Lancaster County, PA Non-Profits

Lancaster Museum of Art

Lancaster Museum of Art

The Lancaster Museum of Art supports local and regional artists with community-focused exhibitions and provides a facility for national traveling exhibitions. Established in 1965 by a group of artists and community leaders, the museum works to serve a diverse community and inspire a new generation of creatives. 

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Morgantown Reuzit MCC Thrift Shop

Morgantown Reuzit MCC Thrift Shop

Visit one of the quaintest and friendliest thrift stores in Eastern Lancaster County.  Our Cozy Shoppe features clothing, housewares, books, home décor, toys, jewelry, sewing and crafts and so much more! Our customers love our 50 cent clothing room and we also have a silent auction with vintage and collector’s items.

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National Watch & Clock Museum

National Watch & Clock Museum

People of all ages will enjoy this fascinating museum of timekeeping devices.  You'll see the earliest non-mechanical devices, tall clocks, cuckoo clocks, the atomic clocks of today, and thousands of clocks in between - over 12,000 items in this collection, the largest in North America. Take time to learn about time!

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Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland

Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland

We are one of the largest and most unique thrift stores in the region, located in New Holland for over 40 years. Our multi-level building features clothing, furniture, housewares, books, décor, antiques & more! Your purchase supports MCC and other local Charities. We also pick up quality furniture for Free!

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Rough & Tumble Engineers Historical Assoc., Inc.

Rough & Tumble Engineers Historical Assoc., Inc.

See in operation and display antique tractor pulls, threshing, steam traction and stationary steam engines, large gas engines and hit and miss engines, tractors, construction equipment, our blacksmith shop and sawmill.

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Wolf Sanctuary of PA

Wolf Sanctuary of PA

Wolf Sanctuary of PA offers a lifelong safe haven for displaced wolves and wolf-dogs.  The sanctuary provides quality care and enrichment for the wolves, and has grown into an educational facility, offering guided tours to provide education about wolf conservation and biology.  Visit their website for more information.

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Bible History Exhibits

Bible History Exhibits

Come see the greatest discoveries related to the Bible. See recreations of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Copper Scroll, the Silver Scrolls, Isaiah’s Seal impression, Pilate’s ring, the Shroud of Turin, and many other artifacts from Biblical times. Experience the Bible as never before! 

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Cavod Performing Arts

Cavod Performing Arts

A non-profit community theatre company dedicated to producing family-friendly stage plays and Christian entertainment for all ages. We offer live theatre performances of Broadway-style musicals, dramas, and comedies for children and adults to enjoy together. Located in New Holland, our theater is a short drive from Lancaster, Reading, Chester, and other towns throughout south-central and southeastern Pennsylvania.

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Demuth Museum

Demuth Museum

Located in his former home and studio, the Demuth Museum is dedicated to preserving the legacy of modernist painter Charles Demuth (1883-1935) and his groundbreaking art through unique exhibitions and educational programs. The museum‘s permanent collection contains over 55 Demuth artworks from throughout the artist‘s career, which rotates on display.

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Hands-On House Children’s Museum of Lancaster

Hands-On House Children’s Museum of Lancaster

There’s so much to explore at Hands-on House, where learning and play go hand-in-hand. We feature interactive educational experiences that delights kids 10 and under and their grownups alike! Exhibits include Little Valley Farm and Farmers Market, STEM Lab, Engineering and Construction Zone, outdoor maze and play garden.

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Historic Rock Ford

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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