Come see our new exhibition: "Along the Susquehanna: How the River Shapes Our Region" through summer 2007. More information at www.alongthesusquehanna.org.
Located next to Wheatland, the home of President James Buchanan, the Lancaster County Historical Society offers a first-class research library and archives for people tracing their family's history. Explore award-winning exhibitions, learn how to do genealogical research, or immerse yourself in a living history encampment on the Civil War (September) or World War II (May). You can plan your visit through the extensive online library catalog and Web site at www.lancasterhistory.org.
The Historian's Gift Shop and Bookstore carries the latest titles in local history and genealogy. You can also grab a cup of coffee at the Corner Cupboard Snack Shop, then relax amongst the 105 varieties of trees in the surrounding Tanger Arboretum.
An exceptional place to make personal connections to the past.
Facility Amenities: ADA-compliant, Bus Parking, Free Admission, Gift Shop, Handicapped Access, Vending machines
General Information: Dates Closed: Sun., Mon., all major holidays, Hours: Tues., Thur. 9:30 - 9:30; Wed., Fri., Sat. 9:30 - 4:30, Open Year-round