Prices for a stay in Lancaster begin at $64 per night.
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Lancaster, Pennsylvania is a city known for its’ theme parks and for being home to America’s oldest farmers’ market. Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., are all within a three hour drive of Lancaster.
Things to Do in Lancaster
In Lancaster you can go on a brewery tour at the Lancaster Brewing Company or enjoy farm-to-table meals at the John J Jeffries Restaurant. If you love chocolate, make sure to spend a day exploring Hershey Park. Another popular theme park in the area is Dutch Wonderland, which has more than 35 attractions, rides, and shows such as the Wonder Whip and Duke’s Lagoon. Lancaster is also home to the Lancaster Central Market, which is the oldest farmers’ market in the country. The Lancaster Central Market is a great place to try out some regional cuisine, such as Pennsylvania Dutch sausage.
Day Trips Near Lancaster
Take a day trip to historic Philadelphia! You can take the train from Lancaster, which will take about an hour and 10 minutes. If you have a car, it takes about an hour and a half to get to Philadelphia. Philadelphia is a great place to go if you’re a history buff because you can see the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. If you’re looking to venture out of Philadelphia for a day, consider a trip to Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore is an hour and a half drive from Lancaster. In Baltimore you can go to an Orioles game, explore the Baltimore Museum of Art, or go on board the USS Constellation. While staying in Lancaster you can also visit Washington D.C., which is just under a two and half hour drive. Learn more about American history by visiting the U.S. Capitol Building and seeing the National World War II Memorial. Make sure to also check out the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum to try out the space simulator!
In Lancaster you can stay in a cozy, cape style house or rent a large contemporary home in downtown Lancaster. There are a multitude of hotels in Lancaster, most of which are two or three stars. The Red Roof Inn Lancaster has a fitness room and outdoor pool. If you prefer boutique hotels, try staying in the Cork Factory Hotel. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Lancaster vacation rental today!
Transportation in Lancaster
If you are looking to ride the train, you can board at Lancaster Station. Alternatively, the Red Rose Transit Authority has a bus station in Lancaster as well. You may find it easier and more convenient to rent a car, in which case there is an Avis Car Rental, Hertz, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car.