Tours run Friday and Saturday at 10:30
While Lancaster is known for it’s Amish heritage, take a walk with us to learn more about our historic, vibrant, art and food filled downtown. We will meet and the Visitor’s Center in Penn Square then walk to several local food vendors. Along the way we will learn why the Woolworth company opened its first store in downtown Lancaster, how our theater once housed the city’s first jail, and of course the history of our food and beloved Central Market.
Started in 1983, Isaac's has been serving up its famous, made fresh, bird inspired sandwiches to very happy customers.
Foltz's warm, chewy soft pretzels have been a mainstay for 28 years.
Founded on the belief "that a cupcake has the simple power to impact someone's day" Lancaster Cupcake is the stop for locals to indulge their craving for delicious cupcakes.
Seasons Olive Oil & Vinegar Taproom
Starting in family fields in Spain, the Seasons Olive Oil & Vinegar Tap Room owners create and sell product based on passion and quality - winning many awards.
From its roots as an open air produce stand under the “shady maple” trees in East Earl PA, Shady Maple Farm Market and Bakery has grown into a staple of Lancaster County culture.
Lancaster Central Market
The country's oldest farmers' market, in the heart of Amish country occupies a beautiful 120 year old red brick building chock-full of local character.
Levengoods of Lancaster is a local cidery serving up a variety of their own handcrafted seasonal cider, along with craft beer, wine and delicious snack food.
Lancaster Pickle Company
A unique local company with over 12 varieties of fresh- made pickles. A Lancaster favorite!