One of the most popular winter attractions in the region, AvalanceXpress Snow Tubing is a thrilling downhill experience for teens, adults and kids alike. With multiple downhill runs, including “Xtreme” lanes for experienced tubers and two new lanes for little ones, you will enjoy fast moving lines and even faster tube rides.
If you want to stay indoors, why not take in a show at one of our many theatres. At the Fulton Theatre, you can experience professional, Broadway-quality musicals, comedies and dramas in a beautiful National Historic Landmark Theatre. Stop by American Music Theatre to see one of their original shows, or a Grammy, CMA, Tony winner or National Broadway Tour.
The Holiday Season in Lancaster County is a joyous time of fond memories and festive traditions. We welcome you to join us as we celebrate! Hear children laughing in anticipation of presents. Breathe in the enticing aromas of cookies and pies. Feel the warmth of the crackling logs in the fireplace, and smile as families and friends gather to wish one another joy and peace throughout the year. See why the Holidays in Lancaster County are truly something special.
Relive precious memories - Window shop at "Woolworth's 5&10", filled with vintage merchandise and fixtures; discover "Christmas 1944 - The War Years", and more. Thousands of antiques and collectibles stir memories of hearth and home. Bring the family for an unforgettable holiday experience!
December typically begins with daytime temperatures in the low 40s, with lows in the evening of the mid 20s or below. January typically starts in the low to mid 30s, and ends in the high 30s. February is typically in the low to mid 40s. Evenings are typically cold, and range from the low 20s to the mid 20s in February.
Appropriate clothing for travelers in the winter months is long pants and a heavy jacket. You may want to check the weather before you come and pack your snow boots if snow is expected.
Lancaster County sees average amounts of precipitation for the Northeast. The average snow/rainfall is almost 3" per month. During the cold season, precipitation is most often in the form of light to moderate snow or light to moderate rain.