Use the map below to plan your adventure. You can pick up your Lancaster County Wine, Spirits & Ale Trail Books at the Visitors Center at 501 Greenfield Road. Use the special offers in the book at a minimum of four participating locations to get them stamped, and return it to the Discover Lancaster Visitors Center (marked in blue below at 501 Greenfield Road) to earn a Lancaster County Wine, Spirits & Ale Trail t-shirt. Don't worry - you'll get your Passport back as a souvenir, too.
Keep in mind... Use your head and plan in advance. Your license legally permits you to drink, or drive, but not both. Get a friend to "DD" and offer to do the same next time. Or you could always split a cab or limo. EAT! A long day of buzzy beverages can get real old real quick on an empty stomach. Some places have great food selections on top of their drink menus.
The trail is meant to be a fun, social way to soak up Lancaster's drink culture, not a drunken pub crawl. By all means, indulge! But be respectful and be responsible.
Use the hashtag #LancasterHappyHour along the way to share your discoveries!
Aaron & Jessica's Buggy Rides
Ride like the Amish do through all-Amish areas. Ask about our private rides! Open 7 days a week. Hours: Monday-Saturday: 10AM-4PM & Sunday: 10AM-3:30PMfind out more
Refreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center
Lancaster's spot for family fun & adventure! Outdoor activities include ziplines, archery, pedal carts & more! Make it a weekend with a family cabin rental.find out more