For a complete listing of things to do in Lancaster County PA, visit the Discover Lancaster website.
The Pressroom Restaurant (7 miles) (Directions | Reviews): The Pressroom, “Where Great Food and Drink Make Headlines,” is truly a unique restaurant and meeting place. Located in the historic Steinman Hardware Building, The Pressroom has all of the charm and excitement for a perfect dining experience.
Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub (6 miles) (Directions | Reviews): Annie Bailey’s Traditional Irish Pub & Restaurant is Lancaster’s only authentic irish Pub and one of the favorite dining destinations in the county.
The Belvedere Inn (6 miles) (Directions | Reviews): The Belvedere Inn is an award-winning restaurant in Lancaster, PA, known for its delicious contemporary American cuisine and elegant dining atmosphere.
The Greenfield Restaurant & Bar (10 miles) Directions | Reviews: For a relaxed dining experience featuring delicious fare in a warm and friendly atmosphere, look no further than The Greenfield Restaurant & Bar.
Fireside Tavern (8 miles) Directions | Reviews: The Fireside Tavern is tucked away among the wonderful splendors of Lancaster County. It offers great food, wonderful service, a cozy tavern, casual dining areas and banquet facilities.
Lancaster Central Market (6 miles): The country’s oldest farmers’ market, in the heart of Amish country occupies a beautiful 120 year old red brick building chock-full of local character.
Old Mill Antique Store (9 miles): featuring a beautiful, open co-op sales floor, with a great variety of antiques and collectibles.
Burning Bridge Antiques Market (15 miles): Burning Bridge Antiques Market features hardwood floors, pressed tin ceilings, limestone walls, chestnut millwork and amazing windows!
Tanger Outlet Center (9 miles): Famous collection of outlet stores featuring apparel, collectibles, food items, home furnishings, jewelry and shoes.
Rockvale Outlets Lancaster (10 miles): Rockvale Outlets is an award winning, 560,000 square foot outlet shopping center located in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country and is ranked one of the largest and most successful factory outlet centers in the country.
Rennigers Antique Market (27 miles): This market is an antiques Mecca for visitors to Lancaster County located in Adamsown PA.
History and Culture
The Demuth Museum (6.5 miles): The Demuth Museum is dedicated to developing awareness, understanding and appreciation of the artwork and legacy of Charles Demuth, renowned American modernist painter and his family’s contributions to the Lancaster community.
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society (8.5 miles): Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, founded in 1958, preserves and interprets the culture and context of Mennonite-related faith communities connected to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum (10 miles): Landis Valley Museum, a living history village and farm, collects, preserves and interprets the history and material culture of the Pennsylvania German rural community from 1740 to 1940 and enhances understanding of their successful practices, interactions with others, and the impact on the state and nation for citizens of and visitors to the Commonwealth.
Historic Lancaster Walking Tour (6 miles): Did you know that Lancaster was once the capital of the U.S.? Have you heard of the Conestoga rifle or the Conestoga Wagon? Learn more about the history of this area on this interesting walking tour of historic Lancaster.
Sight and Sound Theater (9 miles): One of the most famous Lancaster County PA attractions, the Sight & Sound Theatre is a Christian theater company located in the lovely town of Strasburg. Visitors come from all over the United States to experience the top-notch productions at their 2000 seat Millennium Theater
American Music Theatre (9 miles): Since their debut in 1997, the American Music Theatre has welcomed Grammy winners, CMA winners, Tony winners, Opry legends, and even Oscar winners to their stage.
Shenk’s Ferry Wildflower Preserve (6 miles) (Directions): Shenk’s Ferry Wildflower Preserve is one of the most impressive wildflower areas in the eastern United States and certainly one of the most popular natural locations in Lancaster County for a springtime visit.
Strasburg Railroad (7 miles): Take a 45-minute steam train ride through some of the most beautiful, peaceful and productive Pennsylvania Dutch Countryside, with a stop in Paradise, PA.
Tucquan Glen Nature Preserve Walk (8.5 miles to trailhead) (Directions | Description): Tucquan Glen is a 338 acre nature preserve containing a tributary to the Susquehanna River. This area, located in Martic Township, is one of the most popular natural areas in Lancaster County.
Aaron & Jessica’s Buggy Rides (14 miles): offering seven different routes through REAL Amish country farms. Travel through the middle of Amish country farms where you will observe real Amish life.
Strasburg Scooters (8 miles): Get up close and personal with the many back roads and covered bridges of Lancaster County.
Shank’s Mare (Susquehanna River kayak rental & more) (23 miles) (Directions): An 1890’s era general store, the building is located on the banks of the scenic Susquehanna River. This unique structure houses Shank’s Mare Outfitters, specializing in sales, rentals and instruction of touring, kayaking, hiking and cross country skiing gear.