Visit the Former Studio of a Famous Painter at Demuth Museum

At the Demuth Museum, you will get a grand tour of the famous namesake painter’s former studio and home. Discover Charles Demuth watercolors and paintings along with a lovely garden at the back of the museum and a history of … Continue reading

3 of the Best Things to Do in Lancaster PA on Sunday

Sunday is a quiet day in Lancaster County, in the heart of Amish and Mennonite Country. Sundays are for church or visiting within the Amish community, which means that several local attractions, shops, and restaurants are closed on this respected … Continue reading

Why You Need to Explore the York County Heritage Rail Trail

There are some great nature hikes near the Historic Smithton Inn in Pennsylvania. One of our favorites is the York County Heritage Rail Trail, which winds south down to the Mason-Dixon Line. The York County Heritage Rail Trail Park features … Continue reading

Looking for Day Trips in PA for Couples? Lancaster County is the Best Destination!

Whether you’re just looking for cool places to visit in PA or romantic weekend getaways in PA, Lancaster County is a great destination! Featuring rolling countryside, unique boutiques, roadside shops, and a rich Amish culture and history, this beautiful region … Continue reading

Twist Your Own Old-Fashioned Treat at the Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery

Celebrate 150 years of American pretzel baking when you visit the Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery in Lititz, PA. Just outside of Ephrata, Lititz of Lancaster County has been dubbed “America’s coolest small town” and features a variety of unique, local … Continue reading

We Know the Best Selection of Lancaster PA Wedding Venues

When looking for the perfect wedding venue for your special day, consider the Historic Smithton Inn! Our vintage bed and breakfast was built in 1763 and has since undergone renovations to make the interior luxurious with modern amenities. Tie the knot … Continue reading

Why You Need to Discover Lancaster PA History

Lancaster PA history goes back to 1709, when German immigrants known as the Pennsylvania Dutch settled in the area. Shaped by over 250 years of history and reflected in its amazingly intact collection of historic architecture and rich culture, Lancaster … Continue reading