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  • 49 N. Broad St Lititz, PA 17543-1048
    717-626-5002
    The Heritage Map Museum contains an extensive collection of maps, atlases and globes ranging in age from the Fifteenth to the Nineteenth Century. Examine and purchase historical maps.
  • Hershey Handbell Ensemble Concert - A Celebration of our Ten Years
    1947 New Holland Pike Lancaster, PA 17601
    717-298-7071
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  • 727 Furnace Hills Pk. Lititz, PA 17543-9501
    717-626-8318
    High Sports, Inc. is a family fun center providing great sports enjoyment for the whole family. The newest addition to High Sports is go kart driving featuring a 1.25 mile track for the young and...
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  • UPPER LEACOCK TOWNSHIP Lancaster, PA 17608
    717-299-8901
    The Hunsecker's Mill Bridge was originally built in 1848 and rebuilt in 1973 after the rising waters from Hurricane Agnus lifted it off its abutments and carried it downstream. Its length of 180 ft...
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  • 219 E. Main St. Lititz, PA 17543-2011
    717-626-4354
    America's first commercial pretzel bakery. Founded in 1861 by Julius Sturgis, this historic location is maintained today by the Sturgis family. Visitors are welcome to tour the facility and learn...
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  • EPHRATA TOWNSHIP Ephrata, PA 17522
    717-299-8901
    Built in 1873 and rebuilt following the 1891 flood, Keller's Mill Covered Bridge is known variously as Rettew's Mill Bridge and Guy Bard's Mill Bridge. It is the county's only white covered bridge....
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  • 1467 Lancaster Rd. Manheim, PA 17545
    717-665-5039
    Tour our state-of-the-art Dairy Farm which has been family owned and operated since 1935.  Our entertaining and educational driving tour is 90 minutes and will engage guests of all ages.  Drive...
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  • Golf Road Lancaster, PA 17699-0001
    717-299-8901
    Originally known as Isaac Baer's Mill Bridge, it was built over the Conestoga River in 1876. Damaged in1972 by the flood waters from Hurricane Agnus, it was moved to Lancaster County Central Park...
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  • 302 N. Plum St. Lancaster, PA 17602-2402
    717-391-6258
    A must for beer lovers visiting the Lancaster area. Choose from the microbrewery's fine selection including golden lager, wheat, brown ale, red rose amber, and porter. Excellent American food and...
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  • 18 North Broad Street Lititz, PA 17543
    717-473-4397
    Kumme Esse" is come eat in Pennsylvania Dutch. Join us to taste the best of Lancaster County.   In three hours you will experience the vibrant food scene in the City of Lancaster or the small town...
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