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Outdoor Dining Locations in Lancaster City

Lancaster City has officially moved to the yellow phase! You may be wondering, “What does this mean for me?” and “Can I go out to eat now?” The short answer is yes. However, going out to eat will look slightly different for now. The yellow phase allows Lancaster City restaurants to open up their patios, courtyards, and rooftops to guests for outdoor dining. Restaurant goers are required to wear masks and practice social distancing. Many restaurants have maintained social distancing between parties by rearranging or removing tables to ensure six feet of separation. Please look for specific information on reservations, health procedures, and hours on the individual restaurant’s website and social media.

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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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Eat, Drink, and Make Music at the First Ever Key Krawl

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Keys for The City (the program that places pianos around Lancaster City), Music For Everyone is introducing Lancaster’s first ever Key Krawl! Chances are that while walking around Lancaster, you’ve noticed the many pianos featured at key locations throughout the city. The Key Krawl takes place on Saturday, […]

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Luck of the Irish: St. Patrick’s Day 2018

Saint Paddy’s Day is upon us here in Lancaster City and if you’re looking to get into the Irish spirit, look no further than these three establishments! All three local staples will be hosting musical events, special menus and fantastic drink specials all weekend long, so stop by all three to celebrate Saint Paddy’s Day. […]

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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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Lancaster: Capital for a Day

Most people know that Philadelphia was the nation’s first capital, and even more know that it’s permanent home is now in Washington, D.C.  However, many people don’t realize that Lancaster became the capital of the United States in 1777 – even though it was just for a day. Continental Army commanders decided Philadelphia could no longer […]

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