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  • 230 N. President Ave. Lancaster, PA 17603
    717-392-4633
    LancasterHistory.org's Library is a research facility of genealogical and local history materials. Containing over 15,000 volumes, the collection also includes maps, family files, subject...
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  • 799 Rawlinsville Rd. Willow Street, PA 17584-8700
    717-464-3555
    A family-owned winery in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Tastings and sales. For groups at the winery, daytime or evenings, wine and cheese parties (group minimum of 25 adults). Memorable...
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  • 371 Carerra Dr. Lancaster, PA 17601-6811
    717-581-0274
    Anytime is a great time to visit the Lancaster Ice Rink! Whether it's to have some winter fun with friends or family, or just to escape the summer heat and cool off, a trip to the Lancaster Ice...
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  • 2215 Millstream Rd. Lancaster, PA 17602-1429
    717-393-9745
    The Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society preserves the heritage, history and cultural artifacts of Mennonite, Amish, and Pennsylvania German peoples.
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  • 135 N. Lime St. Lancaster, PA 17602-2952
    717-394-3497
    The Grubb Mansion, home of the Lancaster Museum of Art, was built as a townhouse for iron master, Clement Bates Grubb, and represents the most intact and sophisticated expression of Greek Revival...
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  • 28 S. Queen St. Lancaster, PA 17603-3942
    717-291-8600
    This self-guided series of exhibits features equipment from past newspaper production methods and displays of the evolution of newspapers spanning 200 years.
  • 454 New Holland Ave. Lancaster, PA 17602
    717-509-6363
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  • Route 560 Lancaster, PA 17601
    This bridge is a single span, covered wooden bridge consisting of Burr-type wood trusses in combination with a King posts and steel hanger rods.
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  • 2451 Kissel Hill Rd. Lancaster, PA 17601-4809
    717-569-0401
    Landis Valley Museum once was an actual crossroads village. Founded by brothers George and Henry Landis in the 1920s, it is a nationally significant living history museum that collects, preserves,...
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  • 2451 Kissel Hill Rd. Lancaster, PA 17601
    717-569-0401
    Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum is a 100-acre, open-air, living history museum in the heart of Lancaster County.  Started in the 1920's by Henry K. and George D. Landis, the museum collects, p...
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