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542 Gibbons Road Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505
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Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA ADAMS COUNTY A Sentimental Journey Inn 433 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-420-0058 The Altland House 1 Center Square Abbottstown, PA 17301 717-259-9535
Gettystown Inn B&B at the Dobbin House 89 Sleenwehr Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-2100 www.dobbinhouse.com
Cashtown Inn 1325 Old Rt 30, P.O. Box 103 Cashtown, PA 17310 717-334-9722 800-367-1797
Hickory Bridge Farm 96 Hickory Bridge Road Orrtanna, PA 17353 717-642-5261
Baladerry Inn at Gettysburg 40 Hospital Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-1342
Cornerstone Farm Bed & Breakfast 305 Crooked Creek Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8205
The Barker House Bed & Breakfast 10 Lincoln Way West New Oxford, PA 17350 717-624-9066
The Doubleday Inn Bed & Breakfast 104 Doubleday Avenue (Oak Ridge) Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-9119
Battlefield Bed & Breakfast Inn 2264 Emmitsburg Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8804
Inn at Herr Ridge & Herr Tavern 900 Chambersburg Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-4332 Inn at Lincoln Square 12 Lincoln Square Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-1427 Inn at White Oak B & B 1 White Oak Trail Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8448
Farnsworth House Inn 401 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8838
The Bechtel Victorian Mansion Inn 400 W. King Street East Berlin, PA 17316 717-259-7760 800-331-1108
The Gaslight Inn 33 E. Middle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-9100 800-914-5698
The Brafferton Inn 44 York Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-3423 866-337-3423
Gettysburg Pond View Farm Bed & Breakfast 530 Carr Hill Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-642-9493
James Gettys Hotel 27 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-1334
The Martin House Bed and Breakfast 1085 Jacks Mt. Road Fairfield, PA 17320 717-642-5645 Mary-Penn Bed & Breakfast 716 Mason Dixon Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-5055 Raphael Inn 32 E. Lincoln Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-398-8580 Slocum House Inn 200 Blue Berry Road Gardners, PA 17324 717-528-7390 The Swope Manor B & B 60 York Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-398-2655 Tillie Pierce House Inn 301 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 855-874-3723
Keystone Inn 231 Hanover Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-3888
Bally Spring Inn 90 Airport Road Barto, PA 19504 610-845-3500
Lightner Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast 2350 Baltimore Pike Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-9508
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2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Brooke Mansion Victorian Inn 301 Washington Street Birdsboro, PA 19508 610-582-9775 Gruber Homestead Settler's Cabin 1576 Milestone Road Robesonia, PA 19551 610-488-1905 Hawk Mountain Bed & Breakfast 221 Stony Run Valley Road Kempton, PA 19529 610-756-4224 Heller's Hillside Hideaway Cottage 48 Matthews Drive Robesonia, PA 19551 484-638-1575 www.hellershillside.com The Inn at Centre Park 730 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-374-8557 Landhaven Bed & Breakfast 1194 Huffs Church Road Barto, PA 19504 610-845-3257 Longswamp Bed & Breakfast 1605 State Street Mertztown, PA 19539 610-682-6197 Main Street Inn 1605 State Street Mertztown, PA 19539 610-682-6197 Overlook Mansion Bed & Breakfast 620 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-371-9173 610-223-1421 Pamela's Forget Me Not B&B 33 Hawk Mountain Road Kempton, PA 19529 610-756-3398
Hollyhedge Estate 6987 Upper York Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-3136
1740 House 3690 River Road Lumberville, PA 18933 215-297-5661 1836 Bridgeton House On The Delaware 1525 River Road Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972 610-982-5856 A Wishing Well Guesthouse 144 Old York Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-8819
Bancroft Manor Bed & Breakfast 318 Marshall Street, P.O. Box 654 Kennett Square, PA 19348 610-470-4297
The Fox & Hound Bed & Breakfast 246 W. Bridge Street New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-5082 Frog Hollow Farm 401 Frogtown Road Kintnersville, PA 18930 610-847-FROG (3764) Golden Pheasant Inn on the Delaware 763 River Road (Rt. 32) Erwinna, PA 18920 800-830-4474 610-294-9595 Golden Plough Inn Rte 202 and Street Road Lahaska, PA 18931 215-794-4004 Hargrave House Bed & Breakfast 50 S. Main Street Doylestown, PA 18901 215-348-3334
Yellow House Hotel 6743 Boyertown Pike Douglassville, PA 19518 610-689-9410
Highland Farm B&B 70 East Road Doylestown, PA 18901 215-345-6767
Logan Inn 10 West Ferry Street New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-2300 New Hope's 1870 Wedgewood Inn B&B 111 W. Bridge Street (Rte 179) New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-2570 Pineapple Hill Bed & Breakfast 1324 River Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-1790 Porches On The Towpath Bed & Breakfast 20 Fishers Alley New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-3277 Tattersall Inn B&B 37 River Road (Rt. 32) Point Pleasant, PA 18950 800-297-4988 215-297-8233
CHESTER COUNTY 1732 Folke Stone Bed & Breakfast 777 Copeland School Road West Chester, PA 19380 610-429-0310 800-884-4666 www.bbonline.com/pa/ folkestone Brandywine Manor House Inn 120 Germany Hollow Road Honeybrook, PA 19344 610-942-2200 Page 9
The Duling Kurtz House & Country Inn 146 S. Whitford Road Exton, PA 19341 610-524-1830 Edges Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast 4701 Edges Mill Road Downingtown, PA 19335 610-269-5124 Elver Valley Farm 432 Sawmill Road Cochranville, PA 19330 717-529-2803 Fairville Inn 506 Kennett Pike, Rt. 52 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-5900 877-285-7772 Faunbrook Bed & Breakfast 699 W. Rosedale Avenue West Chester, PA 19380 610-436-5788 French Creek Inn 2 Ridge Road Phoenixville, PA 19460 610-935-3838 The Great Valley House of Valley Forge 1475 Swedesford Road Malvern, PA 19355 610-644-6759 Pattye Benson, Innkeeper Harlan Log House Bed and Breakfast 205 South Fairville Road Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-1114 Historic General Warren Inne Bed & Breakfast 9 Old Lancaster Road Malvern, PA 19355 610-296-3637 Hopewell Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast 1012 Hopewell Road Oxford, PA 19363 610-932-4769 continued on pg 17
The Twin Turretts Inn 11 E. Philadelphia Avenue Boyertown, PA 19512 610-367-4513 877-877-7897
The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm 5281 Old York Road, PO Box 10 Holicong, PA 18928 215-794-5104 The Inn at Bowman's Hill 518 Lurgan Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-8090
Ash Mill Farm B & B 5358 York Road Holicong, PA 18928 215-794-5373
Black Bass Hotel 3774 River Road Lumberville, PA 18933 215-297-9260
Hotel Du Village 2535 North River Road (Rt. 32) New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-9911
Cornerstone Bed & Breakfast 300 Buttonwood Road Landenburg, PA 19350 215-387-6065
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Showroom 3709 E. Newport Road, Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-7642 www.snydersfurniture.com
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historic tavern, built in 1740, Ourhouses four warm and distinctive
dining rooms, with 7 working fireplaces throughout. The King George Room features custom comb back chairs, 6 original shutters and pine door, plate rail and a stone fireplace. The Stephen Foster Room features two original stone fireplaces, chair rail, 18-inch deep window sills, and exposed beams. Hours: Tavern Lounge: Monday-Thursday 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday 4:30 p.m.-Midnight; Sunday 4 p.m.-10 p.m. Dinner: Monday-Friday 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Saturday 4:30 p.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday 4 p.m.-9 p.m. 3063 Lincoln Highway
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To Market, To Market... Come on in and experience the mouth-watering aromas and bountiful displays presented by approximately 30 local vendors. Their offerings include fresh fruits and vegetables, meats and cheeses, baked goods, canned goods, spices and candy. You’ll also find beautiful handmade quilts, leather goods, wooden toys and floral arrangements. You can watch soft pretzels being twisted, fudge and cookies being made and enjoy lunch at one of our snack counters where homemade soups, sandwiches and daily luncheon specials are served. Don’t let your visit to the Dutch Country end without a stop at one of Lancaster County’s
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Days of operation vary according to time of year • Phone: (717) 393-9674 2710 Old Philadelphia Pike • Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505-0412
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This picturesque country auction benefits the Bird-in-Hand Volunteer Fire Company. Kids will love seeing miniature horses on their morning drive while adults step back in time meandering down rows of vintage items & antique tools. Last year 150 carriages were sold, along with miniature horses and ponies, plants, tools, antiques, quilts, local crafts & delicious homemade h m m d food. f d
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2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA The Inn at Whitewing Farm Bed & Breakfast 370 Valley Road West Chester, PA 19382 610-388-2013
Dykeman House Bed & Breakfast 6 W. Dykeman Road Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-532-5634
Kennett House Bed & Breakfast 503 W. State Street Kennett Square, PA 19348 610-444-9592 800-820-9592
Fallen Tree Farm 1634 Holly Pike Carlisle, PA 17015 717-713-5407
Longwood Bed & Breakfast Inn 268 Kennett Pike, Rt. 52 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-6080 Meadow Spring Farm 201 E. Street Road, Rt. 926 Kennett Square, PA 19348 215-444-3903 Olde Stone Guesthouse 1599 Swan Road Atglen, PA 19310 610-593-5572 Pendle Hill 338 Plush Mill Road Wallingford, PA 19086 610-566-4507 Pennsbury Inn B&B 883 Baltimore Pike Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-1435 www.pennsburyinn.com
CUMBERLAND COUNTY 30 Timber Road B&B 30 Timber Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 717-766-9123 Carlisle House 148 S. Hanover Street Carlisle, PA 17013 717-249-0350
Colonial Crossroads Bed and Breakfast 2600 S. Market Street Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-691-1244
Gelinas Manor 219 Front Street Boiling Springs, PA 17007 717-258-6584 Jacob's Resting Place 1007 Harrisburg Pike Carlisle, PA 17013 717-243-1766 McLean House Bed & Breakfast 80 W. King Street Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-530-1390 800-610-0330 Moore"S Mountain Inn B&B 450 Moores Mountain Road Mechaniscburg, PA 17055 717-766-3412 Pheasant Field Bed & Breakfast 150 Hickorytown Road Carlisle, PA 17015 717-258-0717 877-258-0717 Pleasant View Farm Bed and Breakfast Inn 315 Pleasant View Road New Cumberland, PA 17070 717-774-4817 Red Cardinal Bed & Breakfast 521 Lerew Road Carlisle, PA 17015 717-245-0823 Stock's Manor 2421 Mt. Allen Drive Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-766-3100
DAUPHIN COUNTY 1825 Inn B & B 409 S. Lingle Avenue Palmyra, PA 17078 717-838-8282 877-738-8282 www.1825inn.com
Four miles to Hershey Park and attractions. 1825 farmhouse featuring eight guest rooms, each decorated uniquely. Private baths, AC, year-round fireplaces, Jacuzzi s, two acres of lovely gardens with gazebo, full breakfast on enclosed porch
Bridgeview B &B 810 S Main Street Marysville, PA 17053 (717) 957-2438 City House Bed & Breakfast 915 North Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17102 717-903-2489 Hobby House Retreat 845 Locust Grove Road Middletown, PA 17057 717-944-1125 The Inn at Westwynd Farm 1620 Sand Beach Road Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-533-6764 877-WESTWYND www.westwyndfarminn.com Step into a world of casual elegance on a beautiful horse farm overlooking Hershey. Enjoy country serenity, gourmet breakfasts and comforting amenities in rooms accented by fireplaces and antiques.
Manor on Front B&B, The 2917 North Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17110 717-884-9596 Red Umbrella 9866 Jonestown Road Grantville, PA 17028 717-315-6276
Stone Manse Inn Sweet Arrow Inn 368 West Main Street 204 Limekiln Road New Cumberland, PA 17070 Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-256-3025 717-774-0999 Page 17
DELAWARE COUNTY Alpenhof Bed and Breakfast 2001 N. Ridley Creek Road Media, PA 19063 610-891-8222 The Cottages at Elizabeth Gardens 17 Owl's Nest Road Centreville, DE 19807 302-652-1936 Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast 115 Indian Springs Drive Chester Heights, PA 19017 610-459-3000 Inn at Grace Winery 50 Sweetwater Road Glen Mills, PA 19342 610-459-4711 Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast 314 Harvard Avenue Swarthmore, PA 19081 610-544-6779 Purcell Darrell House B&B 315 North Chester Road Swarthmore, PA 19081 610-690-4421 Wayne Bed & Breakfast Inn 211 Strafford Avenue Wayne, PA 19087 610-715-2224
LANCASTER COUNTY 1777 Americana Inn B&B 301 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-721-9268 A New Beginning Bed & Breakfast 1400 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-5935 Adamstown Inns & Cottages 144 West Main Street Adamstown, PA 19501 continued on pg 18
Uniquely situated in the Downtown Historic District of Carlisle, the Inn is actually two adjoining homes, built in 1826 &1884. The amenities, luxuries and the convenience of our location can not be matched.
Field & Pine B&B 2155 Ritner Highway Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-776-7179
Thornwald Mansion 850 Bicentennial Drive Carlisle, PA 17013 717-701-0300
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In the heart of Amish Country, Lancaster County, PA. 8 guest rooms, 2 cottages-2 bedrooms each, deluxe suite with whirlpool tub, candlelight room with jacuzzi tub. Your Home Away From Home.
Airy View B&B 4596 Airy View Drive Columbia, PA 17512 717-314-5960 Alden House Bed & Breakfast 62 E. Main Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-627-3363 800-584-0753 Amanda Gish House Bed & Breakfast 556 W. Bainbridge Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-361-8637 866-401-0889 Amethyst Inn 144 W. Main Street Adamstown, PA 19501 717-484-0500 Amish Country View Guest House 832 May Post Office Road Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7179
Amish Guest House and Cottage 3625 E. Newport Road Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-8914 Amish Stay Vacation Home 2927 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505 717-768-0999 intercoursepalodging.com Amish View Inn Millers Corpporation & Smorgesbord 3125 Old Philadelphia Pike (Rt. 340) Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505
Apple Bin Inn 2835 Willow Street Pike Willow Street, PA 17584 717-464-5881 www.applebininn.com
Our delightful rooms, scrumptious breakfasts, and renowned hospitality create the ideal Lancaster Bed & Breakfast experience with a relaxed focus on the simplicity of life.
Artist's Inn and Gallery 117 E. Main Street Terre Hill, PA 17581 717-445-0219 www.artistinn.com
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Ascot House 219 W. Market Street Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-2518 Australian Walkabout Inn Bed & Breakfast 837 Village Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-464-0707 1-888-WALKABT www.walkaboutinn.com The Australian Walkabout Inn provides gracious hospitality in a quiet setting close to Lancaster County attractions. All five guest rooms are well-appointed & include private bathrooms.
B.F. Hiestand House 722 E. Market Street Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-8415 The Barn at Strasburg 308 Miller Street Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7870
Bird-In-Hand Village Inn & Suites 2695 Old Philadelphia Pike, Route 340 Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 bird-in-hand.com/bird-inhand-village-inn-suites/
Historic, upscale country lodging in a quaint village setting. Whether you choose our 1734 Inn or one of our 3 early 19th centrury buildings, your stay will include our deluxe breakfast buffet, evening snacks, en suite private bath & complimentary tour of Amish farmlands.
Blue Rock Bed & Breakfast 72 Blue Rock Road Millersville, PA 17551 717-872-1192 717-872-7440 www.bluerockbnb.com
Personalized hospitality for the entire family. Lodging and complimentary cooked breakfast conveniently located to explore all of the many attractions in PA Dutch Country! See website to discover more
The Bowman House Bed & Breakfast 2672 Lititz Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 717-519-0808 Boxwood Inn 1320 Diamond Street Akron, PA 17501 717-859-3466 800-238-3466 Brownstone Colonial Inn Bed & Breakfast 590 Galen Hall Road Reinholds, PA 17569 info@brownstonecolonial inn.com 877-464-9862 www.brownstonecolonial inn.com
Carriage Corner Bed & Breakfast 3705 E. Newport Road Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-3059 800-209-3059 Carriage House Motor Inn 144 E. Main Street Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7651 Cherry Blossom B & B 2576 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 717-397-2111 Cherry Crest Meadows 180 Cherry Hill Road Ronks, PA 17572 717-413-6638 The Christiana House 17 Harrison Avenue Christiana, PA 17509 610-593-7300 Churchtown Inn Bed & Breakfast 2100 Main Street, Route 23 Narvon, PA 17555 717-445-7794 800-637-4446 Cooper's Inn Bed & Breakfast 537 Hackman Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-490-4860
Enjoy the peace and tranquility of our 6th generation PA German farm surrounded by Amish and Mennonite communities. Private baths, central air and wifi.
The Cameron Estate Inn 1855 Mansion Lane Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-492-0111
Country Hearth Bed & Breakfast 285 W. Main Street New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-8674
Carriage House 176 S New Holland Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-682-2167 email@example.com www.thesmuckerhouse.com
Country Living Inn 2406 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17604 717-295-7295 1-877-295-7295
Bella Vista Bed & Breakfast two upscale Guest Suites lo1216 E. Main Street cated just outside the Village Akron, PA 17501 of Intercourse, PA. for infor717-859-4227 mation or reservations call Fran Smucker 717-682-2167 888-948-9726 Page 18
Country Log House Farm 1175 Flory Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4477
Beacon Hollow Farm 130 Centerville Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-8218 Beaver Creek Farm Cabins #2 Little Beaver Road Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7745
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2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Country Patches Vacation Home 3157 Lincoln Highway East Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-5698
Forgotten Seasons Bed & Breakfast 304 E. Newport Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-3088
Hermansader's Victorian B&B 420 Chestnut Street Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-7899
The Inn at Bully's Restaurant & Pub 647 Union Street Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-2854
Country View PA 5463 Old Philadelphia Pike Kinzers, PA 17535 717-768-0936 firstname.lastname@example.org www.countryviewpa.com
French Country Manor B&B 64 Snyder Hollow Road New Providence, PA 17560 717-284-1999
Hertzog Homestead B&B 470 W. Metzler Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-859-4996
Inn at Kitchen Kettle Village 3529 Old Philadelphia Pike Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-8261
Frogtown Acres Bed & Breakfast 44 Frogtown Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-768-7684 888-649-2333
Hill Country Vista B & B 2650 Hammertown Road Narvon, PA 17555 610-286-3373
Country View PA is owned & operated by a Mennonite family. Come & relax & enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Amish Farm Country. Located 5 miles East of the Village of Intercourse on Route 340.
Country Vistas Bed & Breakfast 448 West Sun Hill Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-664-2931 Creekside Inn Bed & Breakfast 44 Leacock Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-0333 866-604-2574 Das Intercourse Village Guest House 8 Queen Road Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-0999 www.intercoursepa lodging.com Dutch Pride Guest House 53 N. Penn Street Manheim, PA 17545 717-665-5083 Eby's Pequea Farm Bed & Breakfast 345 Belmont Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-3615 Equestrian Estates Horse Farm Bed & Breakfast 221 Shultz Road Lancaster, PA 17603 717-464-2164
Forest Hill Inn 1345 Forest Hill Road Stevens, PA 17578 717-989-5256
The Fulton Steamboat has 97 Victorian & nautical themed guest rooms and is located in the middle of attractions, shopping & farmland at the corner of Rte. 30 & Rte 896. Enjoy the restaurants, pool & kids playground.
Furnace Hills Bed & Breakfast 575 Mountain Top Drive Denver, PA 17517 717-733-3897 877-477-3557
Historic Smithton Inn 900 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-6094 Hollinger House Bed & Breakfast 2336 Hollinger Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-490-6902
General Sutter Inn 14 E. Main Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-2115
The perfect location for a relaxing getaway or an unforgettable event; The Hollinger House offers gourmet cooking, exceptional service, and a home away from home
Green Acres Farm Bed & Breakfast 1382 Pinkerton Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4028 Greystone Manor Bed & Breakfast 2658 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17505 717-393-4233 Hammer Creek Hideaway B&B 557-B Hackman Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-629-1097 Harvest Moon Bed & Breakfast 311 East Main Street New Holland, PA 17557 717-723-5251
Historic Schoeneck Hotel B&B 4 S King Street Stevens, PA 17578 717-598-9937
Homestead Lodging 184 E. Brook Road Smoketown, PA 17576 717-393-6927 Hurst House Bed & Breakfast 154 E. Farmersville Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-355-5151 800-603-9227 email@example.com www.hursthousebandb.com An Eloquent Victorian Mansion in Lancaster County, the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country overlooking hundreds of beautiful Amish & old order Mennonite Farms. 5 distinctively decorated rooms.
Inn at Twin Linden 2092 Main Street, (Rt. 23) Narvon, PA 17555 717-445-7619 866-445-7614 www.innattwinlinden.com
A restored 1840's estate, nestled in the heart of Amish and Mennonite farmland awaits you. Every basic element is luxurious, with exceptional accommodations and the finest cuisine.
The Inn & Spa at Intercourse Village 3542 Old Philadelphia Pike Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-2626 800-664-0949 Inn-Between Bed & Breakfast 177 Riverview Road Peach Bottom, PA 17563 717-5482141 Iron Stone Acres B&B 344 S. Poole Forge Road Narvon, PA 17555 717-354-8547 Jacob Keller House 990 Rettew Mill Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-4954 Kimmell House Bed & Breakfast 851 S. State Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-738-3555 800-861-3385 King's Cottage Bed & Breakfast 1049 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717-397-1017 continued on pg 20
Flowers & Thyme Bed and Breakfast 238 Strasburg Pike Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-1460
Fulton Steamboat Inn 1 Hartman Bridge Road Lancaster, PA 17605 717-735-0804
Hillside Farm Bed & Breakfast and Country Cottages 607 Eby Chiques Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-6697
Inn at Leola Village., The 38 Deborah Drive, Rt. 23 Leola, PA 17540 717-656-7002
2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA The Lancaster Bed & Breakfast 1105 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717-293-1723 800-779-7765 Landis Farm 2048 Gochlan Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-898-7028 The Landyshade Farmhouse 1801 Colebrook Road Lancaster, PA 17601 717-945-9745
Located on a "Working Farm" this timeless, grand farmhouse will be exclusively yours during your visit. Situated in the heart of Lancaster County & Pennsylvania Dutch Country, there are many wonderful attractions including shopping, wonderful restaurants and antique shops.
The Lavender Patch Bed & Breakfast 190 Longenecker Avenue Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-4533 Leaman Country Lodging Bed & Breakfast 155 Glenbrook Road Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 717-656-7483 www.leamanfamily. homestead.com Limestone Inn 33 E. Main Street Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-8392 1-800-278-8392 www.thelimestoneinn.com
Lititz House Bed & Breakfast 301 N. Broad Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-5299 800-464-6764 The Log Cabin at Break Away Farm 1 Woodside Drive Kirkwood, PA 17536 717-529-2259 Lovelace Manor Bed & Breakfast 2236 Marietta Avenue Lancaster, PA 17603 717-399-3275
Manheim Manor Bed & Breakfast 140 South Charlotte Street Manheim, PA 17545 717-664-4168 innkeeper@manheim manor.com manheimmanor.com
Victorian hospitality awaits you at this beautiful Lancaster County bed and breakfast nestled in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country, convenient to all major attractions.
Manor View Inn 360 Weaver Road Lancaster, PA 17603 717-872-1471 Maple Spring Bed & Breakfast 502 Indian Run Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-335-3846 McCleary's Public House 130 West Front Street Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-2225 Meadow View K Farm Guest House 612 Eby Chiques Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-9793 Meadowview Guest House 2169 New Holland Pike, Rte 23 E. of Lancaster City Lancaster, PA 17601 717-299-4017 Mill Creek Homestead B&B 2578 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 717-291-6419 Miriam's Guest House 5 Farmdale Road Christiana, PA 17509 717-529-2617 Mt. Culmen Guest House 1862 Turkey Hill Road East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-9788
Neffdale Farm of Paradise 604 Strasburg Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-7837 Old Road Guest Home 2501 Old Philadelphia Pike Smoketown, PA 17576 717-393-8182 Old Summer House B & B 1294 Weaverland Road East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-8422 Olde Fogie Farm 106 Stackstown Road Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-3992 877-653-3644 Olde Homestead Suites 3515 B West Newport Road Ronks, PA 17572 717-768-3300 Olde Square Inn 127 E. Main Street Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4525 www.oldesquareinn.com Osceola Mill House B & B 313 Osceola Mill Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-3758 800-878-7719 Para Grove Guest House 3153 Lincoln Highway Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-8612 Pheasant Run Farm Bed & Breakfast 200 Marticville Road Lancaster, PA 17603 717-872-0991 Railroad House Inn 280 W. Front Street Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-4141
Musser's Bed & Breakfast Rayba Acres Farm 183 Blackhorse Road 56 Main Street New Providence, PA 17560 Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-6729 717-786-8974 Page 20
Richmond House Bed & Breakfast 371 E. Main Street New Holland, PA 17557 717-355-0450 866-279-7599 Rocky Acre Farm Bed & Breakfast 1020 Pinkerton Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4449 Rocky Springs Bed & Breakfast 1441 Millport Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-509-6800 866-611-4647 innkeeper@rockysprings bnb.com www.rockyspringsbnb.com
Beautiful guest rooms w/ private baths, and a Private Cottage await you at Rocky Springs. Enjoy our peaceful 17 acre historic park property, once the locally famous Rocky Springs Amusement Park. Just minutes from downtown Lancaster and many local attractions.
Sassafras Farms 633 Fieldcrest Drive Willow Street, PA 17584 717-464-1915 Scenic Ridge Guest Home 528 Georgetown Road Ronks, PA 17572 717-687-8351 The Secret Garden 445 W. Chestnut Street Lancaster, PA 17603 717-725-3711 Sheep Hill Bed and Breakfast 1322 Sheep Hill Road East Earl, PA 17519 717-354-3146 800-557-7750 Sill's Family Campground 1906 Bowmansville Road Adamstown, PA 19501 717-484-4806 Silverstone Inn & Suites 62 Bowman Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-290-6987 877-290-6987 continued on pg 23
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Dinner Hours : Monday thru Thursday 4:00pm - 10:00pm • Friday & Saturday 4:00pm til Close
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11 Beautifully Appointed, Private Rooms with Private Tiled Bathrooms • Flat Screen Tvs Wireless Internet Continental Plus Breakfast Make Reservations 24/7 Online
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Smoketown Inn 190 East Brook Road Smoketown, PA 17576 717-397-6944
Enjoy quiet surroundings on an original Amish homestead. Within 5 miles of Strasburg, Bird-in-Hand, Intercourse, outlet shopping centers, restaurants & other major attractions. Free continental breakfast. Free WiFi.
Speedwell Forge Bed & Breakfast 465 Speedwell Forge Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-1760 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Speedwell Forge B&B is a destination like no other. Located within 100 acres of private land, this is a place where history and nature come alive. Guests are welcome and encourage to visit Wolf Sanctuary of PA which shares the property.
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Spruce Lane Lodge & Cottages 2439 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-1991 Stoltzfus Bed & Breakfast 6051 Old Philadelphia Pike White Horse, PA 17527 717-442-0453 Stone Haus Farm Bed & Breakfast 360 S. Espenshade Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-653-8444 Stony Hill Barn Bed & Breakfast 216 Stony Hill Road Quarryville, PA 17566 717-786-4337 Strasburg Village Inn 1 W. Main Street Center Square Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-0900
This restored 1780's Victorian style Inn located on the Center Square of Strasburg is a highly rated Bed & Breakfast offering a variety of lodging options.
Stumptown Manor B & B 2363 Stumptown Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-8224
Swiss Woods Bed & Breakfast 500 Blantz Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-627-3358 800-594-8018 Tea Kettle Inn 457 S. Main Street Manheim, PA 17545 717-665-0171 Tree Top B & B 326 Ridge Avenue Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-9578 www.treetopbandb.com
Luxurious comfort on a tranquil mountain top! Experience a truly energy efficient home built "Green" in 2006. Spacious suites w/ private baths, whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, pool, wi-fi & full breakfast. Beautiful wedding site.
Twin Pine Manor Bed & Breakfast 1934 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-8400 888-266-0099 Verdant View Farm Bed & Breakfast 429 Strasburg Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-7353 888-321-8119 The Victorian Rose Bed & Breakfast 214 Marietta Avenue Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-492-0050 888-313-7494 Vintage Guest Room 1 Jack Russell Run Paradise, PA 17562 717-442-8186 www.vacationrental.com/ listing/p860437vb
I Love having guests and will talk about my culture. Ask me about the area. 1 bed. 1 bath (jacuzzi), microwave, refrigerator, coffee pot, electric fireplace, private entrance, in a quiet area. continued on pg 24
2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast 1027 Village Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-464-1382 www.WalnutLawn.com
In the heart of Lancaster County. Four charming guest rooms w/private baths, TV, Wifi, family-style country breakfast. Tour Amish Farms, downtown Lancaster, shopping, theaters & more.
West Ridge Bed & Breakfast 1285 West Ridge Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-7783 WRidgeRoad@aol.com www.wridgebedand breakfast.com
Your home away from home while visiting Central PA we invite you to relax with us. Scenic 18- acre country estate, 9 charming theme rooms, pond and pool.
Willow Brook Vacation Home 151 Cherry Hill Road Ronks, PA 17572 717-224-7876 717-687-0951
LEBANON COUNTY Annville Inn Bed & Breakfast 4515 Hill Church Road Annville, PA 17003 717-867-1991 888-868-4515 email@example.com www.annvilleinn.com
Gracious Bed & breakfast where comfort and luxury awaits you. Minutes from Hershey attractions. Unique guest rooms with Jacuzzi and fireplaces. Enjoy our movie theater, swimming pool, luxurious amenities and more at Annville Inn B&B
Berry Patch Bed & Breakfast Inn 115 Moore Road Lebanon, PA 17046 717-865-7219 www.berrypatchbnb.com
Minutes from Hershey stay at Berry Patch for your romantic getaway or retreat. Our Bed & Breakfast sits on 20 acres of serene country settings. Enjoy our tea room for your bridal shower, baby shower or special occasions. A great place for weddings, elopements & anniversary parties.
Cornwall Inn 50 Burd Coleman Road Cornwall, PA 17016 717-306-6178 Inn 422 1800 W. Cumberland Street, Rt. 422 Lebanon, PA 17042 717-274-3651 Inn of Simple Elegence 1999 Stiegel Pike Myerstown, PA 17067 717-821-3673 The Londonderry Inn 2764 Horseshoe Pike Palmyra, PA 17078 717-838-7500 Moon Shadow Bed & Breakfast 23 Sherks Church Road Palmyra, PA 17078 717-641-3123
John Kindig House B&B 244 W. Orvilla Road Hatfield, PA 19440 215-361-3200 firstname.lastname@example.org Joseph Ambler Inn 1005 Horsham Road North Wales, PA 19454 215-362-7500 email@example.com Woodside Lodge & Spring Mountain 150 E. Park Avenue Schwenksville, PA 19473 484-552-8457
NORTHAMPTON COUNTY Bethlehem Inn 476 N. New Street Bethlehem, PA 18018 610-867-4985
Churchside Inn 50 E. 2nd Street Mt. Carmel, PA 17851 570-339-4684 Latorre House Bed & Breakfast 1133 State Route 487 Elysburg, PA 17824 570-672-7243 Plum Pudding Inn 29 N. Market Street Elysburg, PA 17824 570-672-1999 888-785-7586 River View Inn Bed & Breakfast 103 Chestnut Street Sunbury, PA 17801 570-286-4800 866-592-4800 Sleepy Hollow Bed & Breakfast 172 Sleepy Hollow Road Elysburg, PA 17824 570-672-2828
Mt. Gretna Inn 16 W. Kauffman Avenue Mount Gretna, PA 17064 717-964-3234 800-277-6602
Chelsea Sun Inn 489 Stone Church Drive Mount Bethel, PA 18343 610-588-8600
Patriot House Inn & B&B 301 East Main Street Annville, PA 17003 717-867-0745
Filbert Bed & Breakfast 3740 Filbert Drive Danielsville, PA 18038 610-428-3300
Cornerstone B & B 3300 Baring Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 215-387-6065
Walton Manor Inn 231 E. Main Street Palmyra, PA 17078 717-641-3377
Classic Victorian Estate Inn 3740 Filbert Drive Danielsville, PA 18038 610-428-3300
The Gables, A Victorian B&B 4520 Chester Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143 215-662-1918
The Lafayette Inn 525 West Monroe Street Easton, PA 18042 610-253-4500
La Reserve 1804/1806 Pine Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 735-1137
The Sayre Mansion 250 Wyandotte Street Bethlehem, PA 18015 610-882-2100
Morris House Hotel 225 South 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-922-2446
Steckel House Inn 207 W. Northampton Street Bath, PA 18014 610-390-0555
South Bridge Bed & Breakfast 2628 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 215-219-2682
Dockside Bed & Breakfast 6089 Herring Court New Tripoli, PA 18066 610-698-2448 Glasbern Inn 2141 Packhouse Road Fogelsville, PA 18051 610-285-4723
Beagle's Market & The Globe Inn Bed & Breakfast 326 Fourth Street RR2, Box 641 East Greenville, PA 18041 Paxinos, PA 17860 215-679-5948 firstname.lastname@example.org 570-672-9350 Page 24
The Thomas Bond House B&B 129 South 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-923-8523
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Blue Mountain Summit B&B 2520 West Penn Pike Andreas, PA 18211 Kaier Mansion B&B 729 East Center Street Mahanoy City, PA 17948 570-773-3040 Maid's Quarters Bed & Breakfast 402 S. Centre Street Pottsville, PA 17901 484-223-9497
YORK COUNTY American Vintage Bed & Breakfast 5740 Thompson Road Stewartstown, PA 17878 717-993-9971 866-204-9995 Artist Garden B&B 440 W Philadelphia Street York, PA 17401 717-854-7688 Bear House Bed & Breakfast 1475 Copenhoffer Road Dover, PA 17315 717-266-5253
Our cozy B & B has two rooms, each having private entrance & bath, microwave, fridge & TV for relaxation in comfort & privacy. Leisure, business, extended stay welcomed. Deluxe breakfast and dietary restrictions our speciality. Meeting room (20 max) available.
Friendship House B&B 728 E Philadelphia Street York, PA 17403 717-843-8299 The Garden House Bed & Breakfast 350 Maple Street Manchester, PA 17345 717-266-6205 866-262-6205
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Grace Manor Bed & Breakfast 258 W. Market Street York, PA 17401 717-542-0787 Jackson House Bed & Breakfast 6 E. Main Street Railroad, PA 17355 717-227-2022
Lady Linden B & B 505 Linden Avenue York, PA 17404 717-850-6166
IN A MODERN WORKING DAIRY FARM
Historic Farmhouse located in the heart of Lancaster County dates back to 1700â€™s
Past Purr-fect Bed & Breakfast 216 N. Main Street Jacobus, PA 16734 717-428-1634 Pheasant Hill B&B 6779 High Fields Lane Glen Rock, PA 17327 717-227-2534 Pleasant Grove Bed & Breakfast 368 Pilottown Road Peach Bottom, PA 17563 717-548-3100 Red Lion Bed & Breakfast 101 S. Franklin Street Red Lion, PA 17356 717-244-4739 Shining Dawn B & B Retreat 224 Broadway Hanover, PA 17331 717-630-2277
Canna Country Inn 393 Valley Road Etters, PA 17319 717-938-6077
Stone Mill Inn 305 S. Broad Street Hallam, PA 17406 717-840-9238
The Emig Mansion 3342 N. George Street York, PA 17406 410-808-4462
Washington Farm B&B 7680 Carlisle Road Wellsville, PA 17365 717-432-9053
5 LARGE BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATHS
(Accommodates 12 or more guests) 1801 Colebrook Road, Lancaster, PA 17601 717.945.9745
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Blair Mountain B & B 231 W. Ridge Road Dillsburg, PA 17019 717-571-9342
HOME SWEET HOME AWAY FROM HOME Lancaster County's Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast Offers Comfortable Accomodations & Tasty Treats To Visitors
Nestled in the heart of Lancaster County, Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast offers visitors simplistic charm and peaceful scenery that allow guests to feel as if they are coming home. Owner Beth Holloway noted that the home was built in 1909 by a Mennonite family, so it features beautiful original chestnut woodwork and grand pocket doors, as well as an expansive wrap-around porch. “(The house) is not fancy or overly ornate, but it brings you back to an era when homes were built to stand the tests of time,” Holloway comments. Additional features include an original barn and carriage house complete with rippled-glass windows, hay loft doors, and weather vanes. Guests will notice a focus on the two most important features of a bed-and-breakfast establishment: the bed and the breakfast. Walnut Lawn offers four rooms, each appointed with luxury linens and comfortable beds. After a peaceful night’s rest, guests are greeted in the morning by
a three-course family-style country breakfast. “Breakfast is different each day, but it always ends with a sweet dessert,” Holloway shares, adding that her special cake version of shoefly pie, the gooey, molasses-laden Pennsylvania Dutch treat, is a favorite of many guests. (Check out the recipe on page 38.) After the hearty breakfast, guests will be ready to start a day full of Lancaster County adventures. “There is so much to do in Lancaster County all year long,” Holloway says. Amish farms come to life with activity in the spring, as fields are being planted, and the summer offers an abundance of fresh produce, culminating with the apple and pumpkin harvest in the autumn. Lancaster is a popular destination during the holiday season, as well, thanks to many outlet shopping venues. Special attractions of note for Walnut Lawn guests are the Strasburg Rail Road and the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum, which are located just 4 miles from the
bed-and-breakfast. Visitors may ride the historic Strasburg Rail Road through the countryside and stop at the local station where President Abraham Lincoln stopped and gave a short speech in 1861. The museum houses an impressive collection of locomotives and train cars dating back to the beginning of rail travel in the U.S. “Both sites are wonderful stops (for guests), whether train enthusiasts or not,” Holloway notes. Lancaster County also offers a rich diversity of dining options, from famous smorgasbords and family restaurants to innovative fine dining choices in the downtown area in Lancaster city. Visitors can also take in a show at one of Lancaster’s premier entertainment venues, such as the historic Fulton Theatre or Sight & Sound Theatres, where larger-than-life Bible stories take the stage. After an exciting day in Lancaster County, Walnut Lawn guests will feel pampered by the bed-and-breakfast’s generous accommodations, including a queen or king bed, modern private bathrooms, flat-screen televisions with more than 60 cable stations, comfortable sitting areas, signature robes, plush towels, and seasonal personal air conditioners. Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast 1027 Village Road, Lancaster 717-464-1382 URWelcome@WalnutLawn.com www.walnutlawn.com
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The open fields and quaint towns, bustling suburbs, and sparkling cities like Philadelphia lended limitless inspiration to poets, painters, and others. Visitors can meet a few of Pennsylvania’s famous artists at several notable art museums located throughout the southeastern region of the Commonwealth.
The Demuth Museum. Born in Lancaster at the end of the 19th century, Charles Demuth studied and painted in Philadelphia, New York, Provincetown, Paris, and Bermuda. He was part of the avant garde scene while studying in Paris; however, most of his work was accomplished in his King Street, Lancaster County, home. His wellknown work “My Egypt (1927)” was inspired by grain elevators that dotted the burgeoning industrial landscape in Lancaster. Though plagued by illness his entire life, Demuth managed to produce more than 1,000 works of art. An impressive sample is available to view at The Demuth Museum, located in what was once the artist’s home and studio. 120 E. King St., Lancaster 717-299-9940, email@example.com www.demuth.org
2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Brandywine River Museum of Art - Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect. Chadds Ford native Andrew Wyeth received the National Medal of Arts in 2007 for his expansive career that produced realist and regionalist masterpieces such as the well-known “Christina’s World (1948).” To mark the 100th anniversary of Andrew Wyeth’s birth, the Brandywine River Museum of Art and the Seattle Art Museum will organize more than 100 of his finest paintings and works on paper selected from major museums and private collections slated for exhibition from Saturday, June 24, through Sunday, Sept. 17. The Brandywine River Museum of Art’s permanent collection includes a number of of notable works by Andrew Wyeth, as well as works from his well-known relatives N.C. Wyeth and Jamie Wyeth. Visitors may also tour the studios of Andrew and N.C., which are both located nearby. 1 Hoffman’s Mill Road, Chadds Ford 610-338-2700 www.brandywine.org
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James A. Michener Art Museum - George Sotter: Light and Shadow. Snow-covered or nighttime Bucks County landscapes are common subjects of Sotter’s paintings, and he was prone to painting large, billowy clouds. The artist also worked with stained glass, and this exhibition will study the exchange within the media in which he worked. The collection will be available for viewing from Saturday, July 29, continued on pg 30 through Sunday, Dec. 31, at the
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Michener Art Museum, which is named for Doylestown’s James A. Michener, a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, art collector, and philanthropist. The museum showcases the work of regional artists. 138 S. Pine St., Doylestown 215-340-9800 firstname.lastname@example.org www.michenerartmuseum.org
lanes, Trains, and Automobiles: The evolution of transportation makes for an exciting history lesson, and Pennsylvania has a number of
Mid-Atlantic Air Museum - Trace aviation history from the first manned balloon flight in Philadelphia all the way to the space age and discover the pioneers of commercial aviation as well as innovators and leaders who helped air travel become the convenience it is today. The museum offers guided tours and hosts many special events throughout the year, including its annual World War II Weekend, with the 2017 event slated for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 2, 3, and 4. Reading Regional Airport, 11 Museum Drive, Reading 610-372-7333 www.maam.org Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum - Cars, trucks, buses, and motorcycles representing makes and models from various decades are the reason so many visitors walk through the doors at the AACA Museum in Hershey. The museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, offers vehicle displays and interactive exhibits, as well as tours and activities for children. Educational tours are available, and the
Come for a stay at Walnut Lawn Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Lancaster County. Each of four charming guest rooms offers a private bath, TV and free WiFi. Begin your day with a family-style country breakfast before you head out for travels around Amish farms, historic downtown Lancaster, wonderful shopping, world-class theaters, adventure activities and much more.
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2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA museum offers unique events such as its Night at the Museum gala, Autos and Ales festival, and the Spirits 161 Speakeasy Soiree. 161 Museum Drive, Hershey 717-566-7100, email@example.com www.aacamuseum.org Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania - Chug into history and relive the glory days of the railroad industry at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, a Smithsonian affiliate. Housing an impressive collection of steam and diesel engines, as well as a variety of rail cars, the museum educates visitors on why trains were once an immeasurably important transportation vehicle and how they remain vital to modern industries today. Special offerings include Model Railroading Days in August, Railroad Heritage Days in September, and special tours of the restoration shop, a working vehicular preservation facility. 300 Gap Road, Route 741, Strasburg 717-687-8628, www.rrmuseumpa.org National Watch and Clock Museum - With a collection of more than 12,000 items relating to the history of timekeeping, the National Watch and Clock Museum is a place to spend more than a few moments digging into horological history. The museum features a variety of exhibits highlighting antique clocks and watches, as well as creative displays that explore timepieces with-
in art, movies such as the James Bond franchise, and even world religions. Save the date for annual events like the Hops and Clocks beer festival, a child-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration, and themed tea parties coinciding with Daylight Saving Time. 514 Poplar St., Columbia 717-684-8261 http://nawcc.org/index.php/museum
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My Favorite Room… Dallas and Pam Fritz have owned B.F. Hiestand House Bed & Breakfast in Marietta for 17 years. Pam’s favorite spot in the house is the Susquehanna Room, a guest room on the second floor that was named for the nearby Susquehanna River. “There is a queen Shaker-style cherry four-poster bed, and the room faces the Susquehanna River,” notes Pam. “We also have some Civil War memorabilia in this guest room.” The room’s private bathroom is also special. “The private bathroom for the Susquehanna Room was the original bathroom in our home,” Pam explains. “There is a beautiful stained glass window and hand-painted French tile from the early 1900s in the bathroom.” Preserving the charm and history of the room was important to the Fritzes. “It had a claw foot, side-fill tub with hand-held shower, but the plumber was having a hard time finding parts when we needed to repair it,” Pam relates. “We replaced it with a steam/rain forest spa shower that was able to sit right on top of the antique tile, and none of the historic tile was disturbed.” B.F. Hiestand House Bed & Breakfast 722 E. Market St., Marietta 717-426-8415 email@example.com www.bfhiestandhouse.com “George Washington slept here. Well, maybe not … but I did, as did many of my ancestors,” says Audrey St. Clair, owner/operator of The Cooper’s Inn in Lititz. Audrey and Dane St. Clair have owned the inn for 11 years, but Audrey’s ties to the property run much deeper than that. “I am the sixth generation to live on this land and the fourth generation to inhabit this house,” she explains. Audrey’s favorite spot in the house is The Morris Room, which is named after her grandfather, Morris Irvin. The room features exposed beams in the ceiling, and the floors are the original, random-width wood planks. Like the rest of the bed-and-breakfast, the room reflects 1800s Pennsylvania German décor. “I’m especially fond of this bedroom as it was mine when I was growing up,” Audrey says. Audrey isn’t the only member of her family with a special connection to the room. “My grandparents modestly raised 10 children here on the farm. At a recent Irvin family reunion my husband and I hosted, we opened the doors to all my relatives,” Audrey recalls. “My one elderly cousin toured the house. He shared many childhood memories as he entered each room, but his face lit up as we entered The Morris Room. ‘This,’ he said, ‘is the room I was born in.’” The Cooper’s Inn 537 Hackman Road, Lititz 717-490-4860 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thecoopersinnbb.com
We asked several area innkeepers to highlight one special space in their inn or bed-and-breakfast. Here’s what they told us about their favorite room: Brandy and Theodore, innkeepers at Lancaster’s The Hollinger House Bed & Breakfast, which has been owned by Guy Martin for three years, point to the library as their favorite space in the house. “Our friend Linda, who made The Hollinger House what it is today, was a woman with amazing vision. When she first walked into this empty room, she knew it was supposed to be a library,” the innkeepers explain, noting that Linda had a direct influence on every part of the design of the room – from helping to design the custom, built-in bookshelves to commissioning the ceiling mural painted by her friend Freiman Stoltzfus, a local artist. The library’s shelves are stocked with a variety of books, including classics, modern favorites, photography collections, and cookbooks. Also adorning the shelves are unique items including tea sets and a collection of handpainted Christmas ornaments from the artist who created the room’s mural. The innkeepers note, “Sitting down with a cup of coffee and a great book, looking up at the ceiling – it is such a peaceful, relaxing experience.” The attached powder room features an antique pocket door. “Linda filled the shelves with books and trinkets from her own collection and those of her friends,” note Brandy and Theodore. “The collaboration between Linda, her incredible vision, and the love and help of her friends lies at the heart of everything The Hollinger House stands for. That’s what makes this room so special to us.” The Hollinger House Bed & Breakfast 2336 Hollinger Road, Lancaster 717-490-6902 email@example.com www.thehollingerhouse.com
Beth Holloway, who has owned Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast in Lampeter for two and a half years, singles out The Four Seasons guest room as her favorite space in the bed-and-breakfast. The room’s name was inspired by the paintings displayed on its walls, which are by local artists and depict Amish and Mennonite life in Lancaster throughout the four seasons. The room features a queen-size canopy bed covered by a handmade Amish quilt with red and white tones. “The pale blue walls add an Americana feel to the room,” explains Beth. “While it is a small room, the charm is abundant.” Beth notes that The Four Seasons room is the most popular guest room in the house due to its en suite bathroom. “Guests open the grand, expansive chestnut doors and go up the two stairs to step into the bathroom,” Beth says, noting that the room previously served a different purpose. “The bathroom was originally a utility room that held the giant cistern tanks that collected the rain water from the roof,” she explains. “The tanks are gone, but the history behind the doors still exists.” Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast 1027 Village Road, Lancaster 717-464-1382 URWelcome@WalnutLawn.com www.walnutlawn.com
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Ingredients: 2 cups flour 1/2 cup molasses 1/2 cup butter 1 cup hot water 1 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt Instructions: Preheat oven to 350 F. In a food processer, combine flour, butter, sugar and salt until a fine crumb. Reserve 1/2 cup of the crumb for the topping. Mix the molasses, hot water and baking soda, then mix in with the crumb. Pour into a greased 8-by-8-inch baking dish. Sprinkle the reserved crumb on the top. Bake 45 minutes.
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elcome to The Hollinger House! The moment you step through our front door you’ll be greeted with a friendly face and a sense of belonging. Natural light pours in through historic windows, illuminating period furniture, art and charming details throughout the house. Each room has its own individuality, making The Hollinger House a joy to explore and indulge in. We begin your mornings with local lemon yogurt & homemade granola, followed by a gourmet entrée that always lives up to the expectations set by the house itself. Whether we serve our Turkey, Cranberry, & Brie Quiche or our Orange Marmalade French Toast, we strive to start your day off right. We are centrally located between lively downtown Lancaster and pastoral Amish farmlands. We look forward to greeting you!
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May 18-21. Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. Features music by bands from around the world, along with workshops, food, arts and crafts, and more. Granite Hill Camping Resort, Gettysburg. 800-642-8368, www.gettysburg bluegrass.com/festival Jun 23-24. PA Cider Fest. Enjoy a meet-the-cidermakers dinner on June 23, and taste the best of Pennsylvania’s ciders and enjoy live music, demonstrations, samples, food, tours and shopping on June 24. Rain or shine. Jack’s Hard Cider, Biglerville. www.pacider fest.com/ Jul 15. Adams County Irish Festival at Gettysburg. Family fun for all with Irish music, food, beverages, Irish gifts, a Civil War living history encampment, Irish dancers and more. Gates will open at 10am. Benefits the Hibernian Hunger Project. Rain or shine. Moose Park, Gettysburg. www.adamscountyirishfestival. org/
Aug 1-5. South Mountain Fair. The small country fair will feature children’s rides, farm animals, exhibits, homecanned fruits and vegetables, fresh produce, flowers, food, nightly entertainment, a fireworks display one evening and an antique tractor and farm machinery parade. Adm. South Mountain Fairgrounds, Biglerville. www.southmountain fair.com Aug 17-19. Littlestown Good Ole’ Days Festival. Celebrating Littlestown’s history with Colonial craftspeople, Civil War re-enactors, a parade and performers. Littlestown. www.littlestownpa.info Aug 19. Gettysburg Brew Fest. The rain-or-shine event, for adults age 21 and up, is a fundraiser for the nonprofit
Lutheran Theological Seminary. Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg. http://gettysburg brewfest.com/ Sep 9. Colonial Day. Juried vendors of traditional and contemporary crafts will offer red ware, forged iron, paintings, folk art, period and country furniture, baskets, floor cloths, woven rugs, hand-loomed textiles, dried florals and more. Featuring food and free entertainment. Rain or shine. 8am-4pm. Free adm. East Berlin Historical Preservation Society, East Berlin. 717-259-0822, www.ebhpspa.org/ Sep 15. Salsa on the Square. Observe 32 years of Gettysburg’s Sister City relationship with Leon, Nicaragua, and celebrate contributions of Latino people to Adams County. The salsa dance will feature the music of Hector Rosado and his Orquesta A-CHE. Also, local food vendors, children’s games and activities. 5:30-11pm. Gettysburg. www.gettysburg-leon.org Sep 17. Adams County Heritage Festival. A celebration of ethnic music, food and crafts that reflects the county’s multicultural atmosphere. Featuring music, dance, a children’s play, children’s activities, craft vendors and demonstrators, display booths, carriage and pony rides and more. Noon-5pm. Gettysburg Recreation Park, Gettysburg. 334-8943 Oct 7-15. National Apple Harvest Festival. The familyoriented event features more than 300 arts and crafts vendors, apple delicacies and desserts, a steam engine, antique cars and engines, a petting zoo, children’s crafts, and live entertainment on eight stages. Demonstrations include applesauce, apple cider, chainsaw carving,
lumber heritage, Native American dancers, and the shingle mill. 8am-6pm daily. South Mountain Fairgrounds, Biglerville. Nov 24-26. The Log House Christmas Craft Show. Highlighting traditional handmade offerings in an Early American setting featuring area craftspeople. 10am-4pm. The Log House, East Berlin. 717-259-0822, www.ebhpspa.org/
May 5-6. Pow-Wow on Manatawny Creek. Celebrating the culture and traditions of the Lenni-Lenape Native Americans with music performances, dance exhibitions, Native American games, a silent auction and food. 10am-7pm. Pottstown Memorial Park, Pottstown. May 6. Artisans in the Park. Featuring artisans, food, wine sampling, tours of the homestead, and shopping opportunities at the gift shop. Rain or shine. 9am-4pm. Free adm. Conrad Weiser Homestead, Robesonia. 484-335-0091, www.artisansinthepark.com May 6. Colonial May Fair. Enjoy 18th-century entertainments such as magic shows, music, puppet theater and traditional dancing around the Maypole. Also, early American crafters and demonstrators, farm animals, make-and-take crafts and more. 11am-5pm. Pottsgrove Manor, Pottstown. 610-326-4014, www.montcopa. org/index.aspx?NID=930 May 13. Spring Craft Fair. Browse the wares of more than 300 local and regional craftspeople, who will display a wide variety of arts and handicrafts at indoor, sheltered and open air displays. 9am-3pm. Leesport Farmers Market, Leesport. 610-926-1307, www.leesportmarket.com
May 20. Hamburg Arts & Crafts Fest & Car Show. Fine art and craft displays, performing artists, a beer and wine garden, children’s activities, a silent art auction and a rolling art exhibition - a classic and antique car show. 10am-4pm. Downtown Hamburg. 610-562-3106, 610-562-4332 May 25-28. Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. Enjoy drag racing competition at many levels, featuring future stars competing in classes where pro racers began their careers. Maple Grove Raceway, Mohnton. 610-856-9211, www.maple groveraceway.com Jun 10. The Lantern Fest. Thousands of revelers will join together, armed with lanterns that will fly for an unforgettable spectacle when the sun goes down. Food, live music, a stage show, familiar princesses, face painters, s’mores, balloon artists and more. Gates at 4pm. Parking fee. Maple Grove Raceway, Mohnton. 610-856-9211, www.maplegroveraceway.com, www.thelanternfest.com Jul 1-9. Kutztown Folk Festival. Providing insight into Pennsylvania Dutch culture, the festival offers a quilt sale, children’s activities, and more. Free adm for children age 12 and under. Kutztown Fairgrounds, Kutztown. Sep 2. Taste of Hamburg-er Festival. Professional and amateur burger eating competitions, more than 30 hamburger stands, five stages of musical entertainment, contests, children’s activities, arts and crafts, beer and wine, and more. 10am-6pm. Downtown Hamburg. 610-562-3106, www.tasteofhamburger.com/ Sep 17. Lyons Fiddle Festival. Grassroots music, homemade soups and baked goods, artisan crafts, an opportunity to win a handcrafted quilt or a Martin
2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Sep 9-10. Doylestown Arts Festival. Featuring 160 juried artists, five stages of live music, interactive demonstrations, two food courts and more. Rain or shine. 10am-5pm. Free adm. Streets of historic Doylestown. http:// doylestownartsfestival.com/ Sep 10. Thompson Bucks County Classic. The professional international cycling race and festival will feature six races. 8:30am-3pm. Downtown Doylestown. www.buckscountyclassic.com/ Sep 16-17. Village Renaissance Faire - A Faire for a Cause. The interactive world for all ages will feature glamour and excitement with jousting knights, dangling aerialists, birds of prey, fairground encounters, danger shows, children’s activities and a Gnome Depot featuring fine artisans. 11am-6pm. Middletown Grange, Wrightstown. 267-304-8060, http://www.villagefaire.org/ Sep 16. Newtown BeerFest. Beer tasting, live music, food and fun. Rain or shine. Tickets required. Age 21 and up with valid ID. 12:30-5:30pm. The Stocking Works, Newtown. www.newtownbeerfest.com/ Oct 7. Pumpkin Ball. The premier black-tie gala event will be an elegant evening celebration. 6-11pm. Quakertown. www.quaker townalive.com Oct 21. Autumn Alive! More than 100 vendors, a food court, a beer garden for attendees age 21 and up, allday entertainment on two stages, cupcake contests, a scarecrow contest and a pet parade. 10am-4pm. Quakertown. www.quaker townalive.com
May 7. May Day Festival of the Arts. Approximately 45 to 60 booths selling high-quality arts and crafts, as well as fresh food from vendors. Also, strolling magicians, mimes, jugglers and local dance academy performances. 11am-4pm. Everhart Park, West Chester. May 13. Phoenixville Beer & Wine Festival. Sample 80-plus craft beers, more than 36 wines, meads, spirits and ciders from Pennsylvania, the
Mid-Atlantic, and the U.S. Also, live music and creative cuisine from regional food trucks and restaurants. Noon4:30pm. Kimberton Fire Company Fairgrounds, Phoenixville. http://phoenix villebeerwinefestival.com May 19-21. Beauty & the Beast. Created by Nancy Page, the show is a new version of the classic fairy tale, based on the original story by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve. Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall, West Chester. 610-696-2711, www.brandy wineballet.org Jun 1-4. Brandywine Strawberry Festival. Featuring rides, live music, food, bounce houses, shopping, and fireworks. Benefits local organizations. A free shuttle will be available to and from Kmart in Thorndale on Friday and Saturday nights. Free adm, but there are fees for parking and activities. Brandywine Hospital Grounds, Coatesville. 610-380-9080, www.brandywinestrawberry festival.com Jun 4. Super Sunday. More than 100 food vendors, arts and crafts vendors, information booths, two stages for live music, and the children’s fun zone, featuring moon bounces, a climbing wall, a giant slide, and a trampoline. 11am-5pm. Downtown West Chester. Jun 11. French Creek Iron Tour. Rides for all levels, from beginners to accomplished cyclists, with well-marked course options from 11 to 100 miles. Featuring lightly traveled roads and scenic countryside, fully stocked rest stops, cue sheets and free lunch after the ride. Kimberton Fire Company Fairgrounds, Phoenixville. www.irontour.org/ Jun 23-25. Chester County Balloon Festival. Filled with activities for people of all ages on the ground and in the air, such as more than 100 vendors, live bands, balloons and glows, children’s activities and fireworks. New Garden Flying Field, Toughkenamon. https://ccballoonfest.com/ Jul 1. Freedom Fest. A patriotic evening of music, vendors and fireworks. 6-11pm. Parking fee. Free adm. Nottingham County Park, Nottingham.
Sep 8-10. Mushroom Festival. More than 100,000 visitors come to experience the Small Town America festival, which promotes mushroom crops. Features a community parade with dining and dancing in the streets on Friday. Kennett Square. http:// mushroomfestival.org Sep 16-17. On Hallowed Ground: The Battle of Brandywine 2017. Mark the 240th anniversary of the largest land battle of the American Revolution with a re-enactment featuring hundreds of re-enactors on the historic site. Meet and greet historic personalities, enjoy children’s games and marching drills, meet authors, attend presentations, and enjoy a fife and drum corps and other music. Sandy Hollow Battlefield, West Chester. www.brandywine2017.org/ Sep 24. Downingtown Fall Fest. More than 5,000 guests attend the day of live music, food, shopping and craft beer. Free adm. Green Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, downtown Downingtown. http://downingtownfallfest. com/ Oct 1. Kennett Brewfest. Sample beers from more than 90 local, regional and craft breweries. Enjoy food and merchandise vendors, live bands, sponsor tables and more. Doors at noon for the connoisseur tasting and at 1:30pm for the regular fest. All taps will close at 5:30pm. Kennett Square. http:// kennettbrewfest.com/
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guitar, on-stage competition, performances and impromptu jam sessions. Lyons Park and Recreation, Lyon Station. www.lyonsfiddle.com Through Jul 9. Exhibit: Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, & Sculptural Form. A Philadelphia native and resident of the Worthington House in Doylestown from 1910 to 1926, Sheeler is recognized as one of the founding figures of American modernism due to his work as a painter and a photographer. James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown. 215-340-9800, www.michenerartmuseum.org May 20. Arts Alive! The spring festival will feature juried arts and crafts. 10am-4pm. Downtown Quakertown. www.quakertownalive.com May 21, 28. Bucks County Wine Trail Spring Tour. The 9 wineries are divided into a Northern (May 28) and Southern (May 21) tour. Guests can also purchase combo tickets and visit all 9 Bucks County Wine Trail wineries. The Southern Tour will be held from noon to 5 p.m. on May 21. Adm Bucks County Wine Trail. www. buckscountywinetrail.com/ event/bucks-county-wine-trailspring-tour-2017/ Jul 9. Garden Affaires Garden Tour. Enjoy Quakertown’s beautiful outdoor spaces. Many varieties of gardens will be on the tour, featuring lush water features, unique sculptures, quaint gazebos, shade gardens and outdoor living spaces. Garden marketplace open 10am-4pm, with the tour from 11am-5pm. Quakertown.www.quaker townalive.com Aug 19. Upper Bucks Brewfest. Entertainment, beer and wine tasting, food and merchandise vendors. 1-5pm. Quakertown. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.quakertownalive.com Aug 26. Fonthill Castle Beer Fest. Enjoy high-quality national and regional brews paired with music and local fare in an outdoor setting. VIP tickets entitle holders to early entry and an exclusive beer selection. 2-5pm. Adm. Fonthill Castle, Doylestown. 215-348-9461, www.mercer museum.org
2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA May 6. Performance: The Promise of Living. The Susquehanna Chorale will present its spring concert, which wil highlight the varied faces and sources of joy, hope and enthusiasm for life as presented by well-known British and American composers. 8pm. Parmer Hall, Messiah College, Mechanicsburg. May 13. Performance: Family Concert. The child-friendly concert will be sponsored by the West Shore Symphony Orchestra. 11:15am-noon. Carlisle Theatre, Carlisle. 717-2580666, www.carlisletheatre.org May 14. Performance: WSSO Masterworks Concert III: Celebrate! Featuring the West Shore Symphony Orchestra, directed by music director and conductor Matthew Hooper. 3pm. First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Carlisle. May 19-21. Carlisle Import & Performance Nationals. Featuring more than 2,000 show vehicles representing all marques, scenes, and styles. Carlisle Fairgrounds, Carlisle. 717-243-7855, www.carlisleevents.com
May 20. Petapalooza. Featuring lovable, adoptable homeless pets from local shelters and animal rescues in the central Pennsylvania area. 11am-3pm. Central Penn College, Summerdale. May 20. Petapalooza. Featuring lovable, adoptable homeless animals from nearly 50 local shelters and animal rescues in central Pennsylvania. The animal-friendly festival will also feature vendors, drawings, live music, Barkby Plunger’s Dog Course Luring, food trucks and the pet parade. 11am-3pm. Central Penn College, Summerdale. www.petapaloozapa.com/ Aug 24-27. Corvettes at Carlisle. Featuring more than 5,000 Corvettes representing all generations of America’s classic sports car. Other offerings include autocross, burnouts, a parade, a swap meet, an all-Corvette car corral, and the Manufacturers Midway and Installation Alley. Adm. Carlisle Fairgrounds, Carlisle. 717-243-7855, www.carlisle events.com
Apr 19-May 11. Performance: Pinocchio. Pinocchio meets up with a troublesome duo. Select dates. Gamut Theatre Group, Harrisburg. 717-238-4111, www.gamuttheatre.org May 6. Harrisburg Wine Festival 2017. Featuring wineries, vintners and winemakers from around the world for an evening of luxury wine tasting. 5-8:30pm. The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg. 717-236-4300, www.statemuseumpa.org, http://harrisburgwinefest.com/ May 7. Garden Faire. The event will have a Victorian accent and will feature a plant sale, a craft show, displays, food, an art show and sale, garden chats, children’s activities, and cakewalks to live music. 10am-4pm. Fort Hunter Park, Harrisburg. 717-599-5751, www.forthunter.org May 13. Wine Whiskey & Beer Fest-acular. Sample and purchase fine Pennsylvania wines, spirits and craft brews. Entertainment by Totally 80s from Pittsburgh.
11:30am-6pm. Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course, Grantville. 412-405-9721 May 20. Performance: The Pennsylvania Regional Ballet Company. A showcase of pieces in varied styles of dance. DeSoto Amphitheater stage, Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, Millersburg. 717-692-3699, http://ned smithcenter.org Jun 10-11. Music & Wine Festival. Features national and local recording artists, free wine samples from central Pennsylvania wineries, and craft and food vendors. Attendees may bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets. Gates open at 3pm. 4-9pm. Fort Hunter Park, Harrisburg. 717-599-5751, www.fort hunter.org Jul 17-21. Outdoor Week. For ages 12 to 14. Registration opens on Jan. 3. 9am-3pm. Adm. Wildwood Park, Harrisburg. 717-2210292, www.wildwoodlake.org Jul 24-28. Photo Boot Camp: Fundamentals of Photography. For ages 10 to
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Apr 19-Jun 18. Performance: West Side Story. The Leonard Bernstein/ Stephen Sondheim collaboration is based on Romeo and Juliet and features exciting choreography and a legendary score. Media Theatre, Media. 610-891-0100, www. mediatheatre.org May 5-7, 12-13. Performance: Green Day’s American Idiot. A musical. The Barnstormers Theater, Ridley Park. 610-461-9969, www.barnstormerstheater.com
Jun 24-Sep 17. Exhibit: Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect. The once-in-alifetime exhibition of iconic works by the master painter commemorates the centennial of the artist’s birth and will include more than 100 works spanning his entire career. Public tours of his studio and Kuerner Farm will be available. Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700, www.brandy winemuseum.org
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May 26-Jun 11. Performance: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The William Shakespeare comedy centers around the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta and tells what happens when fairies decide to mix in the affairs of mortals. Hedgerow Theatre Company, Rose Valley. 610-565-4211, www.hedgerowtheatre.org
Jun 10. State Street Blues Stroll. 6pm-1am. State Street, Media. www.statestreetblues. com/
Jul 31-Aug 4. Photo Boot Camp: Fundamentals of Photography. For ages 10 to 16. 9am-3pm. Registration opens on Jan. 3. Wildwood Park, Harrisburg. 717-2210292, www.wildwoodlake.org, www.hcckids.org
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May 19-20. Rhubarb Festival. Features a rhubarb racecar derby, rhubarb food, a rhubarb dessert baking contest, a rhubarb whoopie pie filling contest, and the Rhubarb Stroll mini parade, featuring costumed characters, musicians, pink ladies, and more. Kitchen Kettle Village, Intercourse. 717-768-8261, www.kitchenkettle.com May 20. Marietta Day. Features a craft show and a town-wide yard sale, along with food. Rain or shine. Market Street, Marietta. www. mariettapbusiness.com May 27-28. Great Pennsylvania FlavorFest. Features wine sampling from more than 20 wineries, as well as Pennsylvania artisan crafts .11am-5pm. Free adm. Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, Manheim. 717-665-7021, www.parenfaire.com
May 29. Maytown Antiques, Crafts, & Collectibles Show. The outdoor show features food, antiques, art, crafts, collectibles, and more. Rain or shine. 8am-4pm. East High and South River streets and the Square, Maytown. Jun 3. National Trails Day Event. 10am-1pm. Columbia Crossing, Columbia. www. susquehannariverlands.com Jun 24. Antique, Art, & Craft Show. Features more than 200 vendors offerings crafts, antiques, and food. Also includes entertainment. No pets allowed. Free shuttle service from 8:45am-3pm, free parking. Rain date is July 8. 9am-3pm. Free adm. Locust Street Park, Columbia. 717-684-5249 Jul 29. Run to Help Children With Color & Foam. The trail run will feature color and foam stations, along with a color blast and snow foam machine at the end of the run. Also, prizes and giveaways, children’s activities, food and music. 9am. Brubaker Park, East Earl. 717-445-5426, www. runtohelpchildren.com
Oct 7-8. Fall ArtWalk. The self-guided tour of downtown galleries includes special exhibitions, meet-the-artist events, children’s activities, and live demonstrations. Downtown Lancaster. 717-413-0094 Oct 7-14. Bridge Bust. More than 300 vendors will offer their wares in the categories of antiques, art, crafts, food, and unique items. No pets allowed. Free parking and shuttle service available from both sides of the bridge. The rain date is Oct. 14. 8am-4pm. Adm for everyone age 6 and up. Veterans Memorial Bridge, Columbia and Wrightsville. 717-684-5249
May 6. CompeerCORPS Warrior Fundraiser. The Ninja Warrior course competition fundraiser will support CompeerCORPS’ network of military veterans, which provides peer-mentoring friendships to service members. Registration at 9am. Competition 0am-noon. Adm. Paramount Sports Complex,
Annville. 717-272-8317, www.compeer-lebanon.org, www.eventbrite.com May 14. Red Rose Classic Dog Show. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-273-3670, www. lancasterkennelclub.org May 20-21. Union Canal Days 2017. Businesses, faithbased associations and nonprofit organizations will host information booths. Also, a children’s area with games and animals, food vendors and an expanded opportunity for canoe and kayak enthusiasts to travel through the tunnel. Union Canal Tunnel Park, Lebanon. 717-272-3682, https://lebanoncounty historicalsociety.org Jun 1-18. Exhibit: Juried Art Exhibition. The 46th annual event, an LVC tradition, will feature a variety of paintings, drawings, sculpture, assemblage and photographs. More than 200 entries are submitted each year from regional artists. Opening reception on June 1 from 5-7pm. Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College, Annville. www.lvc.edu Jun 9. Logan Brinson Elvis Festival. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. http://palmyraelvis fest.com Jun 10. Historic Old Annville Day. Music, food, arts and crafts. Presented by Friends of Old Annville. Downtown Annville. firstname.lastname@example.org Jun 24. Traditional Cherry Fair & Early American Craft Show. Traditional artisans will demonstrate their crafts, and there will be farm-life demonstrations and cherry treats.
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May 5-20. Performance: Angels in America, Parts 1 & 2. The American play spans the Reagan to Bush eras and focuses on the AIDS crisis in 1980s New York and the lives of fictional and historical characters. Civic Theatre of Allentown, Allentown. 610-432-8943, www.civic theatre.com May 13. Rock ’n’ Run 5K/10K/Fun Run. The day of fitness will feature live music, healthy snacks, prizes, sports mascots and more. Coca-Cola Park, Allentown. www.rocknrun4kids.com May 20-21. Spring Wine & Cheese Event. Sample a wine and cheese pair at each location. Wineries of Lehigh Valley Wine Trail, Lehigh Valley. 866-870-7800, www. lehighvalleywinetrail.com, www.springwineandcheese. com May 27. Wildwater Kingdom Opening Day. Get soaked at 22 water slides, two tubing rivers, two huge wave pools, and
other attractions. Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom, Allentown. 610-395-0104, www. dorneypark.com Jun 3. Performance: The Ice Princess. The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival and the professional theater at DeSales University will present a new adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen tale. 10-11am. The Labuda Center for the Performing Arts, DeSales University, Center Valley. www.pashakespeare. org Jun 24. Pony Car Picnic. Bring beach chairs and blankets, pack a picnic lunch, and enjoy outdoor activities and music along the waterfront. 11am-2pm. Outside event is free. Discounted adm. America on Wheels Museum, Allentown. http:// americaonwheels.org Jul 1-2. Native American Festival. 10am-6pm. Leesport Farmers Market, Leesport. 610-926-1307, www.leesport market.com Jul 8. Midsummer Craft Fair & Pennsylvania Barbecue Fest. Features more than 300 crafters occupying more than
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10am-5pm. Alexander Schaeffer Farm, Schaefferstown. 717-949-2244 Jul 9. Afternoon Garden Tea on the Farm. The presentation on the use of natural dyes, organic gardening and heirloom seeds will include a house tour and dry house demonstration. Light refreshments will be served. 2pm. Adm. Alexander Schaeffer Farm, Schaefferstown. 717-949-2244 Aug 4. Blast! A beer and wine tasting event. 6-9pm. Cornwall Iron Furnace, Cornwall. 717-272-9711, www. cornwallironfurnace.org Aug 12. Revelation Festival. Offering both nationally and locally known bands representing a wide variety of music genres. For people of all ages. Kochenderfer Church, Lebanon. 717-273-0525, www. rev-fest.com Oct 14. Hoe Down. The fall season fun will include hayrides, beanbag tossing, horseshoes, apple bobbing, pumpkin carving and three hours of lively entertainment and square dancing starting at
2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA May 30-Aug 8. White’s Road Park Concert Series. Featuring a wide variety of music genres from classical to country performed by bands in the tri-state area. Tuesdays. 7pm. North Penn Rotary Centennial Band Shell, White’s Road Park, Lansdale. 215-361-8352, www.lansdale. org Jun 16. Ambler Arts & Music Festival. Features ongoing music performances, more than 75 artists display-
ing their original creations, food from vendors and local restaurants, and beer and wine in the beer garden. 6-11pm on Friday and 11am-11pm on Saturday. Various locations in Ambler. www.amblerfest.org Jun 25. Vintage Baseball at Its Best. The Athletic Base Ball Club of Philadelphia will play 1864-era base ball using vintage rules and equipment. Children may play Town Ball, and the mansion will be open
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NORTHAMPTONcounty May 6. Opening Day of Easton Farmers Market. America’s oldest continuous open-air market will celebrate its 265th year of selling fresh, local foods and specialty wares. Ribbon cutting at 9am. Meet the farmers, food artisans and specialty product makers. 9am-1pm. Market is open on Saturdays from May to December. Easton Farmers Market, Easton. http://easton farmersmarket.com/
May 13. Young Playwrights’ Festival & Gala. A showcase of original plays written by Lehigh Valley students and
directed and performed by the Touchstone ensemble and special guests. A family-friendly preshow will feature snacks, giveaway drawings and an opportunity to meet the playwrights. Adm. Zoellner Arts Center, Lehigh University, Bethlehem. 610-867-1689, www.touchstone.org May 25. Performance: Freddy Awards. The awards recognize exceptional accomplishments in the production and performance of musical theater in high schools in Lehigh and Northampton Counties, as well as Warren County in New Jersey. State Theatre Center for the Arts, Easton. 800-999-STATE, www. freddyawards.org Jun 4. Arts, Crafts & Drafts. Offering a flight of various fun projects, with classes for all skill levels. 2-4pm. Adm includes first beer. Weyerbacher Brewing Company, Easton. www.weyerbacher.com continued on pg 48
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2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Jun 11-18. St. Anthonyâ€™s Festa Italiana. Italian dishes to be served include spaghetti and meatballs and tripe, along with sandwiches, dessert and fried dough. Other highlights will include live music, childrenâ€™s games and rides. Holy Cross Park, Williams Township. Jul 8. 265th Birthday Celebration at Easton Farmers Market. Join Americaâ€™s oldest continuous open-air market in celebrating its 265th birthday with free birthday cake at 10am, live music, entertainment and historical displays, along with a wide variety of fresh, local foods. 9am-1pm. Easton Farmers Market, Easton. http://eastonfarmersmarket. com/ Jul 15-16. Blueberry Festival. A family-friendly event featuring live music, childrenâ€™s games and activities, Colonial demonstrations, culinary contests, pie-eating contests, a pet parade, pony rides, personalized crafts and blueberry-themed foods. 10am-7pm. Adm. Burnside Plantation, Bethlehem. http:/ historicbethlehem.org
Jul 22. Zucchini 500 Easton Farmers Market. The entry fee to the veggie race includes a choice of zucchini, wheels and axles, a commemorative racing necklace and access to carving tools and accessories, with expert assistance from the Zuke 500 Pit Crew. Carving from 9-10:45am, with race at 11am. Prizes will be given in various categories. Adm. Easton Farmers Market, Easton. http://eastonfarmersmarket. com/ Aug 4-13. Musik Fest. The headliners are Santana, The Band Perry, Toby Keith, Lee Brice, and Justin Moore. Bethlehem. www.musikfest. org Sep 16-17. Riverside Festival of the Arts. The annual arts, music, theater and spoken word event will feature workshops, demonstrations, artists, crafts, food and food challenges, art contests with cash prizes and more. Free adm. Riverside and Scott parks, Easton. 631455-2195, http://easton riversidefest.org/
Nov 4-5. PA Bacon Fest. More than 100 vendors, 12-plus musical acts and several stages. Rain or shine. 10am-5pm. Suggested donation. Easton. http://paba confest.com/
PHILADELPHIAcounty May 6. South Street Spring Festival. Includes a giant Maypole, a few dozen concerts, eating contests, a Kidsâ€™ Zone, nearly 200 vendors, Maifest, beer, and a dancing extravaganza. Headhouse Square and along South Street, Philadelphia.
May 18-20. Philadelphia International Childrenâ€™s Festival. Features family-friendly circus, theater, storytelling, and music performances, along with an outdoor fun zone featuring crafts, activities, and performances. Annenberg Center Live, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. May 20-21. South Ninth Street Italian Market Festival. Highlights will include the Procession of Saints, live entertainment, family events, crafts, and lots
May 20. Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival. The public street fest is a day of music, outdoor shopping, fashion events, international entertainment, and food from some of the cityâ€™s most renowned restaurants. Rittenhouse Row, Philadelphia. www.ritten houserow.org Jun 24-25. Manayunk Arts Festival. The outdoor, juried arts festival features more than 300 artists from across the nation. Manayunk, Philadelphia. Aug 17-20. Philadelphia Folk Festival. The festival attracts musicians, storytellers, and craftspeople. Old Pool Farm, Schwenksville. Sep 5-Oct 22. Performance: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. The classic musical comedy by Stephen Sondheim won a Tony Award for Best Musical. Opening night on Sept 13 at 7pm. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia. 215-574-3550,
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2017-2018 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA 800-982-2787, www.walnut streettheatre.org Sep 23. Philly’s Cheesesteak & Food Fest. Features cheesesteak samples, as well as other Philly eats, including hoagies, roast pork sandwiches, pretzels, and water ice. Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia. Oct 7. Midtown Village Fall Festival. Features music, food, sidewalk sales, and other festivities. Midtown Village, Philadelphia. Oct 19-29. Philadelphia Film Festival. Showcases independent and foreign cinema, including short film, feature-length films, and animated movies. Includes guest appearances. Theaters and venues throughout Philadelphia. Nov 7-Jan 7. Performance: Annie. The beloved show won a Tony Award for Best Musical. Opening night on Nov 15 at 7pm. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia. 215-574-3550, 800-982-2787, www.walnutstreettheatre.org
May 6. First Saturday Open House. 1-5pm. Walk In Art Center, Schuylkill Haven. 570-732-3728, www. walkinartcenter.org May 6. Pawcasso - Art with Dogs. 10am-noon. Walk In Art Center, Schuylkill Haven. 570732-3728, www.walkinart center.org May 11-Jun 30. Exhibit: Phil Christman. Opening reception on May 11 from 6-8pm. Main Gallery, Third Floor, Walk In Art Center, Schuylkill Haven. 570-732-3728, www. walkinartcenter.org May 13. Art in the Park. Art, music, and food in a recreation setting. 10am-4pm. Bubeck Park, Schuylkill Haven.
May 20. Kielbasi Festival & Kielbasi-Making Contest. Featuring the three kielbasi kings - Capital, Kowalonek and Lucky’s - and Mrs. T’s pierogies. Contestants will enter to win the PIG Trophy, and there will be Polish pottery, matryoshka dolls, straw
May 21. Lucky Dog Dash 2017. Bring a pet to take part in the 5K. Participants who do not have a pet can still participate. 8am-noon. Locust Lake State Park, Barnesville. www. active.com/barnesville-pa/running/distance-running-races/ the-lucky-dog-dash-5k2017?int Jun 10. Coal Cracker 10K Run. Registration at 7:30am, fun run for children age 12 and under at 9am, 10K at 10am. Downtown Shenandoah. 570-462-0389, www.downtownshenandoah. com, www.facebook.com/ coalcracker10k/ Jun 16. Kielbasi & Pierogie Golf Open. Includes lunch, dinner and refreshments all day. Tee time at 1pm. Mountain Valley Golf Course, Barnesville. www.downtown shenandoah.com Aug 19. Faerie FanFaire Festival. The Realm of Fae is filled with wonders. 10am-7pm. Stonehedge Gardens, Tamaqua. 570-7320453, www.stonehedge gardens.org, FaerieFamFaire@ gmail.com Aug 25-27. Seane’s Memorial Catfish Tournament & Chinese Auction. Campsites may be reserved. The tournament will take place from 5pm on Aug. 25 to noon on Aug. 27. The Chinese auction will be on Aug. 26. Proceeds will support the Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. Blue Mountain Fishing Lakes, Schuylkill Haven. www.bluemtnfishing lakes.com Aug 26. Heritage Day & Parade of Nations. A total of 21 nations will be represented, and there will be ethnic foods, crafts, games, a disc jockey and live music in Girard Park. Parade at 10am. Downtown Shenandoah. www. downtownshenandoah.com
May 5-7. May Day Fairie Festival. A music and arts festival celebrating the beginning of spring. Features
artists and authors from around the world, local and international musicians, and crafters whose work is related to folklore. Spoutwood Farm, Glen Rock. 717-235-6610, www.spoutwood.org May 13. PickleFest. Vendors will line Greenbrier Lane from Maple Shade Barn to Dill’s Tavern, which will offer re-enactors, crafts, and demonstrations. Other activities will include the 5K Pickle Chase and one-mile fun run, two performance stages offering magic shows and live music, a pickle-eating contest, and pickle foods, including ice cream and soup. Registration requested for the 5K and fun run. 8am-3pm. Dillsburg. www.dillsburg.com May 14. Olde York Street Fair. Features more than 100 vendors of handmade arts and crafts, entertainment, and a children’s fun block, including bounce houses, games, face painting, and coloring pages. 12:30-6pm. Continental Square, York. 717-849-2221, www.yorkcity.org Jun 2-4. Street Rods National East. Features a total of 4,000 street rods, custom cars, muscle cars, and specialty vehicles, along with manufacturer exhibits, arts and crafts, a model car contest, and a vintage parts swap meet. York Expo Center, York. Jun 12-16. Nature Discovery Program: Nature Detectives. Children ages 5 and 6 are invited to look in the forests, fields, and stream for signs of local animals. Activities include crafts, hikes, and a live animal finale. 9:30am-noon. Registration required. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org Jun 16-18. Codorus Blast Festival in the Park. A familyfriendly event. Adm. Codorus State Park, Hanover. www. codorusblast.org Jun 17. Penn Mar Irish Festival. Features traditional and contemporary Irish musicians from Pennsylvania and Maryland, along with special guests, Irish dancers, Irish food, children’s activities, door prizes, and a variety of vendors offering Irish goods, including gifts, clothing,
jewelry, music, books, pottery, photography, and stained glass. 10:30am-9pm. The Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-235-6611, www.marketsatshrewsbury. com, http://pennmarirish festival.com/ Jun 25. RiverFest: Music & History Along the Susquehanna. 5-9pm. John Wright Restaurant, Wrightsville. 717-252-0416, http://jwrpa.com Jun 26-30. Nature Discovery Program: Wonders of Nature. Children will discover the wonders of the natural world from various viewpoints, including those of a scientist, artist, or musician. Students will take home items they created. For ages 7 and 8. 9:30am-2:30pm. Registration required. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org Jul 17-21. Nature Discovery Program: High Adventure. Children ages 11 to 13 will participate in hiking, boating, team challenges, and camping under the stars. Registration required. 9:30am-3:30pm on Monday and Wednesday, 8:30am-4pm on Tuesday, and 7pm on Thursday to 9am on Friday. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org Jul 10-14. Nature Discovery Program: Water Worlds. Students will investigate the pond and stream to find aquatic life and discover how animals survive underwater. Includes a live animal finale. For ages 5 and 6. 9:30am-noon. Registration required. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org Jul 29. Hanover Dutch Festival. Features more than 330 handmade craft and food vendors, along with authentic German entertainment, an antique/classic car show, and a children’s carnival. The event promotes community awareness and pride in the town’s Pennsylvania Dutch heritage. 8am-4pm. Free adm. Hanover. http://hanoverchamber.com/ dutch-festival/
May 20. Schuylkill County BrewFest. Featuring unlimited samples from more than 30 breweries. 1pm. Frackville Elks Lodge, Frackville.
ornaments, other Eastern European crafts, a live polka band, food, crafts and children’s games. 11am-5pm. Downtown Shenandoah. www. downtownshenandoah.com
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