LANCASTER 2019

March 27–30, 2019 • Wed.–Fri., 9am–5pm, Sat., 9am–4pm
Lancaster County Convention Center • 25 South Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17603

THINGS TO DO IN LANCASTER

Visitor Center open Tues, Fri, and Sat 9-4pm

Fulton Theater – “Once” The Musical March 19-April 14th 12 N. Prince St.

Eichmann Family Series – March 30-April 13 – “Pinocchio” – 12 N. Prince St.

Sight and Sound – “Jesus” March 10-Oct 5
300 Hartman Bridge Rd, Ronks (close to Strasburg )
Note: purchase tickets far in advance

Dutch Apple Theater – “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” March 21-May 4
510 Centerville Rd. Lancaster

Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St – gallery exhibitions, “Piano Battle” musical performance March 29, “Joy of a Bird” painting exhibition March 21-May 11

Wheatland: President Buchanan’s home open for tours Mon- Sat 10-3pm
and LancasterHistory.org museum open 9:30-5pm, both located at 230 President Ave.

Rock Ford plantation closed for season

Historic Walking Tours closed for season, but you may contact Tom Woodcock to
arrange a private tour for 10 or more: 717-392-1776

Central Market hours: Tues 6am-4pm, Fri 6am-4pm, and Sat 6am-2 pm, located next to Visitor Center

RESTAURANTS

Breakfast/lunch

Goldie’s Bakery
Max’s Eatery
Commonwealth on Queen
The Bread Peddler
Harvest Moon Bagel Co.
Penn Square Grille in Marriott on Penn Square

Lunch/ dinner

Note: many restaurants open for lunch and close for the afternoon and then reopen for dinner.
Check websites for details: Penn Square Grille in Marriott, Ann Bailey’s Irish Public House, Bistro Barberet & Bakery, Silantra Asian Street Kitchen, The Pressroom Restaurant, Belvedere Inn, Sa La Thai, Himalayan Curry & Grill, Lancaster Cupcake, Chop Sushi, Lancaster Dispensing Company, Characters Pub, Shot and Bottle