Lancaster PA Historic Sites

Lancaster County’s Historic Heritage

Lancaster County, PA 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!

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Amish TTD
Covered Bridges
Events Calendar
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Farmers Markets
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Lancaster County, PA Historic Sites, Landmarks, and Museums

Historic Rock Ford

Historic Rock Ford is the 33 acre estate of Revolutionary War General Edward Hand. It offers guided tours of the circa 1794 Hand Mansion as well as the opportunity to visit the John J. Snyder, Jr. Gallery of Early Lancaster County Decorative Arts located in a re-constructed 18th century barn.

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881 Rockford Road
Lancaster, PA 17603

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