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New Shows in the New Year

While many tourists pass through Lancaster County simply for the rolling green countryside and the quaint Amish craft shops, there is still more to see! The area is alive with many cultural experiences, including performing arts and theater productions. From Lancaster City and Strasburg all the way to Ephrata, the [read more…]

New Year’s Eve 2016

Among the glitz and glitter of New Year’s Eve, there’s no place like Lancaster County to welcome 2017. With our own version of the celebration, you’ll enjoy a free concert, fireworks, and the traditional lowering of the city’s Red Rose at midnight in the downtown area. Leading off with a [read more…]

Lancaster County Dining Guide

Looking for the best places to eat in Lancaster County? Find the perfect restaurant here. Whether you are looking for a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch meal, a sushi restaurant, or anything in between, Lancaster’s thriving food scene has a lot to offer. Breakfast While many inns offer breakfast included, if you’re [read more…]

Lancaster County PA weekend getaways

Best Weekend Getaways in Lancaster County

Summer is far from over here in Lancaster County, and that means there is still plenty of time to get away and enjoy the warm weather, quiet countryside, and relaxed atmosphere. The pressures of work and home can get to the best of us, and even a short weekend away [read more…]

Independence Day 2016

There’s nothing quite like celebrating the 4th of July 2016 in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Whether you are looking for a low key, small down celebration to join or want to enjoy the urban festivities in downtown Lancaster, there’s something here for everyone. And if you are planning [read more…]

Strasburg Railroad, Strasburg PA

Top 5 Family Vacation Activities

Summertime is right around the corner and it’s time to start planning family vacations for the year! Lancaster County is an attractive family vacation spot because it’s full of culture and history. Besides that, a slower pace means you can relax, recharge, and get the most out of your time [read more…]