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The Weather in Lancaster
Above are the weather conditions for Lancaster. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Lancaster, with temperatures going under 23° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
A blend of old world and new at your Lancaster, PA, vacation home
Choose a rural farm setting or a historic town home for your vacation rental in Lancaster, PA. Modern conveniences are within minutes of traditional Amish Farms.
Enjoy many cuisine choices in Lancaster
From your vacation home in Lancaster, choose modern or historic dining. Start with a unique beverage from the restored breweries and distilleries or go to a wine tasting at the historical Mount Hope Winery, and take home a bottle of locally produced wine.
Dine at Greenfield which boasts the Wine Spectator Magazine Award, or experience a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch Smorgasbord. A blend of cultures, Lancaster boasts Italian food, Irish pubs and local craft breweries.
Your children will love Lancaster
From your vacation home, your children will love to visit a working traditional Amish Farm or a mini-horse farm. Make a full day of famous Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park. Then, watch your children happily explore a corn maze, indoor trampolines, balloon rides, mini-golf, and live theater.
A buggy ride offered by Amish families and a ride on a steam train are favorites with the whole family. The kids can ride the famous Thomas the Talking Train and visit a miniature train museum.
There's so much to see and do around Lancaster
Ever been to a Mud Sale? Near your vacation home in Lancaster, experience auctions which fund local fire companies. Bid on items from handmade quilts to farm tools. Visit curiously-named nearby towns like Bird-in-Hand and Paradise.
Shop designer outlets, minutes from Amish farmer's markets, offer baked delicacies, spices, candies, and cured meats. You'll experience history, museums, shopping, nightlife, and culture close to your Lancaster vacation home. Once America's largest inland city in the late 1700s, Lancaster showcases Fulton Opera House where Sarah Bernhardt once performed. See where Woolworth opened his first store. Give in to the temptation of shops, museums, historic churches, and galleries as you explore town.
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