Let the discovery begin. Let Lancaster County delight you with the things you always knew were here. And surprise you with a slew of things you didn't.
Nestled in the countryside of northeastern Lancaster County, "Antiques Capital, USA" is recognized as the premier year-round antiques destination in the Northeast.
Small Towns & Northern Countryside
Stroll down a street in one of our small towns, and you'll think you've wandered right into a scene of a Norman Rockwell painting.
Amish & PA Dutch Countryside
Pennsylvania Amish Country is a picturesque landscape that must be witnessed in person to be fully appreciated. Rolling hills with lush grasses and crops, farms with windmills dotting the horizon and horse and buggies sharing the road remind you that things are simpler here in Lancaster County.
The city is situated in the center of Lancaster County, and its seven square miles are packed with art, museums, historical attractions, restaurants and cafes, theatres, shops and boutiques.
Want even more of the great outdoors? The Riverlands are home to a host of scenic biking tours and hiking trails through beautiful rolling hills.
Take a short sightseeing trip from Lancaster County to explore our nearby neighbors. With Hershey just a short drive away, you're sure to enjoy the excitement of Hersheypark or the relaxing getaway of the Chocolate Spa. Take a daytrip to Philadelphia or head to Gettysburg to tour battlefields, mansions and museums.
Let the discovery begin. Enjoy hearing about all of the things you thought you knew straight from someone who's experienced it first hand - our bloggers.
Let our trails be your guide to outdoor adventure, the arts, wine, beer and more throughout Lancaster County. These handy guides are packed with information and trip ideas to make your visit extra memorable.
Live locally and love it here? Have out-of-town-guests coming to stay, and don't know what to show them about our wonderful County? This link is for you.
Each takes pride in providing the highest quality Lancaster County dining experience with sensational food and original recipes. And many places to eat use locally-grown ingredients from the heart of Lancaster County.
No matter your tastes, when you are our guests, you're sure to be treated to an incredible meal and warm hospitality.
Whether it is lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch, Cork & Cap Restaurant offers Lancaster County-inspired cuisine in a memorable, casual-hip setting. Dine in plush leather banquettes alongside restored brick and stone walls, lounge in the Cork & Cap's rustic bar area, or enjoy seasonal outdoor dining on our patio around Urban Place's signature smokestack.
2811 Lincoln Highway East (Rt. 30),
Award-winning lunch and dinner smorgasbords. New ala carte features from $8.95. PA Preferred, ServSafe & Reader’s Choice awards. AAA recommended. Minutes from Sight & Sound Theatre. Click thru for online coupons.
Delicious, authentic Pennsylvania Dutch cooking is yours to enjoy at Good ’n Plenty Rest-aurant. With three delicious ways to dine. Family Style: Our traditional all you can eat family style dining is our most popular dining option with all the food brought to the table by our experienced and friendly servers.
3121 Old Philadelphia Pike,
Route 340 one mile east of Bird-in-Hand,
Choose Lancaster’s Original Amish Farm Feast, as enjoyed by Adam Richman on Travel Channel’s Man v. Food Nation. Or, select from our expanded Ala Carte menu. Theater, lodging & buggies on-premise. USA Today award winner. Click thru to coupons.