Landis Valley Museum in Lancaster, PA
The Landis Valley Museum in Lancaster is a living history museum devoted to Pennsylvania-German material, culture, history and heritages.
The museum collects, conserves, exhibits and interprets items a part of Pennsylvania-German culture from 1740 through 1940. A broad collection of artifacts and several historic buildings tell the story of 18th and 19th century German population in Pennsylvania and Lancaster County.
Landis Valley Museum is located 2.5 miles north of Lancaster on Route 272/Oregon Pike, a marked exit off both Route 30 and Route 222. Regardless if you are a historical buff or simply want to get to know the city like never before, this is a fantastic opportunity for fun and worldly wonders.
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