Theatre productions, cultural and historical attractions and dining experiences lend the flavor of Lancaster's spiritual side.
As part of your planning during this time, please call or check the website & social media of these properties for their most current operational information.
EPHRATA CLOISTER | 632 West Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522
Tour the 28 acre complex and learn about this celibate community, the oldest Protestant church, and how they came to be in Lancaster County. Allow 1 hour
LITITZ MORAVIAN CHURCH SQUARE ARCHIVE & MUSEUM | 2 Church Avenue, Lititz, PA 17543
The Lititz Moravian Church is the centerpiece for the Lititz Historic District. The Church is flanked by the 1759 Single Sisters House and the 1759 Single Brothers House commandeered by General Washington as a military hospital in 1777. Self-guided tour folders are regularly available in information boards. Group tours may be arranged by calling the Church office. In the museum you’ll find a display of musical instruments, paintings and artifacts accumulated over the long history of the Congregation that established Lititz as a church community in 1756. Allow 1.5-2 hours
BIBLICAL TABERNACLE REPRODUCTION | 2209 Millstream Road, Lancaster, PA 17602
The Bible comes alive with our life sized replica of Moses’ Tabernacle in the Wilderness as described in the Scriptures. Enjoy this unique and moving 45-minute guided tour.
Allow 1 hour
MENNONITE INFORMATION CENTER | 2209 Millstream Road, Lancaster, PA 17602
“Who are the Amish?” is a highly acclaimed 3 screen feature explaining the faith, practices, and spirit of the Amish.
Allow 30 minutes for film, and extra time for enjoying the information center
SIGHT & SOUND THEATRES | 300 Hartman Bridge Rd, Ronks, PA 17572
Original Biblical shows performed on an epic scale. The theatre features a 300 foot long wraparound stage and state of the art lighting, sound, and special effects.
Shows generally last 2.5 hours
AMISH EXPERIENCE | 3121 Old Philadelphia Pk, Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505
The production, “Jacob’s Choice,” features an intimate view of the Amish today through the eyes of the Fisher family and scenes from Amish history re-created with multiple projection screens. Afterward, experience an Amish V.I.P. (Visit-in-Person) Tour which includes visits to three Amish properties: a dairy farm, Q&A in an Amish home, and a session with an Amish schoolteacher, who may even join you for dinner!
Allow 3-4 hours
GOOD 'N PLENTY | 150 East Brook Rd, Smoketown, PA 17576
Experience authentic PA Dutch cooking at Good ‘N Plenty. Their unique family-style dining features delicious, fresh foods. Prepared and served by our dedicated and experienced staff, guests from near and far enjoy the scrumptious food and friendly service.
Allow 2.5 hours
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National Historic Landmark founded in 1732. German religious community. Unique architecture - early music - printing - fraktur - exhibits - special events...
Located at the Mennonite Information Center, the Tabernacle is a full-sized reproduction of Moses' Tabernacle in the Wilderness from Biblical literature. This presentation...
The Mennonite Information Center offers information and insight on the life and beliefs of the Amish and Mennonites. Hours are Monday, Thursday, Friday...
A visit to Sight & Sound Theatres® is truly an unique experience. Story, song and spectacular staging bring the Bible to life on...
The Amish Experience at Plain & Fancy Farm is a complete cultural interpretive center for visitors wanting to learn about and interact with...