Hallowed Grounds in Lancaster PA

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  • 123 N. Prince St. Lancaster, PA 17603-3525
    The home of Andrew Ellicott from 1801 to 1813. Ellicott was something of a genius. He designed and built scientific instruments and helped plan Washington, D.C. He later became the Secretary of the...
  • Farmersville Rd. over Conestoga Creek Brownstown, PA 17508
    The Big Conestoga Creek Bridge is a combination of reinforced concrete, cantilever, and arch construction. The bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • 13 W. Boehms Rd Willow Street, PA 17584-9716
    This chapel was built in 1791 and has been restored to its original condition. Tours are available Saturdays, (12-2PM) and Sundays (12-1PM) during June, July & August or by phoning (717) 872-4133
  • King and Queen Streets Lancaster, PA 17603
    The Ghost Tour of Lancaster is Lancaster County's most popular and unusual night-time activity. Candlelight Walking Tours through the heart of Lancaster city explore the long-forgotten mysteries o...
  • 137 E. Main St. Lititz, PA 17543-2009
    The main exhibit of the Lititz Museum is an actual 1792 restored stone and log home named for the local tanner and dyer, Johannes Mueller, and is completely furnished with period items.
  • 2916 Old Philadelphia Pk. Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505-9721
    Step inside an authentic one-room school, built in 1877. Life-sized animation brings this interactive classroom to life.
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