Fulton Theatre - Season Subscriber Discount!

Attention Fulton Theatre Subscribers!  Reserve your stays at The Lancaster Bed & Breakfast for all six Fulton Theatre shows of the season and save 20%* !

The Fulton Theatre releases its theatre schedule and subscription option each year around the end of April or 1st week of May.  So mark your calendars to visit www.thefulton.org to subscribe and snag the perfect tickets, then book your stays with us and save!

* Can not be combined with other discounts.


Lancaster Area Attractions

300 Queen Street Shops

300 Block of Queen Street is a great place to shop for Lancaster originals.  Fun food and a wide variety of shops are worth a stop.  Late hours on First Fridays and Sunday hours makes Queen Street a good place to spend your time.

Aaron and Jessica's Buggy Rides

There are many options for buggy rides but we feel Aaron and Jessica's is the most authentic and truly gives you the real Amish buggy ride experience.

Bird-in-Hand Farmers Market

It features tons of delicious offerings, including fresh meats, cheese and produce, a wide variety of baked goods, chocolates and candies, bulk foods, spices, coffee and loose leaf tea, locally made chips and hard pretzels, hand-rolled soft pretzels. Open Friday, Saturday winter, Wednesday, Thursday summer.

Central Market

This is America's oldest farmers' market building. Since the 1730's farmers have been bringing meats and vegetables to the site for sale to local residents.  A must see in central downtown Lancaster. Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday only.

Gallery Row

Lancaster is part of a strong and growing art community in the Mid-Atlantic.  Located adjacent to Pennsylvania College of Art and Design Gallery Row is made up of over 16 galleries.  Artist throughout the North and Mid-Atlantic vie to have their works shown in Gallery Row.  Prince Street, First Fridays and Gallery Row work together to generate excitement and originality to our arts life.

Hershey's Chocolate World Visitor's Center

Explore the many wonders of chocolate at the first HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE WORLD Attraction located in CHOCOLATETOWN, USA - Hershey, Pennsylvania

Kitchen Kettle Village

Kitchen Kettle Village is an institution in Lancaster history.  In 1954 with a vast supply of original jams and jellies Pat and Bob Burnley created this Lancaster tradition.  This is a wonderful way to find and experience area taste traditions.  While visiting you will find art, fashion, crafts and a wonderful array of original finds. 

Old Order Amish Tours

Old Order Tours are authentic, private, and respectful to our Amish friends. The knowledgeable guides show you sites that are exclusive to Old Order Amish Tours. They present the Amish culture in a unique and unforgettable way.  A MUST do.

Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Food, fun and frivolity each spring and summer in nearby Mt. Hope.  Experience a true Renaissance faire. 

Roots Country Market

This Tuesday only market is one of the largest in the Mid-Atlantic.  There's something for everyone at Root's. The Market features its produce auction as well as fresh meats, deli, bakery items, flowers, handmade crafts, antiques, collectibles and household items from over 200 stands.

Strasburg Rail Road

A 45-minute train rides through Amish country on America's oldest short-line railroad - circa 1832. Travel when you want, how you want.  From Coach to First-Class, Open Air to the Dining Car - it's one ride that is sure to please. 

The Green Dragon

Green Dragon is every Friday morning in the town of Ephrata in Lancaster County. Local shoppers have visited this local attraction since 1932.  There are over 400 local growers, merchants and craftsmen weekly.