300 Hartman Bridge Road (Route 896), Strasburg, PA 17579
The largest Christian theatre in the United States brings the Bible to life with spectacular sets, a 300-foot wrap-around stage, live animals and outstanding performances.
2395 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, PA 17602
Lancaster County's famous Countryside Tour welcomes you! Join us on our fun, interactive and personalized tours as we wander down less-traveled roads in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Visitors Center, 16 East Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522
In Ephrata, you will find the visitor center for the northeastern part of Lancaster County. Brochures, directions, etc. available.
455 Camp Road, Stevens, PA 17578
Looking for high adventure? Come take a ride on one of our Canopy Tours! Our guides will accompany you as you "fly" through the trees and enjoy a "bird's eye" view of the beautiful woodscape.
42 North Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603
Millersville University – Lancaster is the City’s fabulous community center, providing an exciting venue for live performances (music, dance, art, film, lectures), state of the art meeting and conference facilities, and breathtaking spaces for private/community special events.
3300 Board Road, York, PA 17406
(717) 767-6481 (800) 358-9675
The Weightlifting Hall of Fame contains a diverse history of the strength sports, their evolution from mythology to early Olympic Games and from the 19th and 20th century amateur and professional strongmen to the current specialized sport of Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting and bodybuilding.
Next-door Neighbors explore the region
13 Center Street, Intercourse, PA 17534
Tempt your tastebuds with a variety of pickled vegetables, fruit, relishes, salsas, bbq and hot sauces, jams, jellies, gourmet coffees, dip mixes and much more. Freshly canned by Amish & Mennonite folks. Free samples.
21 North 2nd Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Located in the original English Evangelical Lutheran Church, Columbia Historic Preservation Society is a museum dedicated to the preservation of the river town, formerly known as Wright’s Ferry and now known as Columbia.
River Hills explore the region