Lancaster Inn & Suites
Lancaster Inn & Suites
Lancaster Inn & Suites
Lancaster Inn & Suites
Lancaster Inn & Suites
Lancaster Inn & Suites
Lancaster Inn & Suites
Lancaster Inn & Suites

Popular Attractions in Amish Country

Situated minutes away from local attractions, shopping, restaurants and businesses, the Lancaster Inn & Suites has a premier location among Pennsylvania Dutch Country hotels. Conveniently positioned close to popular attractions such as Root’s Country Market & Auction, the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire and Landis Valley Museum, our hotel is right where you want to be to enjoy the many events and attractions in Lancaster County, Hershey and beyond.

During your stay, check out the following local attractions and activities:

  • Classic Soccer Park (next door)
    Home training ground of Pennsylvania Classics and is host to three annual tournaments as well as league play, training session, summer camps and outside rentals.
    Phone: +1 (717) 381-7030
  • Kreider Dairy Farm Tour (next door)
    Take a 90-minute tour of a modern dairy farm including a climb to the top of a 100-foot tall silo observation tower to view the patchwork of surrounding farmland.
    Phone: +1 (717) 665-5039
  • Stiegel Glass (2 miles)
    In the 1960s a group of Manheim business men decided to start a small glass works that would demonstrate the craft of glass blowing as it may have been carried out in the 1760s from our founding father, Henry William Stiegel. Today a group of dedicated volunteers and business leaders are committed to continuing Stiegel Glassworks 1976.
    Phone: +1 (717) 615-1111
  • Root’s Country Market & Auction, Inc. (3 miles)
    Lancaster County’s oldest single family-run country market.
    Phone: +1 (717) 898-7811
  • Spooky Nook Sports (4 miles)
    As the largest and most innovative indoor sports complex in the country, Spooky Nook Sports, located in Manheim, is the ultimate destination for families, athletes and businesses. With more than 700,000 sq. ft under one roof and over 50 acres of outdoor facilities, The Nook is loaded with an endless list of activities to compliment your sports needs – before and after your game.
    Phone: +1 (717) 945-7087
  • The Junction Center (2 miles)
    The Junction Center is a beautiful 28 acre facility that serves as home to WJTL FM 90.3. It features a number of live performance venues used by the radio station to host a variety of concerts and events.
    Phone: +1 (717) 459-3701
  • The Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery (6 miles)
    Visitors can tour the original pretzel bakery, get a hands-on lesson in pretzel twisting, observe our bakers twisting old-fashioned soft pretzels by hand, and shop for delicious treats and souvenirs in our bakery store.
    Phone: +1 (717) 626-4354
  • Wilbur Wilbur Chocolate (6 miles)
    Wilbur Chocolate began its journey as one of the oldest continuous chocolate factories back in 1884. H.O Wilbur had been a successful business man operating a hardware and stove business when he decided to expand his stores. On April 17, 1913 business started in Lititz, PA where it still stands today and still distributes their wonderfully decadent chocolate buds.
    Phone: +1 (717) 626-3249
  • Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire (7 miles)
    An exciting and expansive 16th century marketplace.
    Phone: +1 (717) 665-7021
  • Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park (13 miles)
    More than 30 rides, daily entertainment, Duke’s Lagoon water-play area, games, food and more.
    Phone +1 (717) 291-1888
  • Landis Valley Museum (10 miles)
    A historical village and farm exhibiting the Pennsylvania German rural community from 1740 to 1940.
    Phone: +1 (717) 569-0401
  • Lititz Historical Foundation & Museum (6 miles)
    Visitors to the Lititz Museum and Johannes Mueller House learn a history rich in creativity. The important contributions made in Lititz are displayed through the many artifacts and exhibits, some of which change on a regular basis, making each visit an adventure.
    Phone: +1 (717) 627-4636
  • National Watch & Clock Museum (11 miles)
    The National Watch and Clock Museum was officially opened to the public in 1977 and is recognized as the largest and most comprehensive horological collection in North America with over 12,000 items.
    Phone: +1 (717) 684-8261
  • Turkey Hill Experience (12 miles)
    Come learn how our ice cream is made, sit in our milk truck, create your own virtual ice cream flavor, milk mechanical cows and learn about the people and culture of Turkey Hill.
    Phone: +1 (717) 684-0134
  • Historic Downtown Lancaster (12 miles)
    A bustling downtown filled with dining, shopping, art galleries and entertainment.
  • Outlet Shopping (12 miles)
    Lancaster outlet shopping features hundreds of stores, with many grouped conveniently in the Tanger & Rockvale Outlet Centers.
  • Kitchen Kettle Village (17 miles)
    Lancaster’s famous canning kitchen with great food, shopping, and all around fun.
    Phone: +1 (800) 732-3538
  • Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre (18 miles)
    The largest Christian theater in the United States featuring biblical stage musicals.
    Phone: +1 (717) 687-7800
  • Strasburg Rail Road™ (19 miles)
    Fun train ride through Amish Country. Enjoy shops, dining and activities at the station.
    Phone: +1 (717) 687-7522
  • Hersheypark (23 miles)
    12 roller coasters, the Boardwalk water park, live entertainment, shops and food.
  • Hershey’s Chocolate World (23 miles)
    Explore an assortment of sweet chocolate attractions and treat your senses to the many wonders of chocolate.
    Phone: +1 (717) 534-4900

For complete information on things to do in Lancaster, click here to visit the Pennsylvania Dutch Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Web site.

About Lancaster

Did you know?

The Central Market is the oldest publicly-owned market in the nation, built in 1889. Market days are Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, and people arrive early for best selections.

Lancaster, the “Red Rose City,” was founded in 1729 and today blends traditional Pennsylvania Dutch charm with a rich, fascinating history. Though it was named in honor of Lancaster, England, the Pennsylvania town had little trouble deciding which side it was on when the fervor of revolution swept through the land in the 1770s. In fact, Lancaster was a key munitions producer for the Continentals during the War for Independence, and the city even served a turn as the fledging nation’s capital on September 27, 1777 when members of the Continental Congress regrouped here after fleeing Philadelphia. Nowadays, Lancaster acts as a doorway to the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, which promises a variety of unique destinations. In town is the nineteenth-century Central Market, the oldest publicly-owned farmer’s market in the country. Visitors amble past stands of regional products such as homemade sausage, bread-and-butter pickles, headcheese, fresh cut flowers, and handcrafted baskets. To learn more about the area, the Heritage Center Museum of Lancaster in Penn Square is a good place to start, and just a few minutes drive from town are popular attractions ranging from the historical (Rock Ford Plantation) to the presidential (James Buchanan’s Wheatland) to the cultural (People’s Place).