COVID-19 Updates from Lancaster City Attractions July 31, 2020July 31, 2020 By Katie Kubis Since Lancaster City’s move to the green phase of reopening many local attractions have begun to reopen their doors to visitors. Below we have highlighted a few. If you are looking for something different to see or do in Lancaster City this summer consider visiting one of these Lancaster-favorites. Please see our full list of open attractions and their health and safety protocols for more information. Safety first! When out in Lancaster City be sure to social distance and wear a mask or face-covering while in public. It’s vital that all visitors and patrons follow the safety protocols each venue has established. Click Here for List of Attraction Updates Lancaster Science Factory View this post on Instagram Today is day 5 of our Flying Machine camp! We are handcrafting rockets and then blasting them into the sky! #lancasterpa #lancasterlovesscience #lancastersciencefactory #makerspace #stemeducation #stem #science #earlychildhoodeducation #flying #machines #crafts #kidcrafts #rockets A post shared by The Lancaster Science Factory (@the_lancaster_science_factory) on Jul 17, 2020 at 8:14am PDT Historic Rock Ford View this post on Instagram We are excited to announce that Historic Rock Ford Will be opening for limited tours beginning Tuesday, July 7th, with tours at 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 2:00 p.m. The mansion will remain closed for tours on weekends. All visitors must purchase their tickets in advance through Rock Ford''s Yapsody page. Details and ticket links will be coming soon! #historicrockford #discoverlancaster #visitlancasterpa #historichousemuseum #lancasterpa A post shared by @ historicrockford on Jun 23, 2020 at 10:31am PDT Demuth Museum View this post on Instagram The Demuth Museum has officially re-opened! We are excited to share 'Brumbach's Lancaster', a show celebrating the 50th anniversary of David Brumbach's first exhibition with works on display that span his entire artistic career. Timed entry pre-registration is required, and we still have tickets available! Make your reservation to visit the Demuth Museum online [link in bio: "Demuth Museum: Schedule Your Visit"], or call us at (717) 299-9940! For those who would prefer to continue visiting us virtually, the online exhibition of 'Brumbach's Lancaster' will be debuting next Friday, July 17! A post shared by Demuth Museum and Foundation (@demuthmuseum) on Jul 10, 2020 at 7:00am PDT When visiting these attractions or if you’re out enjoying Lancaster City please remember to social distance and wear a mask or face-covering. Have fun exploring! Cover Photo Credit goes to LancasterHistory of President James Buchanan’s Wheatland. Stay in the LOOP on all things Lancaster City by following Visit Lancaster City on Instagram and Facebook!