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The American Revolution comes to Lancaster

When did the American Revolution begin for Lancaster? June 15, 1774.

Liberty Bond House: the miniature version of the colonial era Penn Square courthouse hiding in Buchanan Park

Believe it or not, there's a miniature replica of the 1787-1853 Penn Square courthouse in Buchanan…

Lancaster’s old Courthouse: Witness to Great Moments in American History

Great moments in American history took place in Penn Square, many inside the old Lancaster courthouse.

To keep the beer flowing during Prohibition, one Beer Baron ran a 3,000-foot suds filled hose through the sewers of Lancaster

Learn how a local beer baron shipped his suds 3,000 feet through the sewers of Lancaster…

Sons of Liberty Adventure

This downtown urban adventure has you exploring the epicenter for the spirit of independence in Lancaster…

Side Quest: Kayaking the Conestoga from Rock Hill to Safe Harbor

If you are looking for some ruins to explore or are a novice kayaker in search…

Lancaster’s bizarre treasure hunting superstitions

Finding buried treasure in Lancaster County isn't as simple as grabbing a good metal detector. It…

Steven Atkinson Log Cabin

Today the Steven Atkinson Log Cabin resides in the small town of Conestoga, but when it…

Remembering Safe Harbor’s Private William Campbell Civil War veteran

On this Memorial Day weekend, it seems fitting to remember Private William Campbellā€”a Civil War Veteran…

Port of Lancaster and the Curious Etymology of Safe Harbor’s Name

Where does the name Safe Harbor originate? Believe it or not, but it comes from the…