Attractions & Activities

The City of Lancaster is never short on exciting attractions for people of all ages.

We offer a delightful assortment of almost 300 boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, entertainment and cultural venues. Downtown Lancaster also boasts an incredibly rich heritage to be experienced at our many museums, churches and historic buildings.

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African American Heritage Walking Tour

Visit 12 sites with Conductors & Storytellers.

Beadworks and Gem Den

Unearthed Beauty. Lancaster's rock, fossil and mineral shop

Beau’s Dream Dog Park at Buchanan Park

The park features a small and large dog area, both with splash pads - a doxi tunnel on the small…

Binns Park

Located on the 100 block of North Queen Street, Binns Park is the backdrop for several special events, concerts and…

Brandon Park

Brandon Park includes basketball courts, playground and new public art sculpture Revolutions.

Buchanan Park

Buchanan Park includes large grass area, basketball courts, playground and a pavilion.

Crystal Park

Crystal Park includes new renovated playground and basketball courts, plus the new public art installation Changing Gears.

Culliton Park

Culliton Park amenities include a splash pool, large grass area, basketball courts and pavilion. The Park is also home to…

Heritage Press Museum

Preserving letterpress printing history in Lancaster City.

Historic Lancaster Walking Tour

Discover the history and beauty of our wonderful city guided by a costumed interpreter.

Historic Rock Ford

Circa 1794 Georgian-style home of Edward Hand who served as Adjutant General to George Washington.

Lancaster Barnstormers

The Lancaster Barnstormers are a member of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. Managed by former Major Leaguer Butch Hobson,…

Lancaster County Food Tours

"Kumme Esse" is come eat in Pennsylvania Dutch. Join us to taste the best of Lancaster City.

Lancaster Newspapers Museum

Glass-enclosed, self-guided display that traces the evolution of how newspapers served people from earliest times