April 4, 20227 Things To Do On A Lancaster City Staycation

Who says you need to travel to relax? Here are 7 things you can do during your Lancaster City staycation!

Get Your Brunch On At Max’s Eatery

38 W King Street • (717) 984-6286 • maxseatery.com

Max’s Eatery is a great brunch place to start off your day with options for sandwiches, burgers, and waffles. If you have a sweet tooth, leave room for some delicious shakes (alcoholic versions available)!

Get Creative at The Pottery Works

16 W. Orange Street • (717) 299-9963 • thepotteryworks.com

The Pottery Works is an open studio which means you can come in anytime and be able to select from hundreds of pieces that are ready to paint either inside or in the courtyard. Your beautiful pieces will be ready to be picked up in one week!


342 N. Queen Street • (717) 394-7201 • buildingcharacter.biz

BUiLDiNG CHARACTER is the largest local retail destination full of vintage, recycled and handmade goods. Items from over 70 independent shops are cycled through, making each visit fun!

Try Your Luck At Escape. On Queen

43 N Queen Street • (717) 435-8049 • escapeonqueen.com

Great for team bonding and challenging fun, Escape. On Queen offers four different themed rooms. Put your heads together and try to beat the clock!

Play Games at Decades

438 N. Queen Street • (717) 282-1421 • decadeslancaster.com

Decades not only has a six-lane bowling alley and 30 retro arcade games, but is also a full service restaurant and bar! Bowling is first come, first served and the establishment turns 21+ after 8:30pm.

Watch A Show At The Fulton Theatre

12 N. Prince Street • (717) 397-7425 • thefulton.org

The historic Fulton Theatre is full of musical productions, experimental studio plays, and workshops to bring the community together. Additionally, classes are offered for children, teens and adults. Grab a ticket for a show of your interest!

Stay at the Lancaster Arts Hotel

300 Harrisburg Avenue • (717) 584-9786 • lancasterartshotel.com

The Lancaster Arts Hotel, originally constructed in the 1880s,  is a wonderfully furnished place to stay. There is even an art gallery featuring over $300,000 worth of art all along its historic walls.