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The Biblical tabernacle reproduction was created in the late 1940s as the "Moses Tabernacle in the Wilderness," by a Baptist minister in St. Petersburg, Florida. Mennonites later purchased the replica and eventually joined it with the Mennonite Information Center.
Brandon Court. A total of twelve rain gardens were constructed throughout the park all using primarily native plantings. Six parking areas were reconstructed using porous asphalt pavement with subsurface infiltration facilities. Inlet filter inserts were installed to pretreat and filter sediment from stormwater as it enters the inlet.
Buchanan Park is also the location of Beau’s Dream Dog Park. In close proximity to Franklin & Marshall College and the North Museum of Natural Science and History. Click here for wading pool information. If you are interested in renting Buchanan Park for an event, click here for information about receiving an activity permit.
Buchmiller County Park is named for Dulon F. Buchmiller who donated the property to Lancaster City in 1922. The County of Lancaster acquired this 79-acre park in 1977. Located in West Lampeter Township, Buchmiller Park is known for its open lawn areas and beautiful plantings. View the park map to see the different parts of the park.
Escape Room Lancaster is a unique and interactive entertainment experience that appeals to a wide range of demographics including co-workers interested in team building, couples looking for an interesting date night, bachelor or bachelorette parties, or a group of friends who want a challenge and laugh.
Welcome to Hershey Gardens. Hershey Gardens opened in 1937 with Milton Hershey’s request to “create a nice garden of roses.” More than 75 years later, the small rose garden has blossomed into 23 acres of botanical beauty providing visitors with unique experiences and enriching opportunities.
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Indian Echo Caverns is a beautiful and historic show cave located in Derry Township near Hummelstown. While it opened to the public in 1929, its geological history dates back more than 400 million years, when rushing water eroded the area’s limestone, thus creating the caverns.
Originally known as Isaac Baer’s Mill Bridge, it was built over the Conestoga River in 1876 for $1407. Damaged in1972 by the flood waters from Hurricane Agnus, it was moved to Lancaster County Central Park and rebuilt by David Esh for $75,000 in 1975.
Lancaster County Central Park Lancaster County Central Park, named for its centralized location in the county, is the largest of the county’s parks, covering 544 acres. Central Park is located on the southern edge of Lancaster City in West Lampeter Township.
Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, founded in 1958, preserves and interprets the culture and context of Mennonite-related faith communities connected to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We seek to be a gathering place where people can explore stories, ideas and legacy—for themselves and with each other.
Let us help you discover your Lancaster County connection! From maps and microfilm to diaries and Civil War muster rolls, LancasterHistory.org’s Research Library and Archives has many documents and services that can help visitors with their scholarly or ancestral research.
Proceeds from the Long’s Park Art Festival are the other important component to our funding process. People power pulls it all together! Through the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and guided by a dedicated Board of Directors, the Long’s Park Amphitheater Foundation is excited to offer these outstanding performances. Thank you for being a part of this wonderful community event.
Experience the world of Longwood Gardens…a place to see dazzling displays that elevate the art of horticulture …a place to enjoy performances that inspire… a place to watch majestic fountains spring to life…a place to relax and reconnect with nature.
The National Watch & Clock Museum is conveniently located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, less than two hours from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC, and Scranton/ Wilkes-Barre. The Museum collection is international in scope and covers a wide variety of clocks, watches, tools, and other time-related items.
Welcome to North Museum! Since 1953, the North Museum of Nature and Science has been Lancaster’s place to discover science, nature, and cultures. Since 1953, the North Museum of Nature and Science has been Lancaster’s place to discover science, nature, and cultures.
Northwest Corridor Linear Park is a short paved pathway that winds its way among the city streets just northeast of the city square. The pathway functions as community park for residents of downtown Lancaster and enjoys support from the local friends group.
Rodney Park amenities include splash pool, playground and public art installation Dancing Arches. Click here for splash pool information. If you are interested in renting Rodney Park for an event, click here for information about receiving an activity permit.
Sixth Ward Park includes basketball courts, playground, pavilion and splash pool. Click here for splash pool information. If you are interested in renting Sixth Ward Park for an event, click here for information about receiving an activity permit.
The monument pays tribute to Lancastrian Union soldiers killed in the Civil War and those that served in subsequent American military conflicts. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in the Fulton Bank quadrant of Penn Square.
Southern Market 100 South Queen Street Built in 1888 in the Queen Anne Style, this building displays ornamental terra cotta and decorative brickwork, and is anchored by two pyramidal tower. Closed as a market in 1986, the building now houses City Council Chambers. The building was designed by Lancaster architect C. Emlen Urban.
Guided Bus Tours, Amish Farmhouse Tours, and a 15-acre Farm Welcome to America’s first Amish attraction where we’ve been educating the public since 1955. We invite you to learn about the fascinating life of Lancaster’s Amish people while creating memories that will last a lifetime.
From our passion for goodness to our deep roots with Milton S. Hershey. Find out what makes Hershey’s the company that it is. From our passion for goodness to our deep roots with Milton S. Hershey. From our passion for goodness to our deep roots with Milton S. Hershey.
The Wolf Museum of Music and Art is a center for classical music. The home was once home and music studio to Dr. and Mrs. William A. Wolf, who instructed generations of Lancastrians in piano technique and theory. The home is spacious and tastefully decorated with 19th and early 20th century furniture.