|The Artworks at
N. State St.,
4 floors of artists'
studios and galleries selling art, crafts, quilts, catalogue
fashion outlet. Free admission.
|Folk Craft Center &
445 Mt. Sidney Rd.,
Off Rt. 340 West of
Pennsylvania Dutch Museum, craft shops, sound film by
owner/photographer Mel Horst. Herb Garden, woodcrafters shop.
|Hands on House,
Children's Museum of Lancaster
(717) 569-KIDS (5437)
2380 Kissel Hill Rd.,
Where playing is key
to learning. For ages 2-10.
|Hans Herr House and
1849 Hans Herr Drive,
Willow Street 17584
Oldest house in
Lancaster County. Guided tour, rural life collections.
|Heritage Center Museum
of Lancaster County
Explore centuries of
Lancaster County's rich cultural history through the works of
its craftsmen. Quilts, folk art, furniture, and more. Museum
|Historic Mill Bridge
1/4 mile off Route
30, South Ronks Rd.
Colonial life and
Amish culture in one admission. Tours of 1738 Grist Mill, Film
"Life of the Amish", Amish house and school,
Victorian music room, buggy rides, shops, crafts.
|Heritage Map Museum
55 N. Water St., P.O.
Box 412, Lititz 17543
|The Petite Music Box
255 West Market St.,
Museum of music
boxes, which vary from tiny snuff box musical works, circa 1920,
to the star of the collection, a Regina 27-inch Orchestral
Musical Box, circa 1896, sought after by collectors worldwide.
|Historic Rock Ford and
Kauffman Museum of Folk Arts and Crafts
881 Rock Ford Rd.,
Elegant 1794 home of
Edward Hand, Washington's Adjutant General, with period
antiques. An 18th-century barn on landscaped grounds.
28 S. Queen St.,
and displays explain how and why newspapers served people from
earliest times to present. Shows old and new production methods
and today's headlines.
|Landis Valley Museum
Rt. 272, 2.5 miles N.
2451 Kissel Hill Rd.
Dutch museum. Museum shop and farm animals. Craft
demonstrations. AAA-rated EXCEPTIONAL. Admission.
|The National Toy Train
Off Rt. 741, East of
Strasburg RR on Paradise Lane
Museum has a fine
collection of toy trains from 1880 to present. Five huge
operating layouts include O, S, G, HO, and Standard gauge
trains. Continuous video show includes a comedy film.
|North Museum of Natural
History and Science
400 College Ave.,
reptiles, Native American, fluorescent, and animal exhibits.
|The People's Place Quilt
3510 Old Philadelphia
Pike, Intercourse 17534
The first permanent
exhibit of antique Amish quilts. These exquisite quilt
masterpieces are on the second floor of The Old Country Store in
the heart of the oldest Amish settlement in North America.
|Railroad Museum of
Box 15 (Rt. 741 E).,
Over 14 steam
locomotives, 11 passenger cars, and a 1950's freight train on
display. Go inside a 1905 steamer, caboose, WWII coach. See a
private car, GG-1 electric, and more.
|The Rothman Gallery at
Franklin and Marshall College
(717) 291-3981 (Call
P.O. Box 3003,
College Ave., Lancaster 17604
|Watch & Clock Museum
of the NAWCC
514 Poplar Street,