When it comes to dining, Lancaster County restaurants have taken impressive and innovative strides to adapt this past year. Whether you want to dine in your own personal igloo, outside on a cobblestone street, or grab a meal and adult beverage to go, restaurants across the county have you covered. There is also an impressive number of food trucks throughout Lancaster County. Find where they’re parked by visiting Food Trucks in Lancaster.
For those who love the theatre, Lancaster is home to some of the best. It might take a bit of planning ahead, but it’s worth the extra steps. The Magic and Wonder Show is getting rave reviews for it’s exhilarating and edge-of-your-seat performances. Guests can get a good laugh with Ryan & Friends at Bird-in-Hand Theatre. As always, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre has a great lineup for the season and Sight & Sound Theatre is showing its immaculate show, Queen Esther, through December 23.
Want a getaway, but aren’t ready for the crowds? Lancaster County offers some of the best outdoor hiking, walking, and rails to trails. Check out Shenk’s Ferry Wildlife Preserve Guide for Wildflowers and their guide to wildflowers along pristine trails to put you in touch with nature.
If there is a silver lining to this past year, it’s that business owners, innkeepers, breweries, small businesses and more have shown their gumption and love for this county. We know it’s not the same, but hats off to those who are working hard to make it feel a little bit normal and safe. We can’t wait to welcome you back. As always, find your perfect inn at www.authenticbandb.com.