Lancaster PA Historic Sites

Lancaster County dates back to the 1700’s.  In fact, at one point, the city of Lancaster was the largest inland city in America. And it served as the nation’s capital for one day during the war of 1812.

There is a heritage of history and learning throughout the Pennsylvania Dutch Country that has been preserved for us today through numerous historical sites and museums. Have fun exploring!

 

Biblical Tabernacle

Mennonite Information Center, 2209 Millstream Rd., Lancaster, PA 17602, 717-299-0954

Go way back in time and tour a full-size reproduction of Moses' Tabernacle in the Wilderness. This replica is designed from Biblical descriptions in the book of Exodus. Your guide will explain the history and spiritual significance of this dwelling place of God among his people. Visit website

Sunday, March 8, 2015

x-Charter Day in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Charter Day Means Free Admission to State Museums March 8, 2015 - On March 4, 1681, William Penn received from Great Britain’s King Charles II a charter for land in the new world that would later become the Commonwealth of…

Categories: Community Interest, Entertainment, Museums, Musical events, Strasburg

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