There are a lot of things to do in Lancaster, PA. Lancaster is home to America’s oldest settlement of Amish, where thousands still live a centuries-old “plain” lifestyle. Going for a buggy ride or tasting PA Dutch food is always a treat. You can enjoy a number of different attractions, such as amusement parks, interactive farm fun, train attractions, pretzel factories, local sports, golf and much more!

There are also a lot of sites with historical value in Lancaster. The Fulton Theatre is one of the oldest theatres in America, and has been fully restored to its original beauty. Some towns had great significance during the Civil War and with the Underground Railroad. There are a number of wineries and breweries that are available for touring and a number of the wineries hold special events throughout the year, such as concerts and outdoor wine and cheese events.

Lancaster has over 120 playgrounds for families with little ones.  Children need to get outside and play even on vacation.  Some of the playgrounds are old and some are new but they are all fun and free.  www.playgroundlocator.com has the playground map and highlights some playgrounds in Lancaster.