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.
3427 Lincoln Highway East, Paradise, PA 17562
Walk through amazing life-sized exhibits celebrating the history and traditions of the holiday, then enjoy our wonderful Gift Shop.
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
2451 Kissel Hill Road, Lancaster, PA 17601
Largest Pennsylvania Dutch Living History Farm & Village in the country, interpreting German Heritage from 1740-1940, including tours and traditional craft demonstrations.
721 Landis Valley Road, adjacent to Landis Valley Museum, Lancaster, PA 17601
A children's museum dedicated to helping kids learn, and making sure they have lots of fun in the process. Playing and learning go hand-in-hand.
230 North President Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603
Our recently expanded facility offers an extensive research library and archives specializing in Lancaster County History and genealogy. Come see our galleries showcasing objects from our collections.
Historic Zerchers Hotel, 11 Green Street, Christiana, PA 17509
This self-guided museum will allow you to trace the steps leading up to and following the Resistance at Christiana, also know as the Christiana Riot.
1 Lincoln Circle at Reservoir Park, Harrisburg, PA 17103
(717) 260-1861 (866) 258-4729
The National Civil War Museum is the first museum of its kind - a place where you can experience the multitude of human experiences that made up the Civil War.
2209 Millstream Road, Lancaster, PA 17602
(717) 299-0954 (800) 858-8320
Presentation to explain the history, construction, and spiritual significance of this symbolic dwelling place for God. Only at the Mennonite Information Center.
Stumptown Road and Newport Road (Route 772), Southeast of Leola, Ronks, PA 17572
The Mascot Roller Mills and Ressler family home offer a window to early American milling, housekeeping, and family life.