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Free things to do in Lancaster PA
Lancaster PA is a beautiful place, a perfect blend of urban and rural lifestyle. From Amish to the rich countryside everything is so beautiful and overwhelming that you’d wish to come again year after year. Or if you are a resident there you’d never wish to leave the beautiful county. That’s the true magic of this place.
Surely, everyone knows about itinerary of the famous place that are must visit for kids, elders and both. However, very less know about the free things to do in Lancaster PA. No matter if you planning a vacation to Lancaster PA or already a resident of Lancaster these few things should be a must-do in your checklist. Let’s have a look at the free things you can do in Lancaster PA.
The Quilt Museum
Here you can admire the craftsmanship of quilt- making, you can even learn about the art of quilt-making. If you are really an art-type person you’d totally love this place.
Wilbur Chocolate Candy Americana Museum
If want to know about the history of chocolate making then you should totally visit this place. This museum reveals the history of America’s favourite candies and chocolates. All the chocolate lovers this is the place for you.
Lancaster Newspapers’ Newseum
For some people it’s nearly impossible to pass by the day without reading the newspaper, if you are one of them then you should definitely visit Lancaster Newspaper’s Newseum to have a better knowledge of how newspapers have evolved.
Central Market Lancaster
It’s perfectly a one stop destination or all those people who love food and also the people who love shopping, of course the ones who love both. Have a nice Shopping spree while you have some food.
Kitchen Kettle Village
Kitchen Kettle Village contains over 42 shops, restaurants, and canning kitchen and may more. You can see Amish ladies around making jellies and jam. If you love food you’ll love this place too.
Heritage Centre Museum of Lancaster PA
Museum depicts and conserves the heritage of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Along with preserving and collecting the decorative arts of the county’s history, it also operates the quilt and textile museum of Lancaster PA.
First Fridays in downtown Lancaster
Join the thousands of like-minded people who enjoy art, who feel art rather than just viewing it. If you are one of them you’d love First Fridays.
Mascot Roller Mills and Ressler Family Home
Travel a few steps back in time to learn about the milling history of the Amish Community while enjoying along the banks of Mill Creek.
There a lot of enthralling and enticing things that money can’t buy, so take out time and live these precious moments.

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