The Lititz House Bed & Breakfast
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This beautiful old Colonial Revival home was built in 1904 and has the original, stunning chestnut woodwork and pocket doors that were common in turn of the century homes. It is centrally located in beautiful downtown Lititz, PA, just 3 blocks north of Main Street. The entire house is decorated with warm colors, beautiful furnishings and cozy areas for relaxing. Whether travelling for business, a weekend getaway, or extended vacation, make The Lititz House your home. A sweet & savory breakfast of several courses awaits you each morning! Baked Stratas, Stuffed French Toast, and Bread Puddings are just a few of the dishes prepared to perfection using fresh local and organics products when available. Hot coffee or tea is available at sunrise, for those who need an early morning boost, and can be found in the guest second floor den.
National Trust for Historic Preservation names Lititz, Pennsylvania to its 2009 list of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations
What could be better than spending some time in a wonderful town that smells like Chocolate! Thanks to Wilbur Chocolate, located just 2 blocks south of our B&B, you will literally float through this adorable town on a chocolate scented journey. Historic Lititz, founded in 1756, is in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country and is the home of Sturgis Pretzel Company, the country’s first pretzel bakery, and the Wilbur Chocolate Museum and Factory Store. Lititz also has many other wonderful gift shops, restaurants, tea and coffee houses, consignment stores and much more.
Outside, enjoy a beautifully landscaped property with a privacy fence and year round perennials. The wrap-around porch and back decks offer wonderful places to sit and watch the world go by. The lovely fountain has become a real showcase piece and is now featured prominently in our garden, next to a wonderfully peaceful garden swing. Guests have their own private entrance and off-street parking. A lovely sitting room on the second floor provides a cozy place to read, watch cable TV or movies, play games or just get acquainted with other guests. Early morning coffee and tea are available in the sitting room followed by a full savory breakfast.
We are ideally located for discovering all that Central Pennsylvania has to offer:
- Manhiem - 10 minute
- Ephrata - 15 minutes
- Bird-in-Hand/Intercourse - 20 minutes
- Harrisburg - 25 minutes
- Hershey - 30 minutes
- Gettysburg - 80 minutes
- Philadelphia - 80 minutes
- Baltimore 90 minutes
- Washington - 2-1/4 hours
- New York City - 3 hours
Lancaster County is well-known for its miles of antique stores, Amish history and quilt shopping, outlet stores, and, of course, Hershey Park. Other area attractions include the Strasburg Railroad and museum, the incredible Sight & Sound Theatres, and miles of biking and hiking trails. Some of the northeast’s best craft shows are held in the area. And Farmer's Markets abound in Lancaster County. See our Attractions tab for more exciting things to do in our area! Most people visiting our area say they run out of time long before they run out of things to do!
Travelling for Business? We offer:
- Free WiFi
- Early coffee and breakfast to
- accommodate your schedule
- Flexible early and late check-in
- 24-hour beverage service.
- Call us for additional information
The Lititz House B&B offers several comfortably decorated accommodation choices, all with private bathrooms, air conditioning, and ceiling fans. Guests are welcomed to use several common areas. The upstairs common room is equipped with TV, DVD/VCR, movie gallery, games, and plenty of reading material. The first floor living room offers a favorite reading space, while the basement game room beckons guests to billiards, ping pong, darts, and a model railroad. The porches and decks are wonderful places to just sit and relax and meet new friends.
Meet The Innkeepers
We are Heidi and John Lucier and we purchased the Lititz House Bed & Breakfast on December 14, 2007. After two years of searching properties as far north as Southwest Harbor Maine, it is the vibrant town of Lititz, and this beautiful B&B that quickly became our focus.
We grew up together in Warwick, Rhode Island, but we moved to Lititz from Gloucester, Virginia. John retired from active duty with the US Coast Guard after 24 years of service and Heidi comes from a middle school science teacher background. Our oldest daughter Jennifer lives in Virginia with her husband Geoff and in 2009, we were blessed with our first grandchild... Olivia. Lauren, our youngest, is a 2nd Grade teacher, also in Virginia, and is engaged with a wedding planned for spring of 2012! With two daughters still living in Virginia, and our families in Rhode Island, Lititz is the perfect place to call home. And right at home with us is our two dogs! Layla, an eleven year old Lab mix and Sally, a five year old Beagle. Both dogs have become acclimated with their "innkeeper lifestyle" and look forward to just saying "hi" and letting you have your space as they reside in private owners spaces. (Sorry, but we are unable to accommodate guest dogs at this time.)
We both love this area and are very excited about this beautiful B&B in this charming town. We have been incredibly blessed to have met so many wonderful people in such a short time.
Come and make yourself at home...in our home!
LITITZ - THE GEM OF LANCASTER COUNTY!
Lititz is nestled in the heart land of rich farming country in Lancaster County, just 7 miles north of Lancaster city center. The earliest settlers were Swiss-German Mennonites in 1710 who fled religious persecution in Europe. They were quickly followed by the Moravians and Amish. For its first century, the town remained a closed community, admitting only members of the small Protestant sect of Moravians. Large colonial buildings to house members of the religion were built around a spacious square. By the mid 1750's, only ten years after the arrival of its first settlers, Lititz was an established village. Settlers had built old stone mills, wooden covered bridges and log homes. Many 18th Century town buildings have been wonderfully restored and can be enjoyed as you walk through town. Numerous local farms have been owned perpetually by the same families for 200 years. Be sure to stop by The Lititiz Museum to discover more about this wonderful town.
No other small community in the United States hosts the quantity and diversity of events: antique, art and craft shows, ArtWalk and Chocolate Walk, Summer Shopping Strolls, community park band shell performances, 4th of July festivals, historical re-ennactments, antique car shows and parades and more! For more detailed information about these events, go to www.shoplititz.com
Lovin' Lititz Every 2nd!
Historic Downtown Lititz is bursting with energy every 2nd Friday of the month. Each month Downtown Merchants are happy to announce great family activities and entertainments, free and open to the public, in stores and venues throughout the downtown shopping area. The 2nd Friday of each month year round, rain or shine, 5-9pm.
Downtown Lititz Farmers Market
Come join us at the Downtown Lititz Farmers Market. The market features a full variety of locally produced products sold by the farmers in a festive setting. Live music, children's activities, Chef Demonstrations and a community interest table make the Market a family friendly way to spend a Saturday morning. The farmers bring fresh vegetables, fruits, baked goods, dairy, meats, eggs, jellies, flowers, plants and much more. Shoppers can leave the Market with everything needed for a special Saturday night dinner or just a week of delicious food. Saturdays, May – October Hours: 8:00am - 12:00pm
- Picture a pleasant stroll along tree-lined streets in Old Town Lititz. Unique retail shops, restaurants, art galleries, and museums compliment the 250 year old heritage and architecture.
- 539 ART & FRAMERY - 47 E. Main St.
- AARON'S BOOKS - 43 S. Broad St. www.aaronsbookcorner.com,
- ALWAYS NEW TO YOU CONSIGNMENT - 21 S. Broad St.
- THE BARKING LAMB - 49 N. Broad St.
- CREATIVITY FOR YOUR HOME & GARDEN - 55 E. Main St.
- ENGLISH'S COUNTRY CORNER - 39 E. Main St.
- FORGET ME NOT - 61 E. Main St.
- GYPSY HILL GALLERY - 47 E. Main St.
- HEAVENLY SOAPS & SCENTS - 37 E. Main St.
- HESS CLOTHING - 11 S. Broad St.
- HIGH SPORTS, INC. - 727 Furnace Hill Pike
- KATHY'S FOLK ART & RUG HOOKING - 29 S. Broad St.
- LINDEN HALL SCHOOL - 212 E. Main St.
- LITITZ MUSEUM AND MUELLER HOUSE - 145 E. Main St.
- LITITZ SPRINGS PARK - Route 501 & Main Street
- LITITZ WATCH COMPANY - 119 N. Broad St.
- MAIN STREET PEDDLER - 22 E. Main St.
- MOMMY AND ME - 34 E. Main St.
- MORAVIAN CHURCH SQUARE - Main Street
- NEXT TO NEW FINE FURNITURE CONSIGNMENT - 41 S. Broad St.
- PENN CINEMAS - across from the Lancaster Airport, Airport rd. www.penncinema.com
- POTS BY DePERROT - 201 S. Locust St.
- PHOTOGRAPHER'S CORNER - 201 N. Broad St.
- SAVORY GOURMET - 69-B E. Main St.
- STURGIS PRETZEL HOUSE - 219 E. Main St.
- SUE'S BACK PORCH - 26 E. Main St.
- THE TEDDY BEAR EMPORIUM, LTD. - 51 N. Broad St.
- THE NORTH STAR - 53 N. Broad St.
- THE SASSY TASSEL - 35 E. Main St.
- THE WOOD DUCK - 23 N. Broad St. (Rear)
- TIGER'S EYE - 49 E. Main St.
- WILBUR CHOCOLATE'S CANDY AMERICANA MUSEUM - 48 N. Broad St.,
- CAFE CREATIONS - 27 E. Main St. - Tea House and Restaurant
- CAFE CAPRICCIO - Warwick Plaza - Great Italian Restaurant and incredible Pizza
- CAFE CHOCOLATE - Main St. - Incredible and healthy chocolate treats - also great food!
- DANNER'S DELI - 53 E. Main St. - Really good little deli right on Main St.
- DOSIE DOUGH - 45 S. Broad St. - Coffee, fresh sweet rolls, bagels and sandwiches
- GENERAL SUTTER INN - 14 East Main St. - Upscale fine dining - our favorite!
- GLASSMYER'S RESTAURANT- 23 N. Broad St.- Locals favorite - breakfast and lunch only
- GRECO'S ITALIAN ICES - 49 N. Broad St. (Rear) - Homemade ice cream and sandwiches
- ISAAC'S RESTAURANT - 4 Trolley Run Rd. - Good, different and healthy options
- LITITZ FAMILY CUPBOARD RESTAURANT & BUFFET - 12 West Newport Rd. - Best buffet around!
- METRO PIZZA - N. Broad St. - Take out only - good pizza
- THE PANTRY - N. Broad St. - Friendly place with varied hometown menu
- ROMA PIZZA - 54 E. Main St. - Eat in or take out pizza
- SCOOTER'S RESTAURANT - 921 Lititz Pike - Good food, bar, popular place
- SPILL THE BEANS - 43 E. Main St. - Coffee, bagels, and sandwiches
LANCASTER COUNTY INFORMATION
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania is as diverse and fascinating as it is scenic. When people think about Lancaster County and the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, they often think about the Amish.
There are many ways to explore and learn about the fascinating Amish culture and lifestyle while you are here. Come and enjoy our beautiful rolling farmlands, take a horse and buggy ride or a steam train ride through our peaceful countryside where our Amish neighbors still live without the use of electricity and motor vehicles. Discover Amish communities where life moves at a slower pace and centers around time-honored traditions and values.
You'll find beautiful scenery dotted with one-room schoolhouses and wooden covered bridges, modern farm machinery being pulled behind four-and six-mule teams, homemade clothing and quilts gently blowing in the breeze, and where you'll hear the clip-clop of horses' hooves echoing down quiet country roads. Tour the covered bridges as you enjoy the beautiful rolling hills and make sure you stop for some Pennsylvania Dutch cooking. This is an area that visitors have grown to love. Wherever you go here you'll find Pennsylvania Dutch hospitality and individualized attention.
However, once people arrive here, they begin to realize the broad diversity of unique attractions for all ages! Our world famous stage shows, incredible food, fantastic outlet and antique shopping, our historical heritage, and the fun activities for all ages often cause visitors to stay longer than they had planned!
The relaxing atmosphere, the peaceful scenery, and the variety of our many unique attractions and family activities have made Lancaster County one of America's favorite vacation destinations. Over five million people visit Lancaster County each year. Come see us and we know you'll have a wonderful time!
To find out more about our area, visit the official Pennsylvania Dutch Country website or download the official PA Dutch Country Map and Visitors Guide.
LANCASTER COUNTY ATTRACTIONS THAT SHOULDN'T BE MISSED!!
American Music Theatre
2425 Lincoln Highway East (Route 30, across from the Rockvale Square Outlets), Lancaster, PA 17602, 800-648-4102, 717-397-7700. The music never stops at "Lancaster's Entertainment Showplace." American Music Theatre presents two spectacular music revues: "The Revue" (April 1 - Oct. 14) and "AMT Christmas" (Nov. 2 - Dec. 30), and plays host to over 50 celebrity concerts every year.
Amish Quilts and Crafts from Riehls
Buy directly from the Amish! Riehls is an Amish family-owned working dairy farm and store in the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country managed by Sam and Susie Riehl. All quilts and crafts are handcrafted locally or domestically by the Amish. Many "English" sell Amish quilts. All Riehls Amish Quilts and Crafts are made by the Amish and sold by the Amish. You can buy "Amish-made" or you can buy directly from the Amish. Stop by the store or order online.
Amish Farm and House
2395 Route 30 East, Lancaster, PA 17602, 717-394-6185
Learn about the Old Order Amish of Lancaster County on a guided house tour. Explore the 25-acre working farm, investigate the barns and see the farm animals. Amish buggy rides and playground available. Open daily year round.
Balloon Flights Daily by the United States Hot Air Balloon Team
Lancaster Host Resort Inn, 800-763-5987 The best year-round Amish/PA Dutch farmland adventure tours available. Experience real fun for all ages. Call now to reserve your flight. One-hour flight -- $169.00 per person
Biblical Tabernacle Reproduction
Mennonite Information Center, 2209 Millstream Rd., Lancaster, PA 17602, 717-299-0954 Visit the full-size reproduction of Moses' Tabernacle in the Wilderness, designed from Biblical descriptions in the book of Exodus. Lecture tours explain the history and spiritual significance of this dwelling place of God among his people. Guests representing many faiths and cultures from all over the world have found this fascinating.
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre
510 Centerville Rd., Lancaster, PA 17601, 717-898-1900
Dinner and a Broadway musical with nationally selected performers and a live orchestra. Great entertainment!!
Landis Valley Museum
2451 Kissel Hill Road, Lancaster, PA. A large outdoor museum demonstrating Pennsylvania German Rural Heritage. Demonstrations of traditional crafts and skills serve to interpret and preserve the past PA German rural life including printing, leatherwork, pottery making, spinning and weaving. High quality and informative for those who are looking back to the past. Open Monday through Saturday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday, 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm. 717.569.0401.
This was originally a camp meeting, now it’s a quaint little town tucked away in the woods with a very unique summer events calendar. One of the best place for the arts and entertainment in the county. Classical, Jazz and Gospel music are routinely performed here each year. Highly recommended.
Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire - The Faire, beginning Monday August 11-12 through October 27-28, 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM is only part of this unique entertainment venue! Don't miss the winery, theater, Celtic fling, the mansion and many more events throughout the year. Just 15 minutes
up the road.
Rainbow Dinner Theatre
Route 30 East, Box 56, Paradise, PA 17562, 717-299-4300, 800-292-4301 All Comedy, All the Time! Fine dining and critically acclaimed shows in Paradise, PA. When was the last time you had a good laugh? America's only all comedy dinner theatre! Call for tickets 717.299.4300 or order on-line.
Sight and Sound Millennium Theatre
Rt. 896, Strasburg, PA 17579, 717-687-7800
Sight & Sound brings the Bible to life on one of the world's largest live performance stages. Backstage tours are available.
Living Waters Theatre
Rt. 896, Strasburg, PA 17579, 717-687-7800
Sight & Sound® places you in the heart of the action in this intimate 650-seat live theatre setting.
RIDE A TRAIN!!!
Strasburg Railroad - Founded in 1832, the Strasburg Rail Road celebrates the 175th Anniversary of its railroad charter in 2007. Ride the Cagney Steam Train, a miniature version; operate a hand-powered Pump Car or watch the little ones "steer" the pint-sized Cranky Car. Browse the Thomas™ Toy Store. Discover an amazing railroad bookstore and rail fan shop filled with apparel and merchandise. Don't forget to bring your appetite. You can enjoy food, drinks and entertainment while riding aboard Strasburg Rail Road, or grab a bite at our Trackside Café. See Dining Options.
The Milk & Honey Line. This is the "other train ride" that most people don't know about. The Middletown & Hummelstown (Milk & Honey) Line. Thirty minutes to west. They take you to the Indian Echo Caverns and return. You can ride the train, tour the beautiful caverns and return on the train. A great way to spend the day.
Indian Echo Caverns is just thirty minutes to the west of us. This is where the Susquehannock Indians came to 300 years ago. There are 5 "rooms" and 3 cavern lakes. For a special treat, Ride the M&H Railroad to get to the Caverns. Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 9 to 6. Remainder of the year, 10 to 4.
Choo Choo Barn - Traintown USA
Route 741 East, Box 130, Strasburg, PA 17579, 800-450-2920
See Lancaster County like you've never seen it before, captured in miniature! Built by hand over the last 60 years, the Choo Choo Barn is home to over 150 animated figures and 22 operating trains. Featured in Lionel Train's "Historic Layout Series". Don't forget your camera! Open daily, April - December.
Lancaster Barnstormers Minor League Baseball - Lancaster's own minor league baseball team! Take a trip to their beautiful new park and have a great time watching a really good team!
Wolf Sanctuary of PA WOLVES!!! There are only thirteen wolf sanctuaries in the nation, and one of them is just 5 minutes up the road, next to Speedwell Forge Lake. Their purpose is to save and preserve the Wolf; to give back to the wolf their dignity and as much freedom as possible. They have over thirty wolves here on 25 acres. They include the Eastern Timber Wolf, Western Timber Wolf, Arctic Tundra Wolf, British Buffalo Wolf and the Colombian Buffalo Wolf. The Buffalo Wolves are nearly extinct in the US. Public tours available Saturdays & Sunday at 12 noon. Weekday tours are available by appointment only, call 717.626.4617.
FREE THINGS TO DO IN LANCASTER COUNTY!!
Middlecreek Wild Life Area. If you want to see birds and wildlife, this is it!!! Only a 20 minute drive from here into the woods. Geese, ducks, eagles, swans, deer, grouse, pheasants, bob-tail quail, rabbits and over 400 different kinds of wildflowers. There are hiking trails through out. The Visitor Center is open to the public from March 1 through November 30 and is free. One wall of windows with tables of binoculars gives everyone the opportunity to see incredible amounts of birds. A movie is shown along with displays and information on wildlife. This is the year-round home for about 5,000 geese and in early spring over 40,000 snow geese make this one of their regular migration route stops. A great outdoors place to bring
HIKING - The Conestoga Trail runs north to south through Lancaster County. It begins four miles north of Brickerville at the intersection of Route 322 and Horseshoe Trail and continues 65 miles south to the Norman Wood Bridge (Route 372) just below the Holtwood Dam. This trail passes within 5 miles of the B&B. Here on the northern end, you'll find rolling wooded hills that turn into the rich farm meadows and fields that you expect find in Lancaster County. This trail passes 5 covered bridges, old mills and historic houses. The southern 15 miles is in the river hills with some beautiful vistas overlooking the Susquehanna River. If you want to see the real Pennsylvania Dutch Country, this is absolutely the best way to do it!
The Horseshoe Trail is a 140 mile trail that actually extends from Valley Forge, near Philadelphia, to the Appalachian Trail, 12 miles north of Hershey. It passes within 10 miles of our B&B and goes through miles of State Game Lands in our section. Here you can hike and ride horseback.
Mt Gretna Trails. There is a nice trail near Mt. Gretna that goes to a hill top. Good for the Sunday afternoon hiker, not too intense.
Afterwards, stop by the Jigger Shop to get some ice cream or a sundae.
Demuth Foundation - There's no admission charge for you and your family to visit the Demuth Foundation to see the preserved home and gardens of the renowned American modernist artist Charles Demuth (1883-1935). 120 East King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. 717-299-9940.
Dutchland Quilt Patch – Local Amish and Mennonite women demonstrate quilting Fridays and Saturdays 11:00 - 5:00 at 2851 Lincoln Highway East, Ronks, PA 17572, 800-411-3221.
George's Woodcrafts – See craftsmen at work building solid wood furniture of walnut, oak and cherry. Five show rooms of finished furniture and gifts. 9 Reichs Church Road, Marietta. 717-426-1004 or 426-1685.
Go Antiquing – Adamstown, Pennsylvania is known as the Sunday Antiques Capital. You'll find one of the largest concentrations of antiques in the nation. Also, numerous other antique shops and markets can be found throughout Lancaster County. To get a link to the Antiques Shopping Directory, click here.
Go To Market – Visit Lancaster County's Farmers Markets, where you'll find stands overflowing all year with fresh vegetables, meats, cheeses, flowers, herbs, baked goods and crafts. The Central Market in center city Lancaster is the oldest continuously operating farmers market in the nation. It's open Tuesdays and Fridays. Root's Country Market and Auction, located just off of Route 72 in Manheim, is open Tuesday's. The Green Dragon Market and Auction in Ephrata is open Friday's.
Go Parking – Central Park on the southern edge of Lancaster City, offers picnicking, ball fields, volleyball and tennis courts, playground, stream fishing, fitness and hiking trails, and historical sites. Chickies Rock Park, off Route 441 between Columbia and Marietta, offers a fabulous scenic overlook of the Susquehanna River along with hiking trails. Long's Park, at Harrisburg Pike and U.S. Route 30 has huge children's play areas, a large pond where you can feed ducks and geese, a petting zoo, and occasional free concerts. Muddy Run Recreation Park south of Lancaster at 172 Bethesda Church Rd. W. in Holtwood offers facilities for fishing, picnicking and boating (electric, row & paddle --*fee for boat rentals), plus ball fields, hiking trails, and playground equipment.
Heritage Center Museum of Lancaster County – Museum and education center dedicated to the exhibition, research and preservation of Lancaster County decorative arts from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Free to individuals; charge for groups requesting guided tour. Penn Square, Lancaster. 717-299-6440.
Herr Foods, Inc. – Free video presentation and tour of a snack foods production plant. Over 20 items include popcorn, chips and pretzels. Box 300, Nottingham. 800-284-7488.
Hershey Farm - Free walking trail, free self-guided tour of their flower and vegetable gardens, free children's play areas, free photo opportunities with various Amish buggies, and free on-site farm animals to see. Route 896, Strasburg, PA 17579, 717-687-8635, 800-827-8635.
Hershey's Chocolate World – Enjoy a free chocolate making tour. Visitors Center also provides information on other Hershey area
attractions. Free 2 hour parking in Chocolate World lot. Park Blvd., Hershey. 717-534-4900.
Intercourse Canning Company – Come to the Cannery. Viewing the cannery is free and so is sampling a variety of pickles, vegetables, relishes, salads, jams and jellies. 3612 E. Newport Road, Intercourse, PA 17534, 717-768-0156.
Kauffman's Hardware & Countrywares, Inc. – Take a step back in time in their 18th century building. Discover three floors of unique shopping and local history six days a week. 201-215 East Main Street, New Holland, PA 17557, 717-354-4606.
Kitchen Kettle Village – See jams, jellies, and relishes being made, and sample the finished products in this quaint village of shops. Route 340, Intercourse. 717-768-8261.
Lancaster Graphics Gallery – Visit an art gallery specializing in posters and limited edition prints of and about the Lancaster area. 34 N. Water St., Lancaster. 717-397-5552.
Lancaster Museum of Art - Permanent and changing exhibits of regional, national, and international artists. 135 North Lime Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. 717-394-3497.
Lancaster Newspaper Newseum – A multi-media sidewalk-access news museum showing equipment from by-gone newspaper production methods, the evolution of newspapers spanning 200 years, and more. 28 S. Queen St., Lancaster. 717-291-8676.
Mennonite Information Center – Enjoy the walk-through exhibit area describing the Mennonite way of life along with a free film in their theater at 2209 Millstream Road, Lancaster. 717-299-0954.
Old Candle Barn – See candle making and quilting demonstrations; gift shop filled with hand-dipped candles and crafts. 3551A Old
Philadelphia Pike (Rt. 340), Intercourse. 717-768-3231.
The Outhouse – Not what you'd expect! This combination store and fun house is truly an enjoyable experience for all ages. Ask for a free foot of chocolate when you're there. In the Village of Dutch Delights, 2853 Lincoln Highway East, Ronks, PA 17572, 717-687-9580.
Pennsylvania Dutch Candies – Candy plant tours and bicycle museum. Manufactures, imports and distributes candies, snacks and ethnic PA Dutch foods. 408 N. Baltimore Ave., Box 128, Mt. Holly Springs. 717-486-3496.
The People's Place Quilt Museum – Free admission. Open Mondays - Saturdays 9-5; closed Sundays. 3510 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse, PA 17534, 800-828-8218.
Rothman Gallery – This art gallery located at Franklin & Marshall College features rotating displays from the college's permanent collection of paintings, frakturs, tinware, quilts, glassware, cabinetry, folk art and fine art. Steinman College Center, College Avenue, Lancaster. 717-291-3879.
Scenic Drive Through Covered Bridges – Explore the charm of covered bridges throughout Lancaster County. You'll find 28 covered bridges along scenic back roads. Pennsylvania is often recognized as the birthplace of covered bridge building. From the 1820s to 1900 there were about 1500 covered bridges built in Pennsylvania. Because many state residents realize the importance of these historic bridges, Pennsylvania has the largest number of covered bridges in the nation. Today 219 bridges remain in 40 counties (Pennsylvania has a total of 67 counties). Lancaster County has more than any other county.
Scenic Drive Through Amish Farmlands – Explore the rolling Amish farmlands throughout Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Lancaster County.
Stoudt's Microbrewery – One of the leading micro-brewers in the country. Free 45 minute tour of the microbrewery. Rt. 272 North,
That Fish Place – See tropical fish, reptiles, and much more at the world's largest aquarium and pet supply store. Fascinating for all ages. 237 Centerville Road, Lancaster, PA 17603, 717-299-5691.
Wenger Gallery – Enjoy original fine art by Amish and Mennonite artists. Wenger Gallery is above Miller's Smorgasbord Restaurant at 2811-A Lincoln Hwy. E., Ronks, PA 17572, 717-687-5221.
Wilbur Chocolate Company Candy factory, outlet and museum exhibiting antique candy production equipment and antique molds. See candy being made. 48 N. Broad St., Lititz. 717-626-3249.
Wine Tasting and Breweries - Numerous local vineyards offer free wine tasting and tours. See the PA Dutch website for a directory of local Wineries and Breweries.
Lititz House B&B
301 N. Broad Street
The Lititz House Bed & Breakfast is located approximately 7 miles north of Lancaster, PA on Route 501 (in Lititz called Broad Street), just three blocks North of the Lititz town square on the corner of N. Broad St. and E. Market Street. Parking is behind the house on E. Market Street
From the East:
Follow Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) West. Take Exit 286 to Route 222 south. Exit onto Route 772 West and follow for 6 miles to Lititz. Turn right onto Broad Street (Route 501) and go North approximately 3 blocks to E. Market Street. Turn right onto E. Market St. and parking is behind the house.
From the West:
Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) East. Take Exit 266 to Route 72 south to the town of Manheim. Head east on Route 772 for 5 miles to Lititz. Take a left onto Broad Street (Route 501) and go North for approximately 5 blocks to E. Market Street. Turn right onto E. Market St. and parking is behind the house.
From Route 30:
Exit Route 30 onto Route 501 North. Follow approximately 7 miles to town of Lititz. We are 2 blocks North of Main Street on the corner of N. Broad Street and E. Market Street. Turn right onto E. Market St. and parking is behind the house.