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Come experience beautiful Lancaster County, situated in the rolling green countryside of southeastern Pennsylvania. Whether you’re here to explore Amish country as a family, or enjoy a romantic getaway with your sweetheart, Lancaster County has something for everyone.

 

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

Ronks, PA
 

Katie's Kitchen

Ronks, PA
 

Strasburg Country Store & Creamery, The

Strasburg, PA
 

Uncle Leroy's Ice Cream & Candy Kitchen

Strasburg, PA

Come and Visit Lancaster County for the Weekend.

Lancaster County, PA is a remarkably diverse community with rolling hills, glorious farmland, and an artsy metropolis. During your visit, make sure you do these things!

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The picturesque quality of Lancaster County’s lush fertile land makes it the perfect destination for the road-tripper and photography enthusiast alike.

After a fun day of discovery, dine at one of Lancaster County’s premier restaurants and get a restful night of sleep at one of many comfortable accommodations.

Kids can take a ride on the enchanting Strasburg rail road, and history buffs will enjoy the abundant notable sites.

Wake up and do it all over again the next day!

Events

Dec19
7pm - 9pm

Music for Everyone Holiday Concert and Sing-a-long

The Marriott Hotel at Penn Square | Lancaster, PA 17603

The Music for Everyone Community chorus accompanied by a Brass Quartet will perform a free holiday concert featuring world music and old fashioned Holiday songs in the festive lobby of the Lancaster Marriott Hotel at Penn Square. All ages are welcome to share in this joyful community event. Come out and celebrate the spirit of the season, bring your voices and join the Chorus in a traditional Holiday sing-a-long.

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Feb6

Lancaster Roots and Blues


There will be over 50 artists at 6 venues, with 10 stages all within a few blocks of each other. The entire City of Lancaster is a National Historic District and the only city in the U.S. with that designation. It is a spectacular walking city with great bars and restaurants and features a vibrant arts and music scene. Visit our many art galleries, museums, and antiques and crafts shops.

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Feb6
5pm - 9pm
Free

First Friday | Downtown Lancaster

Lancaster City

There’s nothing like a First Friday in Lancaster! Join in Lancaster’s highly popular arts extravaganza each and every First Friday, 5-9pm.

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Feb6
5pm - 9pm
Free

First Friday | Downtown Lancaster

Lancaster City

There’s nothing like a First Friday in Lancaster! Join in Lancaster’s highly popular arts extravaganza each and every First Friday, 5-9pm.

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Feb7

Lancaster Roots and Blues


There will be over 50 artists at 6 venues, with 10 stages all within a few blocks of each other. The entire City of Lancaster is a National Historic District and the only city in the U.S. with that designation. It is a spectacular walking city with great bars and restaurants and features a vibrant arts and music scene. Visit our many art galleries, museums, and antiques and crafts shops.

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Spelunk in Cold Cave

Wind / Cold Cave

website | map it | Ridge Drive, Pequea, Pennsylvania,

Wind Cave is called Cold Cave because it's nearly freezing in there at all seasons.

It is one of the largest tectonic (created by moving rocks fracturing, not erosion) caves in the eastern United States. It is found in Pequea, Pennsylvania, about a 30 minute drive from Lancaster, in the Susquehanna valley.

To get there, follow 324 South from Lancaster. You will run into a T where the road ends when it hits the river. Take a left, onto Ridge Drive, before long on your right there will be a gated-off road entrance and several gravel parking spaces between the road and a guard-rail. Park here and follow the gated road about a hundred yards until you see a small path leading off to the left. Take this path, and keep going. It seems to wind on endlessly, but just keep going. You will come to a piling of rocks, and in this piling is a large entrance, with a sign posted by the York Grotto about taking care of the cave.

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