Seasons in Lancaster, PA

Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall - There's something for every season in Lancaster!

Lancaster, PA beautifully embraces all four seasons - snowy winter with festive holiday events and plenty of indoor activities to enjoy, fresh spring when the flowers and fields come back to life, lively summer filled with family-fun and outdoor adventures, and crisp fall with plenty of apples and pumpkins to be picked.

No matter what time of year you choose to visit Lancaster County, you'll find plenty to fill your days and many memories to be made.

Spring

Time to shake off cabin fever and head outside to enjoy the warmer weather and beautiful Lancaster County countryside. From birding and biking to Amish Mud Sales and Easter events, Lancaster is blossoming with things to do and experience.  more>


Summer

Summertime is a fantastic time to discover all the things to do in Lancaster County. The longer days, the warmer nights, and the magical hours at dusk make summer ideal for exploring more of the expected, and unexpected, here in our region. more>


Fall

As the air grows cooler and the leaves more colorful, it feels like Lancaster was made for this time of year. Wander the orchard rows to pick apples straight from the trees, stroll around a community fair or festival, and experience the bright foliage of fall in Lancaster, PA.  more>

 

Winter 

Brave the cold or enjoy the warmer climes of the great indoors — winter in Lancaster County is a wonderland filled with exciting things to do and see. Festive holiday events and shows are also plentiful in Lancaster, making for jolly holiday season.  more>

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Explore Retirement Living

Lancaster County is a great place to retire! We have a low cost of living, beautiful scenery, great arts & entertainment, high quality healthcare, and more.

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Stolen at Bird-in-Hand Stage

Stolen at Bird-in-Hand Stage

A small town is shaken when Zack Fisher, the infant son of an Amish family, is kidnapped. Accusations fly. Although everyone comes under suspicion, the case goes cold. On stage through Oct. 23

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