Attractions & Activities
Lancaster Newspapers Museum

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

Lancaster Newspapers Newseum, located at 28 South Queen Street in the City of Lancaster, is a glass-enclosed, self-guided display that traces the evolution of how newspapers served people from earliest times, with special attention to the evolution of the Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster New Era and Sunday News…all published by Lancaster Newspapers, Inc.

The Newseum is open at all times and is free of charge.

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