Instagram-Worthy Spots in Lancaster, PA
Everyone loves to take photos while they are traveling, and Lancaster has no shortage of photogenic locations. We created a list of “Instagram-able” spots around the county as inspiration for the awesome shots we hope you tag us in (@Discover_Lancaster or with the hashtag #DiscoverLancaster). Of course, anywhere and everywhere around Lancaster County is great for photos, however, we noticed through some hashtag snooping the following locations are particularly popular.
436 West James Street, Lancaster
One of the dining hotspots in Lancaster, LUCA serves up delicious wood-fire pizza and rustic Italian cuisine in a charming yet modern atmosphere.
7 West King Street, Lancaster
With its minimalistic décor, maximum natural light, and delicious coffee beverages Passenger is a popular place to re-caffeinate by locals and visitors alike. We recommend ordering their mocha, it’s delicious.
Chickies Rock – Chickies Rock County Park
West Hempfield Township, PA 17512
Located along the Susquehanna River, the Chickies Rock outcropping offers great hikes, challenging climbs, and impressive vistas to photograph.
Stoll & Wolfe Whiskey Distillery
35 North Cedar Street, Lititz
Situated in quaint Lititz, Stoll & Wolfe Distillery creates big flavors. With 250 years of local distilling history, this modern craft distillery is proof everything old is new. Stop for a sample of their small batch spirits or order a craft cocktail.
Penny’s Ice Cream + Ice Cream Truck
228 North Prince Street, Lancaster
Penny's cute scoop shop begs to be photographed, with its pastel color pallet and vintage vibe it was basically made for the ‘gram. Plus after all, who doesn’t love ice cream.
Amish Farm and House
2395 Covered Bridge Drive, Lancaster
Ever wonder when you can try goat yoga? Visit the Amish Farm and House. Plus while you are there you can check out the other cute farm animals and learn some interesting facts about the Amish culture and heritage.
Various locations around Lancaster County
Lancaster PA Dutch Country is known for a number of things, one of them being our quintessential covered bridges- 25 of them to be exact! Check out our list, and follow the trail around the county to discover them all.
24 East King Street, Lancaster
An Irish pub right in the heart of Downtown Lancaster, Tellus360 is the place to go for great music. Snap a photo on their green rooftop bar which overlooks the city, and is open year round.
Thistle Finch Distillery
417 West Grant Street, Lancaster
Step back in time as you visit Thistle Finch Distillery. You can stop in for a tasting or a tour, or stay for a while to try a delicious craft cocktail.
Tomato Pie Café 23
North Broad Street, Lititz
Tomato Pie Café exudes charm, and serves up delicious drinks and dishes to match. Make sure to stop in while you are in Lititz and taste a slice of their signature tomato pie!
The Fulton Theatre
12 North Prince Street, Lancaster
Known as “The Grand Old Lady of Prince Street,” the Fulton has been part of Lancaster since 1852, and is one of the nation’s oldest continuously operating theatre. That sounds like a place worth documenting.
Bulls Head Public House
14 East Main Street, Lititz
From the elegant dining room at the Genera Sutter, to the outdoor patio, to the Bulls Head Public House this local watering hole is a great place to catch up with friends and grab a bite or a brew.
Lancaster Central Market
23 North Market Street, Lancaster
This 120-year-old building with its beautiful, red brick façade is a Lancaster County icon. Be sure to admire the architecture inside as well as out of Market. No matter the season you are certain to find fresh, local produce, baked goods, meats and cheeses.
Mt. Gretna Lake
130 Lakeview Drive, Lebanon
Mt. Gretna Lake is a great place to get away for the day. Pack a picnic and enjoy a day at the beach (minus the shore traffic!).
Prince Street Pop-Up Park
118 North Prince Street, Lancaster
With its fairy lights and shaded seating, this pop-up park is a great spot try some of the tasty treats from the city’s various food trucks or to relax with a good book and cup of coffee.
Lancaster County Back Roads
Take the road less traveled and you will be rewarded with beautiful views or lush green country side rolling through the County. No matter the season the view is always worth the extra time it takes to get from A to B.