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COVID-19 Updates from Lancaster City Attractions

Since Lancaster’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.

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Public Dining Areas in Lancaster City

If you’ve recently wandered around downtown Lancaster City, you may have noticed tables and chairs set up near Lancaster Central Market (N. Market St.) or behind Fulton Bank (E. Grant St.). These table and chair set-ups are part of the City of Lancaster’s public dining spaces initiative.

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Juneteenth Celebrations in Lancaster City

Juneteenth is a holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. Although the Emancipation Proclamation was issued on January 1, 1863, it was not until June 19, 1865 when slavery officially came to an end as word of emancipation reached Texas. To learn more about Juneteenth visit caplanc.org/juneteenth.

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10 Ways to Explore Lancaster City from Home

We know staying entertained at home isn’t easy. In an effort to help families stay occupied and in good spirits, Visit Lancaster City put together 10 ways to explore Lancaster City from home. Enjoy! 1. STEM-ulate the Mind with the North MuseumThe North Museum of Nature & Science is offering STEM Activity Packs, Virtual Tours […]

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Lancaster City for the Holidays 2018

As the weather is turning crisp, leaves are falling off the trees, and green and red is adorning the city, a series of holiday events are kicking off the season in Lancaster City. From the Mayor’s Tree Lighting ceremony to Breakfast with Santa, expect to have your holiday season jam-packed with festive events for the […]

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Slide the City returns!

The popular event that had everyone talking last summer is back for another round-Lancaster’s very own Slide the City. The world’s largest and most colorful water slide will be making its return on Sunday, August 21st, 2016. Slide the City is a family friendly slip n slide party event. Featuring live music, food, drinks, and […]

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Millersville Arts 2016-2017 Season Announced!

On August 4th Millersville University THE ARTS announced its brand new season. Don’t miss your chance to take advantage of the extended preseason preview discounted tickets now through September 18th! Three different opportunities are available for you to save on tickets through these packages. PICK YOUR OWN* – the more events you choose, the higher […]

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Beiler’s Donuts opens in Lancaster!

Beiler’s Donut shop has recently opened at the Champion Forge Center at 398 Harrisburg Ave; the space formally occupied by a yoga studio.  There are over 50 different kinds of flavors and combinations available! Doughnuts are often made with cake batter but Beiler’s uses yeast which contributes to their fluffier and lighter texture. The shop will […]

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Taste The World in Lancaster

Join selected restaurants in downtown Lancaster each second Friday of the month for Taste the World! A great idea for a family outing or date night, Taste the World features various options of food from participating restaurants all within walking distance of each other. This is a great opportunity to try new restaurants that you […]

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