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Lancaster, PA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 39
Total Sleeping Rooms 3,650
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 301
Committable Meeting Rooms* 35
Convention Center Space 90,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 70,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $97
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $56
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $284
*Maximum for a single hotel

Lancaster, PA Things to Do and Attractions

Clipper Magazine Stadium

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Lancaster's Clipper Magazine Stadium is home to the minor league Lancaster Barnstormers team, who plays for the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. The state-of-the-art stadium serves as a fantastic family-friendly entertainment zone, home to a

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Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania

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Located just 10 miles east of historic downtown Lancaster, the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania is home to one of the most significant collections of historic railroad artifacts in the world. The museum operates to preserve and interpret the broad

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Landis Valley Museum

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Honoring the heritage of Pennsylvania Germans, the Landis Valley Museum is a living history village and farm that interprets the history and material culture of a rural community dating from 1740 to 1940. The museum spans more than 100 acres, home to

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American Music Theatre

The 1,600-seat American Music Theatre hosts more than 300 live performances each year, ranging from Broadway shows to rock concerts and comedy acts to country shows. Since its 1997 opening, the theatre has enjoyed regional renown in its wide variety

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Kitchen Kettle Village

Located 10 miles east of Lancaster, Kitchen Kettle Village is a popular shopping village with 42 shops, restaurants and lodging. The village is centered around a world-famous canning kitchen, where local farmers use a small-batch, hand-stirred

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Millers Smorgasbord

Serving Lancaster since 1929, Millers Smorgasbord serves an outstanding traditional smorgasbord spread, full of traditional Lancaster County favorites. Smorgasbord selections include such favorites as seafood bisque, sauteed mushrooms, chicken pot

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Good n Plenty Restaurant

Specializing in Pennsylvania Dutch fare, the Good n Plenty Restaurant is housed in an 1871-built two-story Dutch farmhouse. Entree selections include baked country sausage, crispy fried chicken and pork and sauerkraut. The restaurant houses up to 600

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Restaurant Mazzi

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Located at Lancaster County's Inn at Leola Village serves refined Italian cuisine, using only the freshest ingredients. The elegant, award-winning restaurant is the county's only AAA 4 Diamond restaurant. Menu selections include pan seared duck

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Fenz Restaurant and Latenight

Known for its spectacular bistro dining in a restored late 19th-century factory building, FENZ Restaurant and Latenight specializes in comfort foods with a contemporary spin. Entree selections include house-made ravioli stuffed with arugula, goat

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Greenfield Restaurant & Bar

Serving delicious contemporary American fare in a warm, friendly setting, Greenfield Restaurant & Bar features a main dining room with distinctive stone fireplace, patio dining and quaint balcony, as well as a stately wine cellar. Entrees include

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Strasburg Railroad

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Lancaster favorite Strasburg Railroad enables visitors to travel aboard authentic passenger cars pulled by a massive coal-burning steam locomotive on a 45-minute train ride on the country's oldest short-line railroad, circa 1832. A richly educational

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Amish Farm and House

The country's first Amish attraction, the Amish Farm and House opened in 1955 as a working farm and museum dedicated to giving an accurate glimpse into Amish life. The 15-acre oasis is home to an 1805 farmhouse, 1855 covered bridge, blacksmith shop

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Fulton Theatre

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Opened in 1852, the historic Fulton Theatre is considered the country's oldest continuously operating theater, as well as one of only eight theaters named a National Historic Landmark. The beautiful theater features Victorian architecture, combining

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Dutch Wonderland

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A celebrated amusement park for children, Dutch Wonderland features 30 fun-filled rides, including two kid-friendly roller-coasters, water rides and a merry-go-round, as well as Duke's Lagoon, a multi-level waterplay platform. Dutch Wonderland

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Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

A working farm and "agri-tainment" center, Lancaster's Cherry Crest Adventure Farm is home to more than 50 farm activities, as well as its famous, five-acre interactive corn maze. Activities include a farm-wagon tour, baby chick hatchery, obstacle

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