Sundays in Lancaster County can be what you want it to be. You can go to church (we will help you find the denomination you prefer) and worship, and enjoy a day of leisure. There are many attractions open, contrary to preconceived ideas, so you can be as active you desire. I personally do the worship and leisure. Sometimes that means a trip to the river to watch the water flow-by, that is sort of like watching paint dry but it works to calm my soul. We have a trail that follows the river’s edge, another great way to enjoy nature and do it at your pace. Back to those attractions; a buggy ride, an Amish house tour, Hershey Park (see our special), museums etc. I’ll be glad to help you plan.
I’ve writtten so much about Christmas that one would think that is all I think about, not so, but I keep getting more and more info on things that are happening here in Lancaster County and they all seem like fun and interesting ways to celebrate. This coming weekend must be the busiest of all. Just a few miles from me is the Marietta House Tour and the town closes down its year of celebrating 200 years as a town. This tour is always a big affair for the town. It will be Sunday Dec. 2 starting at 11 am.
Let’s see….Friday you can go to Intercourse for their Holiday Celebration starting at 4:30. Saturday you can do the Landis Valley Museum with all the Pennsylvania German Christmas stuff then move on to the PA Railroad Museum. Enough museums, while you are all down that way how about a great dinner at Iron Horse Inn. Dee’s food is always wonderful. I have more in my head just come by.