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2869 Lincoln Hwy
Ronks, PA 17572
Phone: (717) 687-5226
Fax: (717) 687-5166
The Salisbury Township in the Lancaster County is bequeathed with the monumental home known as White Chimneys. The house has been built in various time spans and its oldest section was constructed in 1720. It is a magnificent depiction of the Federal style of architecture, and has been included in the National Register of Historic Places. This historical mansion is open to visitors and can also be hired for functions like weddings and so forth.
Tellus 360 is local Irish bar nestled in the hip area of Downtown Lancaster. It is a much loved bar among the locals and has been gracing the area for more than a century. With an earthy vibe and rustic charm, they present an elaborate list of wines, draft-beers and whiskeys. There is also a small rooftop bar which can accommodate around ten people. And apart from the alcohol, you can feast upon their delicious Irish specialties and enjoy the live music at the venue.
Located in just downtown Lancaster, this stadium is frequented by the locals. The Lancaster Barnstormers attract many fans to this venue. There are a variety of concession stands serving up some delicious food, these are always crowded between the innings. It is voted one of the best ballparks in the Atlantic League. One corner of the park also has a kids play area.
As the name suggests, the Long’s Park Amphitheater is an amphitheater nestled in the lush green Long's Park. The Long's Park Amphitheater along with the park's other facilities is utilized for hosting variety of cultural events. Summer concerts, art festivals, community events and other local fests and celebrations are hosted here. For details and events schedule, check website or call ahead.
eARTh is run by the local nonprofit organization, the Coatesville Area Arts Alliance. The Alliance uses eARTh as a venue to further art within the community of Coatesville, and eARTh is frequently used a cultural center for Coatesville. It is also available for private events and rental. For events and updated information regarding this venue, please refer to the website for more details.
Donegal Mills Plantation is an old corn mill located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The mill was built in 1775 and consists of the mill, mansion, miller's house, and bake house. It is a three-story structure and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 20, 1978.
Settled in the green plains of Mount Gretna, this theater has been home to several phenomenal plays since its inception. The Mt. Gretna Playhouse hosts dramas and comedies produced by the Gretna Theater Company, a reputed theater organization in the town. The theater also hosts special live acts for children. Check website for a detailed event schedule.
Do you want to learn how to dance? Fred Astaire dance studio offers Ballroom and Latin dance classes for all ages and experience level. Visit the website for more information and class schedule.