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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.
A steam-powered festival of dynamic musical performances and entertainment, artful vendors and much more – appealing to Steampunks, railway enthusiasts, and the modern visitor alike.
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!
This is very exciting! Definitely a photographer's dream!
Steampunk unLimited is a three-day festival at the Strasburg Rail Road. In keeping with the steampunk genre, Strasburg Rail Road’s early 20th century atmosphere is enhanced with the alternate history created by Steampunk enthusiasts. Unique costuming, creative works of art, authors, musicians and more bring this festival to life. Anyone is welcome to join the festivities. Admission is structured in multi-day packages with options to upgrade. Single-day tickets are available on-site.
Rides aboard Coach are included in all packages, and a selection of add-ons may be purchased separately from any package, ex. Victorian Dinner Train. With so many options, there is something for everyone at Steampunk unLimited 2015!
If you are coming, be sure to check out our guide on things to do at steampunk
Find the Village of Mascot and Tour Ressler's Mill
Mascot Roller Mills and Ressler Family Home
website | map it | (717) 656-7616 | Stumptown Road and Newport Road, Ronks, Pennsylvania, 17572
Visitors to the site, which features a remarkably preserved water-powered grain mill, step back in time to learn about milling history along the banks of scenic Mill Creek. The adjacent 1855 miller's house, home to three generations of Resslers, is a clear window to early 20th century housekeeping and family life. The home is preserved just as it was when brother and sister Franklin and Anna Ressler offered their neighbors the finest flour, along with neighborly hospitality.