Regions & Towns
Explore the Regions of Lancaster County, PA
Let the discovery begin. Lancaster County will delight you with the things you always knew were here. And surprise you with a slew of things you didn't.
Whether it's Amish farmlands and fresh air with outdoor adventure or downtown energy and vibrant artistry that you're looking for - or some combination of all, Lancaster County's got it all. The possibilities are endless, so check out our first-class lodging options and plan a few days of exploration in each of our regions!
Regions & Towns of Lancaster, PA
Summer family fun is back! Soar on Merlin's Mayhem or cool off in Duke's Lagoon. Open Saturdays, Sundays, & Memorial Day in May.
Where stories from the Bible come to life on stage, featuring massive sets, special effects, and live animals.
Bring their favorite engine to life and stop by Strasburg Rail Road between June 17-20. Buy your tickets before they're gone!
Awarded Best Magic & Variety Show. Magic & Wonder Theater is fun for all ages!
The Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery, founded in 1861, is the first commercial pretzel bakery in America; and the Sturgis Family is the oldest...
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 in the northwestern part of the county, and you’ll think you’ve wandered right into a scene of a Norman Rockwell painting. Enjoy visiting our quaint and historic towns including Ephrata, Lititz, Manheim, Mount Joy and Elizabethtown.
Amish & PA Dutch Countryside
Pennsylvania Amish Country in the eastern part of the county 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. A great deal of the city’s charm stems from the stories, architecture, and traditions rooted in its rich history.
In the western part of the county, wind your way along the beautiful banks of the Susquehanna River in historic Columbia and Marietta for antiques, dining and fun attractions like the Turkey Hill Experience. 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.
While you are in town, take a short sightseeing trip from Lancaster County to explore our nearby neighbors. Tour awe-inspiring battlefields. Meander through historic mansions and museums. Take in some world-class theme parks, restaurants and shopping adventures. You'll discover why Pennsylvania memories last a lifetime. Some of our nearby neighbors include Hershey, Gettysburg, and Philadelphia.
Nestled in the countryside of northeastern Lancaster County, Antiques Region is recognized as the premier year-round antiques destination in the Northeast.
Small Towns & Northern...
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.
Downtown Lancaster is the epicenter of it all, providing the perfect contrast of modern life to the rustic allure of surrounding Amish country.
Riverlands & Southern End
Walk, bike, or hike your way through the beautiful banks of the Susquehanna River.
When you're planning your visit to Lancaster County, you may want to consider adding on a day trip to visit nearby attractions either on your...