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.


Visit Historic Lancaster PA Attractions

Amish Farm and House

The House and Farm is a window into the unique culture of Lancaster County’s Old Order Amish. This historic 1805 farmhouse is the first Amish attraction in Lancaster and remains one of the best. Don't be offput by the Target parking lot.  This a wonder way to feel and see how the Amish live their "simple" lives.

Amish Mennonite Information Center

Experience the Amish and Mennonite in Lancaster County’s “plain and simple people” through this museum exhibit of furniture, needlework and quilts.   One of the finest collections of Amish and Mennonite literature in Lancaster County.

Christiana Underground Railroad Center

The museum guides you to the experience of the Christiana Underground Railroad uprising in Lancaster County.

Cornwall Iron Furnace

The Cornwall Iron Furnace is a historic landmark of Pennsylvania's iron and steel industry.  This wonderfully restored iron and steel factory gives the visitors a look into Pennsyvania history.

Demuth Museum

The Museum in the small restored home of Charles Demuth the renowned modernist painter is a wonderful view of early last century Lancaster.

Ephrata Cloister

An early Germanic communal society to settle in America.  Experience their lives; history and spirit at this beautifully maintained original settlement.


Gettysburg is the heart of Civil War history.  In 1863 it was the site of the punishing Battle of Gettysburg, where some 50,000 soldiers were killed.  It is also the site of where Abraham Lincoln delivered the immortal Gettysburg Address dedicating it the burial site of some 50,000 fallen Americans.  Start your visit at the National Park Center seeing the Documentary and visiting the cyclorama painting of the battles

Hans Herr House & Museum

Visit this remarkable home and see colonial life in the oldest residence in Lancaster County. 

Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery

The first commercial bakery in America established in 1861.  Come and tour this beautifully restored business and make a pretzel.

Lancaster City

The oldest inland city in the US, Lancaster City is 287 years old in May of 2017.  Lancaster was the acting capitol for 13 years during the Revolution. Lancaster City is rich with history.

Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum

The largest living Museum of Pennsylvania German life.  100 acres with 40 museums this is truly historic site to visit.

Longwood Gardens

The former grounds and home of the DuPont’s this American treasure should not be missed.  Year round Gardens and greenhouses with a most amazing array of beauty.

National Toy Train Museum

This massive toy train collection features models from the 1800s to the present.  National Toy Train Library as well as hands on experience with everything Toy Trains.

National Watch & Clock Museum

Experience this fun and fascinating journey into the world of timekeeping, illustrated by more than 12,000 treasures of time.

President James Buchanan's Wheatland

A tour of Wheatland will begin in the Visitor Center which houses interpretative exhibits that display rare political memorabilia, as well as personal artifacts belonging President James Buchanan.  The Lancaster Historical Museum is a large part of this remarkable center.

Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania

A world-class collection of more than 100 historic locomotives and vintage railroad cars make this a premier location for all train enthusiasts.  

Rock Ford Plantation

The historic 18th century home of General Edward Hand is an authentic example of refined country living.  The home and museum sits in Lancaster Central Park.

Valley Forge

Valley Forge was George Washington's military camp just northwest of Philadelphia where the American Continental Army spent the winter of 1777–78 during the American Revolutionary War  Starvation, disease,  malnutrition, and exposure killed more than 2,500 American soldiers by the end of February 1778.
Located near Longwood Gardens and the town of Kennett Square this is wonderful day away.