Lancaster tourism begins to emerge from COVID-19

We understand that travel is a very personal choice, so we encourage travelers to seek and heed the latest expert guidance.

But as stay-at-home orders ease or expire and when the time is right for you, Lancaster County will be here to welcome visitors.

Wide open spaces await you here, from our parks & trails to recreational activities and farmers markets to roadside stands – as well as our world-famous Amish farmlands and covered bridge driving tours.

And hospitality businesses are starting to re-open in adherence with public health guidelines – from lodging to retail to outdoor dining (with takeout & delivery still available, too).

While some of the coronavirus restrictions have been lifted in Lancaster, there are properties that remain closed or in limited operation by choice or regulation, so look for the “open” flags on our website and then confirm by calling or checking social media of particular properties for the most current info.

Though our Visitors Center is currently closed, we’ll continue to do our best to keep things updated on our website during this ever-changing time.

One thing that hasn’t changed, however, is the old-fashioned goodness of Lancaster County.

When you’re ready to experience some of it, we’ll be here, practicing social distancing, mask wearing, & hand washing – and asking you to do the same – so that we can begin to resume enjoying safe, sensible fun together.