Arts & Culture
The vibrant arts community of Lancaster City is an integral part of our rich and diverse culture, taking on many forms from museums, live performances, galleries, and artist studios.
A steel horse sculpture by Dale Rogers located outside the Lancaster Mounted police stables in Long’s Park.
Christiane David Gallery
With a personality as vibrant as her paintings, Christiane David has taken art to a new level in her Prince…
City Ballroom Ballroom Dance Studio
Offering instruction in salsa, swing, tango, and more! No experience necessary - singles and couples welcome.
City Hall Bike Racks
Stainless steel bike racks designed by local artist Jeremy Waak. Located outside the entrance to the City Hall Annex.
City Hall Gallery
Public gallery located in the City Hall Annex, behind City Hall. Featuring a rotating show of local artists.
Color Our World Mural
Mural by Two Dudes Painting.
Common Thread Sculpture
Derek Parker’s large-scale, playful steel sculpture draws its inspiration from the bright red stitches on a baseball. One of the…
Community Room on King
Venue for monthly art shows on First Fridays and concerts on Music Fridays.
This installation, located on the corner of N. Prince Street and W. Chestnut Street, was created by nationally recognized designers…
Creative Works of Lancaster
Creative Works of Lancaster fuels and sustains the city’s cultural renaissance by nurturing and promoting opportunities for creative expression and…
curio. Gallery & Creative Supply
Curio. features a carefully curated selection of drawing and writing supplies, fine papers and greeting cards.
D & J Scott Galleries
Art and antiques for the discerning collector.
Dancing Arches Sculpture
Series of 20 colorfully painted steel arches of varying dimensions up to 12′ tall. Located in Rodney Park.
Demuth Foundation and Museum
Today, the Demuth Museum offers a unique experience of Demuth's artistic life and groundbreaking works through its collections, exhibitions, and…
East Side Community Kitchen Mural
A mural celebrating the East Side of Lancaster, painted on the side of the building that houses the East Side…