Public Art

Ewell Gantz Mural

A mural celebrating the lives of community activist Ida Gantz and Olympic Gold and Silver medalist Barney Ewell.

Changing Gears Sculpture

Sculptural grouping with LED lights & water feature drawn from rain water well. Located in Crystal Park.

Dancing Arches Sculpture

Series of 20 colorfully painted steel arches of varying dimensions up to 12′ tall. Located in Rodney Park.

Lancaster Gateway Bundle

This 35′ tall structure is not only an artist designed public art installation but also a 750 gallon cistern that…

City Hall Bike Racks

Stainless steel bike racks designed by local artist Jeremy Waak. Located outside the entrance to the City Hall Annex.

Binns Park Stage Canopy

This stage canopy is an inviting public space that provides shelter for everything from professional performances to a shady spot…

Binns Park Iron Fence

Artist designed, hand crafted wrought iron fence. The organic design compliments the beautiful Binns Park gardens.

Steinman Park Waterfall and Fountain

This 20-foot waterfall, water column, and pools is a tribute to John Frederick Steinman and James Hale Steinman. Located in…

Penn Square Fountain

Abstract copper  fountain. Located in the Citizens Bank quadrant of Penn Square.

Lion in the Park Fountain

The nations first noteworthy sculptress created the Lion in the Park fountain as part of an anti-cruelty to animals campaign.…

Horse Drinking Fountain

Created as part of an anti-cruelty to animals campaign.

Binns Park Fountain

Dancing, computer controlled fountain. Located in Binns Park.

Tribute in Bronze to Thaddeus Stevens

Thaddeus Stevens the congressman best known for legislating free public education in the early 1800’s is seated with a student…

Spirit of the American Doughboy Monument

Depiction of an American WWI soldier striding forward through no man’s land. This sculpture was erected in the 1920’s in…

Soldiers and Sailors Monument

This 43 foot tall gothic revival memorial was created in 1874. The monument pays tribute to Lancastrian Union soldiers killed…