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Located in South Central Pennsylvania, Lancaster is one of the oldest settlement towns in the United States. The history runs deep in this city as it lays claim to famous Americans, such as William Penn, James Hamilton, and Robert Fulton. Along with it’s historic value, Lancaster has plenty of things to do and see throughout your stay. Time your visit to check out the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, Fire and Ice Festival, or another seasonal event, or come anytime.
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Visit some of the historic sites in town, Central Market - the oldest continuously run farmers' market in the US, Fulton Opera House, Lancaster County Prison. Or carve some time out of your day to tour Wheatland - the historic estate of James Buchanan, the 15th President of the United States.
A popular draw any time of year when visiting Lancaster is the variety historical museums. The Demuth Museum, the former home of painter Charles Demuth, is probably the best known. Other popular museums include the Lancaster Museum of Art and the Philips Museum of Art.
Spend a day seeking out treasures in the art galleries in town along Gallery Row located on the 100 block of North Prince Street. The city proper has more than 40 galleries and artists' studios. The galleries host a "First Friday" every month where they will extend their hours to showcase new artwork and new artists to the public.
Spend a day outdoors to play 18 holes at Overlook Golf Course. Long’s Park has picnic pavilions, a petting farm, children’s playgrounds, tennis courts, an amphitheater, and a three-acre, spring fed lake. Lancaster County Central Park is a large park with tons of space for running, riding bikes, and hiking along the Conestoga River.