. amishfarmandhouse.com.

HISTORIC LANCASTER WALKING TOUR

AMISH VILLAGE

HISTORIC HOMES

Guided house tour describes the Amish way


of life. Includes a blacksmith shop, schoolhouse and barn with animals. Hartman
Bridge Road, Strasburg, 687-8511. theamishvillage.net.

MENNONITE INFORMATION CENTER

Learn more about the unique way of life of


the Amish and Mennonites. A film, walkthrough exhibit, bookstore and more. 2209
Millstream Road, 299-0954.

Visit 250 years of Lancaster history in this


guided tour. Visitors Center, 1-3 West King St.
392-1776. historiclancasterwalkingtour.com.

BOETTCHER HOUSE MUSEUM

Built in 1920 by Henry Boettcher, house has


been restored and includes a museum and
70-acre natural habitat with trails. Open
second weekend each month. Landis Woods,
Hillside Lane, off the Lititz Pike, behind the
Neffsville Mennonite Church, 569-7255.

FASIG HOUSE

TOURS

Old log cabin representative of the Manheim


houses of the early 1800s. 33 E. High St.,
Manheim. Call 665-2054.

AMISH COUNTRY TOURS

ROBERT FULTON BIRTHPLACE

An interpretive, 90-minute tour with a certified tour guide. Tours depart from the Amish
Experience Theater, grounds of Plain and
Fancy Farm, Route 340, Bird-in-Hand, 7688400, ext 210. amishexperience.com.

House is restored and refurnished to the


period of Fultons life. Rt. 222, south of
Quarryville. Take Rt. 272 to Hensel and follow
Trail of History signs. 548-2679.

AMISH COUNTRYSIDE TOUR

Historic 14-room childhood home of scientist


Samuel Haldeman. Guided tour of two buildings the summer kitchen (built in 1740)
and the mansion. 230 Locust Grove Road,
Bainbridge. 426-3794. haldeman-mansion.
org.

Wander down less traveled roads in the


heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Guide
explains Amish culture. Tours depart from
the Amish Farm and House, 2395 Lincoln
Highway East, 394-6185. amishcountrysidetours.com.

AMISH VIP TOURS

Visit an Amish farm, business and home. (Not


available for children under 6.) Tours depart

HALDEMAN MANSION

HERR FAMILY HOMESTEAD

1852 homestead, with a brick farmhouse and


post-and-beam barn, an herb garden and
spring house, plus an exhibit of items from

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the 80-year life of Amos Herr. 1756 Nissley


Road, Landisville, 898-8822. herrhomestead.
org.

HANS HERR HOUSE AND LANCASTER


LONGHOUSE

Oldest Mennonite church in North America


and Lancaster Countys oldest building,
furnished as in the 18th century. Outdoor
complex with an agricultural museum.1849
Hans Herr Dr., Willow Street, 464-4438.
hansherr.org.

JOHANNES MUELLER HOUSE

Preserved 1792 house contains early artifacts


of the founding of this Moravian Community.
Part of the Lititz Museum next door. 137 E.
Main St., Lititz, 627-4636. lititzhistoricalfoundation.com.

PRESIDENT JAMES BUCHANANS


WHEATLAND

Preserved 19th-century home of James


Buchanan, the 15th president of the United
States 1120 Marietta Ave., 392-4633. lancasterhistory.org.

ROCK FORD PLANTATION

Preserved Georgian-style home of


Revolutionary War Gen. Edward Hand, with
gardens. 881 Rock Ford Road, Lancaster
County Central Park, 392-7223. rockfordplantation.org.

SEHNER-ELLICOTT-VON HESS HOUSE

18th-century Georgian-style home of


Andrew Ellicott. It now houses the Historic
Preservation Trust of Lancaster County. 123
N. Prince St., 291-5861.

WRIGHTS FERRY MANSION

Restored stone home built in 1738 for Quaker


Susanna Wright 38 S. Second St., Columbia,
684-4325.

HISTORIC SITES
BOEHMS CHAPEL

Built in 1791 and restored in 1991, this small


chapel is the oldest existing structure designed for Methodist use in Pa. 13 W. Boehm
Road, Willow Street, 464-4885.

BUBES BREWERY

The only Victorian-era brewery still standing


in the United States. 102 N. Market St., Mount
Joy, 653-2056. bubesbrewery.com.

DONEGAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Congregation formed in 1721; church built


in 1732 still standing. 1891 Donegal Springs
Road, Mount Joy, 653-1943.

EPHRATA CLOISTER

Historic site of an 18th-century religious community. 632 W. Main St., Ephrata, 733-6600.
ephratacloister.org.

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and picnicking in summer. Sand Hill Road,


Pequea, 872-5951. sickmansmill.com.

JULIUS STURGIS PRETZEL BAKERY

Restored 18th-century building houses the


first commercial pretzel bakery in America.
219 E. Main St., Lititz, 626-4354. juliussturgis.
com.

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH

Congregation formed in 1742; current sanctuary built in 1850. President James Buchanan
was a member. 140 E. Orange St., 394-6854.

Congregation formed in 1729; current church


built in 1761. Steeple built during George
Washingtons presidency. 31 S. Duke St.,
397-2734.

LANCASTER CEMETERY

WRIGHTSVILLE DIORAMA

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Established in the mid-1800s by the German


Reformed Church. Those buried there include Lancaster painter Charles Demuth and
Civil War Gen. John Fulton Reynolds. 205 E.
Lemon St., 393-6476.

Burning of the Bridge, a sound and light


show telling the story of the Confederate attempt to cross the Susquehanna. 124 Hellam
St., Wrightsville. 252-1169.

MANHEIM RAILROAD STATION

MUSEUMS

Restored railroad station, houses a transportation museum including a restored trolley


car. 210 S. Charlotte St., Manheim, 664-3486.
manheimpa.com.

MASCOT ROLLER MILLS AND RESSLER


FAMILY HOME

The preserved, water-powered grain mill


illustrates milling history of the last 200
years. The adjacent 1855 millers house
shows a millers family life and housekeeping. Stumptown Road and Route 772, Ronks,
656-7616. resslermill.com.

MORAVIAN SQUARE

1759 Brethrens House used as a military


hospital during the Revolution. 1758 Sisters
House, part of Linden Hall, the oldest girls
residence school in the U.S. Moravian Church
built in 1787. Self-guided walking tour at
the square in Lititz. 200 block of East Main
Street, Lititz.

MOUNT BETHEL CEMETERY

Established around 1722 by the founding


families of Columbia, the Blunstons, the
Wrights and the Barbers. 700 Locust Street,
Columbia. 285-2332. mtbethelcemetery.com

ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Built 1820, enlarged in 1870. The congregation started in 1744. Self-guided tour of
church and churchyard. Gen. Edward Hands
grave located there. Mon.-Sat. 8:30 a.m.-5
p.m. 103 N. Duke St., 397-4858.

SHREINER-CONCORD CEMETERY

Established in 1836, the cemetery is the


burial site of abolitionist Thaddeus Stevens,
who chose this cemetery because it didnt
restrict burials based on race or religion. W.
Chestnut and N. Mulberry sts.

SICKMANS MILL

18th-century grist mill with original machinery. Tours by appointment. Also offers tubing

ARCHIVES MUSEUM

Documents, furniture and implements from


the early days of the Lititz settlement. Also
extensive collection of musical instruments.
By appt. Lititz Moravian Congregation, west
end of Church Square, East Main Street, Lititz.

BIBLICAL TABERNACLE
REPRODUCTION

Life-size model of Moses tabernacle in


the wilderness. Gift and book shop. 2209
Millstream Road, 299-0954. mennoniteinfoctr.com.

CANDY AMERICANA MUSEUM

Self-guided tour includes a videotape of the


Wilbur Chocolate Factory and a small working kitchen where candy is made. 48 N. Broad
St., Lititz, 888-294-5287. wilburbuds.com.

CAERNARVON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Open for local area research, Wed. 9 a.m.-3


p.m. Caernarvon Historical Society, 2148 Main
St., Narvon (Churchtown). 445-5040.

COLUMBIA HISTORIC PRESERVATION


SOCIETY

Museum includes works by Lloyd Mifflin, a


Civil War and Columbia history library and a
train display. 19-21 N. Second St., Columbia,
684-2894. columbiahistory.net.

CONESTOGA AREA HISTORICAL


SOCIETY

Museum upstairs and gallery downstairs with


local Native American artifacts. 51 Kendig
Road, Ehrlich Park, Conestoga, 872-1699 or
872-7631. pennmanorhistory.org.

DEMUTH MUSEUM

Home and studio of modernist Charles


Demuth (1883-1935). Permanent collection of
Demuths art, plus special events and exhibitions. 120 E. King St., 299-9940. demuth.org.

EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED


HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Exhibits of the history of the Reformed


Church in the U.S. Lancaster Theological
Seminary, 555 W. James St., 290-8734.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK MUSEUM

Restored 1865 U.S. bank. Guided tours offered


by reservation. Call for details. 170 Locust St.,
Columbia. 684-8864.

THE HERITAGE PRESS MUSEUM

A 1920s print shop with live printing demonstrations. 346 N. Queen St.

HISTORIC MANHEIM PRESERVATION


FOUNDATION

Exhibits and displays featuring items from


early Manheim. 27 Market Square, Manheim,
665-5560. manheim1762.org.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF THE


COCALICO VALLEY

Victorian mansion with regional history


displays. 249 W. Main St., Ephrata; Research
Library, 237-249 W. Main St., Ephrata, 7331616. cocalicovalleyhs.org.

LANCASTERHISTORY.ORGS CAMPUS
OF HISTORY

35,000 square-foot headquarters of


LancasterHistory.org. Genealogical and
historical research library. 230 N. President
Ave., 392-4633. lancasterhistory.org.

LANCASTERHISTORY.ORG ON THE
SQUARE

Downtown presence of the Lancaster County


Historical Society features a gallery, bookstore, gifts and special events. 4 W. King St,
392-4633. lancasterhistory.org.

LANCASTER MENNONITE HISTORICAL


SOCIETY

Permanent exhibit: Decorated and Plain:


A Mennonite and Amish Sampler explores
300 years of the plain people. 2215 Millstream
Road, 393-9745. lmhs.org.

LANCASTER MUSEUM OF ART

135 N. Lime St., 394-3497. lmapa.org.

LNP NEWSEUM

Glass-enclosed display shows how newspapers served people from earliest times.
Historic front pages displayed. Self-guided
tour. Always open. 28 S. Queen St. 291-8600.

LANCASTER SCIENCE FACTORY

Hands-on, science and technology center


with over 60 interactive exhibits relating to
the physical sciences. 454 New Holland Ave.,
509-6363. lancastersciencefactory.org.

LANDIS VALLEY MUSEUM

Largest Pa. German museum in country with


outdoor exhibits interpreting rural life from
1750s to 1900s. 2451 Kissel Hill Road, Route

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272, 569-0401. landisvalleymuseum.org.

LITITZ HISTORICAL FOUNDATION

Complex features a museum, an historic 1792


house and herb and perennial gardens. 145
E. Main St., Lititz, 627-4636. lititzhistoricalfoundation.com.

MARIETTA OLD TOWN HALL MUSEUM

Museum with revolving exhibits, including


Civil War memorabilia, a turn-of-the-century
school room and more. Open by appt. Walnut
Street and Waterford Ave., Marietta. For
tours, call Ray or Joan McKeeby, 426-3576.
mariettarestoration.org.

MAYTOWN EAST DONEGAL MUSEUM

Historic 1760 log home houses rotating


exhibits that explore the history of the area.
4 W. High St., Maytown, 426-1526. maytownhistory.org.

MT. JOY AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Museum and research center. 120 Fairview


St., Mount Joy, 653-4718.

MUSEUM OF MYSTERIES

Artifacts and exhibits on UFOs, bigfoot,


ghosts, and other unexplained phenomena.
301 Locust St., Columbia. 341-7574. paranormalpa.net.

MUSSELMAN/VESTA IRON FURNACE


VISITORS CENTER

Exhibits in this 1868 building tell the story


of anthracite iron production that took place
in this area in the latter half of the 19th
century.26 Furnace Road, (just off PA Route
441) in the Day Use Area of the Chickies Rock
County Park, Marietta. 887-5952. mariettarestoration.org.

NATIONAL CHRISTMAS CENTER

Museum seeks to preserve the magic, memories, history and traditions of Christmas with
15 galleries including an animated storybook
village, toy trains under a giant Christmas
tree, a walk-in Bethlehem and more. 3427
Lincoln Highway East, Paradise, 442-7950.
nationalchristmascenter.com.

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Ephrata Community Park, Ephrata. 733-7966.


ephrataperformingartscenter.com

NEW HOLLAND BAND MUSEUM

FULTON THEATRE

Display of musical instruments from


1620-present, plus photos, uniforms and
memorabilia of community bands of eastern
Pa. Second floor of Eastern Lancaster County
Library, 11 Chestnut Drive, New Holland. 3555096 or 355-6332. newhollandband.org.

NORTH MUSEUM

Nature, science and technology exhibits. 400


College Ave. 291-3941. northmuseum.org.

PHILLIPS MUSEUM OF ART

A full season of plays and musicals in this 19th


century National Historic Landmark theatre.
12 N. Prince St. 397-7425. fultontheatre.org

HOLE IN THE WALL PUPPET THEATRE

A unique operation with handmade puppets


performing scripts written by Puppet Master
Robert Brock. The John Durang Puppet
Museum is open before every performance.
126 N. Water St. 394-8398. holeinthewallpuppets.com.

Museum houses several galleries with rotating exhibits. Steinman College Center,
F&M College. 291-3879. fandm.edu/
phillipsmuseum.

LANCASTER COUNTY COMEDY SHOW

ROUGH AND TUMBLE MUSEUM

MOUNT HOPE ESTATE AND WINERY

Old farm equipment and steam tractors


run on soft coal just as they did in the old
days. Also, large display of gas engines and
antique automobiles, plus a blacksmiths
shop. 4977 Lincoln Highway East, Kinzers,
442-4249. roughandtumble.org

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD VISITOR


CENTER

Exhibits describe the anti-slavery resistance


at Christiana, Sept. 11, 1851, one of the critical
events that led to the American Civil War.
Also, info. on other sites connected with the
Underground Railroad. Historic Zerchers
Hotel, 11 Green St, Christiana, 610-593-5340.
zerchershotel.com.

WINTERS HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM

Originally a log cabin in 1750, this restored


building was moved and rebuilt in the 1800s
and incorporates three types of early architecture. 41-47 E. High St., Elizabethtown.
367-4672. elizabethtownhistory.org.

WRIGHTSVILLE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

Permanent display of photos and artifacts


of Wrightsvilles history. 309 Locust St.,
Wrightsville, 252-1169.

THEATER/STAGE
AMERICAN MUSIC THEATRE

Large-scale musical revues as well as a


variety of headliners throughout the year.
2425 Lincoln Highway East. (800) 648-4102.
amtshows.com.

Ventriloquist show full of comedy & songs


for all ages. 202 Hartman Bridge Rd., Ronks.
687-4263. lancastercountycomedyshow.
Presents the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
during the summer, and a variety of entertainments throughout the year. Route 72,
Manheim. 665-7021. parenfaire.com

RAINBOWS COMEDY PLAYHOUSE

Offers a series of comedies to accompany


its dinner menu. 3065 Lincoln Highway East,
Paradise. 687-4300. rainbowdinnertheatre.
com.

SIGHT AND SOUND THEATRES

The theatre presents biblical tales using large


casts, live animals, and spectacular effects.
Route 896, Strasburg. (800) 377-1277. sightsound.com.

THE WARE CENTER

Visual and performing arts centers featuring


art exhibits, classical & popular music concerts, opera, lectures and poetry, dance performances, programs for kids, and more. 42
N. Prince Street, Lancaster, and The Winter,
50 Cottage Avenue, Millersville. 872-3811.
millersville.edu/muarts.

WINERIES/BREWERIES
BUBES BREWERY

Only 19th century brewery building in U.S.


Microbrewery, restaurants. 102 N. Market St.,
Mount Joy, 653-2056. bubesbrewery.com.

LANCASTER BREWING CO.

Micro-brewery tours. Plum and Walnut sts.,


Lancaster. 391-MALT.

NATIONAL WATCH & CLOCK MUSEUM

DUTCH APPLE DINNER THEATRE

A wide variety of musical productions and


dinner. Limited seating for those who prefer
to see the production only. 510 Centerville
Rd. 898-1900. dutchapple.com.

LANCASTER COUNTY WINERY

Experience the evolution of timekeeping


around the world from early sundials to
atomic clocks. 514 Poplar St., Columbia, 6848261. museumoftime.org.

NEW HOLLAND AREA HISTORICAL


SOCIETY MUSEUM

EPHRATA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

MOUNT HOPE WINE GALLERY

Exhibits on local history. 2nd floor of the

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Historic Kauffman Hardware building, 207 E.


Main St., New Holland. nhhistorical.com.

Offering a season of plays and musicals.


Year-round schedule. 320 Cocalico St.,

Sited on one of the oldest farms in Lancaster


County. Wine sampling available. 799
Rawlinsville Road, Willow Street, 464-3555.
lancastercountywinery.com.
Complimentary wine sampling available.

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3174 Old Phila. Pike, Bird-in-Hand. 768-7194.


parenfaire.com.

NISSLEY VINEYARDS/WINERY ESTATE

THE CORN CRIB MAIN STREET MARKET

CHRISTIANE DAVID GALLERY

EPHRATA WHISTLE STOP MARKET

CITYFOLK

Local produce and more. Sat. 35 W. Main St.,


Mount Joy.
Monthly market with baked goods, vegetables, crafts and more. (Open every third Sat.)
Whistle Stop Plaza, 16 E. Main Street, Ephrata.

LANCASTER EAST SIDE MARKET

Fresh produce, baked goods and and more.


Sun. Musser Park, Lime and Chestnut sts. 3330443. lancastereastsidemarket.com.

Wine-making facility where the Nissley


family produces estate bottled wines. Tours
include wine sampling. 140 Vintage Drive,
Bainbridge, 426-3514. nissleywine.com.

LITITZ FARMERS MARKET

RED ROSE WINE TASTING ROOM

Wine shop and wine tastings. 25 W. King St.,


299-4909.

Seasonal farmers market. Sun. Flanagan Park,


E. Front and Pine sts., Marietta. 873-9117.
mariettamarket.org.

STOUDT BREWING COMPANY

MILLERSVILLE MARKET

Brewery tour. Route 272, Adamstown, 4844385. stoudtsbeer.com.

STRASBURG WINERY

Wine tasting room with wines from Tamanend


Winery. 1 W. Main St., Strasburg. 288-2385.
strasburg.com/Strasburg-Winery//.

TAMANEND WINERY

15,000-square foot winery, plus a tasting


room. 759 Flory Mill Road, 560-WINE. www.
tamanendwinery.com.

THORN HILL WINE TASTING STORE

Tastings of Thorn Hill Vineyards wine (from


California), light fare. 1945 Fruitville Pike,
517-7839. ThornHillVineyards.com.

TWIN BROOK WINERY

Wine tasting and tours of restored 18thcentury barn winery. 5697 Strasburg Road,
Gap, 442-4915. twinbrookwinery.com.

THE VINEYARD AT GRANDVIEW

1489 Grandview Road, Mount Joy, 653-4825.


thevineyardatgrandview.com.

WALTZ VINEYARDS

State-of-the-art boutique winery with


estate-grown premium wines. 1599 Old Line
Road, Manheim, 664-WINE. waltzvineyards.
com.

MARKETS
CENTRAL MARKET

One of the oldest covered markets in the


U.S. Produce, meats, baked goods, flowers,
more. Tues., Fri., Sat. Penn Square, Lancaster.
centralmarketlancaster.com.

COLUMBIA MARKET

Oldest farmers market in Lancaster County.


Thurs.-Sat., Third and Locust sts., Columbia,
449-4731. columbiamarkethouse.com.

Open-air, seasonal market. Sat. N. Water St.,


Lititz. lititzfarmersmarket.com.

MARIETTA MARKET

112 N. Prince St. 293-0809. christianedavid.


com.
146 N. Prince St., 393-8807. cityfolkonprince.
com.

CITY HALL GALLERY

City Hall Annex, 120 N. Duke St. (Enter


through Marion Street entrance.)

CRYSTAL REFLECTIONS

1726 Old Rothsville Road, Lititz. 419-9566.


crystalreflectionsart.com.

D&J SCOTT GALLERIES

323 N. Queen St., 397-5360. djscottgalleries.


com.

THE FRAMING CONCEPT

328 N. Queen St., 295-7290. theframingconcept.com.

Local produce, crafts and more. Wed. 163


W. Frederick St., Millersville. 380-3656. facebook.com/millersvillefarmersmarket

FRANZ FOX STUDIOS

NEW HOLLAND FARMERS MARKET

THE GALLERY AT DOGSTAR BOOKS

Local produce, baked goods, coffee, crafts


and more. Sat. Intersection of South Roberts
Ave. and Main Street, New Holland. newhollandfarmersmarket.org.

SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET

Local vegetables, plants, handmade items,


plus chicken barbecue. Sat. 3293 Lincoln
Highway East, Paradise, 687-6542. facebook.
com/SaturdayFarmersMarketAtParadise.

STRASBURG AREA SERTOMA CLUB


FARMERS MARKET

Fresh produce, baked goods and more. Sat.


Strasburg Borough Lawn, 145 Precision Ave.,
Strasburg. www.strasburgfarmmarket.com.

GALLERIES/ART SPACES
ANNEX 24 GALLERY

136 N. Prince St., 517-7053. facebook.com/


franzfoxstudios.
401 W. Lemon St., 823-6605. www.dogstarbooks.com.

GALLERY ON MARKET

15 West King St., 371-9864. galleryonmarket.


com.

GARTH GALLERY

22 S. Second St., Columbia, 684-0651. garthgallery.net.

HERMANSADERS VICTORIAN MANSION

420 Chestnut St., Columbia. 684-7899. hermansadersartgallery.com.

ISADORE GALLERY

228 N. Prince St., 299-0127. isadore-gallery.


com.

J. SCOTT WOLF STUDIO AND GALLERY


113 N. Water St., 271-4298. jscottwolf.com.

24 W. Walnut St., 341-0028. annex24gallery.


com.

JEROME HERSHEY STUDIO

ART & GLASSWORKS

JONAL GALLERY/ALVERTA ARTS SHOP

319 N. Queen St., 394-4133. artandglassworks.com.

653 Locust St., Columbia, 681-9400. jonalgallery.com.

ART STUDIOS AT THE KEPPEL BUILDING

JULIA SWARTZ GALLERY

Individual studios open by chance. 329 N.


Queen St.

3518 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse, 7238099. juliaswartz.com.

ARTISANS GALLERY

KEVIN LEHMANS POTTERY

34 N. Queen St. jeromehershey.com.

114 N. Prince St., 299-9496. 114artisansgallery.


com.

560 S. Prince St. 509-7547. klpottery.com.

BUILDING CHARACTER

241 W. Walnut St., 824-3961. LMNTLart.com.

10,000-square-foot indoor space with more


than 40 resident artists and artisans. 342 N.
Queen St., Warehouse B. 394-7201. buildingcharacter.biz.

LMNTL ART STUDIO GALLERY

LANCASTER ARTS HOTEL GALLERY


300

Harrisburg

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artshotelgallery.com.

LANC. COUNTY ART


ASSOCIATION

149 Precision Ave., Strasburg,


687-7061. lcaaonline.org.

LANCASTER GALLERIES

34 N. Water St., 397-5552. lancastergalleries.com.

LIZ HESS GALLERY

140 N. Prince St., 390-7222.


lizhess.com.

LYNDEN GALLERY

117 S. Market St., Elizabethtown,


367-9236. lyndengallery.com.

PA. GUILD OF CRAFTSMEN


CENTER OF AMERICAN
CRAFT

335 N. Queen St. 431-8706.


pacrafts.org.

RED RAVEN ART CO.

138 N. Prince St., 299-4400.


redravenartcompany.com.

RON ETTELMAN GALLERY


AT DREAM FRAMER

164 E. Main St., Mountville. 2854931. ronettelman.com.

SKYLER BLU

114 W. Orange St., 669-4104.


skylerblugallery.com.

MIO STUDIO/ARCTIC SUN


GALLERIE

SOHOTOGO

MODERN ART

SQUARE HALO ART


GALLERY

154 N. Prince St. 341-6509.

529 W. Chestnut St. itsmodernart.com.

MULBERRY ART STUDIOS

21 N. Mulberry St., 295-1949.


mulberryartstudios.com.

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240 N. Arch St., 645-1651.


archst-page4artboutique.com/

PARROT GALLERY

328 W. Orange St. 392-7567.


communitymennonite.org.

PA. COLLEGE OF ART AND


DESIGN

204 N. Prince St., 396-7833.


pcad.edu/maingallery.

PA. DUTCH ARTIST SHOP

3465 Old Philadelphia Pike, Main


St., Intercourse.

354 N. Queen St., 572-2246.


sohotogo.com.

37 N. Market St. 293-1087.


squarehalobooks.com.

STIEGEL GLASSWORKS

Glass blowing facility. 210


S. Charlotte St., Manheim.
Manheimdowntown.org.

STRAWBERRY & CO.

11 W. King St., 392-5345. strawberryandco.weebly.com.

SUK SHUGLIE GALLERY

1320 Manheim Pike, 393-0966.


sukshugliegallery.com.

SUNSHINE ART + DESIGN

104 W. King St. sunshineartdesign.weebly.com.

TODD SNADERS GALLERY


27 E. Lemon St., 397-0092.

UPTOWN ANTIQUES

352 N. Queen St., 471-4443.


uptownantiques.us.

STOP IN AND EXPLORE OUR STORES


including locally made folk art, rug hookings,
pottery, fraktur, scherenschnitte and textiles.

VELESKA JEWELRY

2359 Lincoln Highway East. 3961123. veleska.com.

WEAVINGS, INK

208 Hellam St, Wrightsville, 2523518. weavingsink.com.

HOURS
KING STREET TUES-SAT 10AM4PM
PRESIDENT AVENUE MON-SAT 9:30AM5PM
4 WEST KING STREET

230 N. PRESIDENT AVE

LANCASTER, PA 717-392-4633

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PAN EUROP

AUTOMATIC SWISS MADE

58 North Queen Street in Historic Downtown Lancaster


717-392-7305 reamjewelers.com