Lancaster Bible College is situated in the rolling green hills and farmland of Lancaster County. The area offers a wide variety of attractions, shopping outlets, parks, and restaurants all within a short drive of the college.
Downtown Lancaster is only minutes away where you can visit the country’s oldest farmers’ market, shop for vintage clothes, or grab a bite at a cozy cafe. You’ll also want to make plans to attend “First Fridays.” Once a month, the city celebrates the arts with new exhibitions, live music, theatrical performances, and artist receptions. It’s a fun time to explore the city!
While downtown make sure to visit The Trust Performing Arts Center. The Trust is an historic venue for music, theatre, dance, and lectures in the heart of Lancaster’s downtown arts district. On “First and Third Fridays” be sure to stop by The Trust and enjoy the free live entertainment provided that evening.
Find out how to “discover Lancaster” by checking out the Lancaster Visitors Bureau’s online resource guide to information about lodging, dining, shopping, events, and special offers.
Visit DiscoverLancaster.com to learn more.