Historic Sites in Lancaster

Historic Sites in Lancaster, PA

Lancaster Historic Sites

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  • Denise K
    1 contribution
    The highlight of the tour was our tour guide. She was knowledgeable on the Amish and also very funny.
    Written 20 September 2022
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  • mezzie42016
    Syracuse, NY12 contributions
    The film that is shown first is very informative- about 25 min. Then there is a short walk to the house. We were greeted by the tour guide who was dressed in period clothes. It was supposed to be a 45 min to 1 hr tour. This tour was about 1.25+ hrs. We had to sneak out before the end of the tour because we had to be at our next stop! The guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining.
    Written 12 September 2022
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  • BjaTraveler
    New England78 contributions
    Definitely worth a visit if you enjoy churches and stained glass windows. The adjacent cemetery was worth a look as well. If not open just stop at the office next door during business hours and they'll let you in to take a look.
    Written 30 November 2021
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  • Flyer561980
    Ewing, NJ13 contributions
    Call yesterday to stop by for visit. Call returned in less than 24 hours.
    Warm welcome, felted like I was walking into my family church.
    I can't wait to go back with family and friends
    Written 20 February 2018
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  • P F B
    Edison, NJ1,642 contributions
    Also called Willow Hill Covered Bridge. Not one of the 1800s covered bridges that dot the Lancaster County landscape. This was built in 1962 using wood from other covered bridges in the area. Still worth stopping to view. It’s visible from Rte 30 (Lincoln Highway), but there is ample parking at the American Music Theatre. It’s not open to vehicular traffic so it’s safe to walk across without having the worry about cars wanting to drive over. You might also see animals from the Amish Farm and House, which is behind the bridge.
    Written 10 October 2021
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