Lancaster Pennsylvania Virtual Tour and Travel Guide – Best Things to See and Do in Lancaster County

Lancaster Pennsylvania Virtual Tour and Travel Guide – Best Things to See and Do in Lancaster County

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3 Popular Attractions In Pennsylvania

  • Dutch Wonderland: Amusement park in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  • Pennsylvania Facts:

    • Philadelphia is home to the Liberty Bell.
    • Ringing Hill in Lower Pottsgrove Township is named after the “ringing rocks” which were known for the unique ringing sound they made when struck by a hammer.
    • The State Seal Authorized by the General Assembly in 1791, the Seal of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is a symbol of authenticity which verifies that proclamations, commissions and other papers of state are legal and official. The face of the Seal displays symbols identical to the Coat of Arms, without the supporting horses, and is used most frequently as an imprint. The reverse side, or counterseal, pictures Liberty dominating Tyranny in the form of a lion, along with the warning “Both Can't Survive.”
    • The Moravian Book Shop in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, opened in 1745 and is the oldest continuously operating bookshop in the United States, quite possibly the world.
    Reading, Pennsylvania
    City
    City of Reading
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    Top to bottom, left to right: (1) Reading skyline (2) Lindbergh Viaduct (3) FirstEnergy Stadium (4) the Pagoda (5) Reading Public Museum
    Nickname(s):

    Pretzel Capital of the World, Pretzel City[1]
    Reading's location in Berks County

    Reading's location in Berks County
    Reading is located in Pennsylvania

    Reading
    Reading
    Location in Pennsylvania and the United States

    Reading is located in the United States

    Reading
    Reading
    Reading (the United States)

    Coordinates:

    40°20′30″N 75°55′35″W / 40.34167°N 75.92639°W / 40.34167; -75.92639Coordinates: 40°20′30″N 75°55′35″W / 40.34167°N 75.92639°W / 40.34167; -75.92639 Country United States State Pennsylvania County Berks Founded 1748; 274years ago(1748) Incorporated (borough) September15, 1783; 238 years ago(1783-09-15)[2] Incorporated (city) March16, 1847; 175 years ago(1847-03-16)[2] Named for Reading, Berkshire Government

    Mayor Eddie Moran (D) Area

    •City 10.08sqmi (26.11km2) •Land 9.84sqmi (25.49km2) •Water 0.24sqmi (0.62km2) Elevation

    305ft (93m) Population

    •City 95,112 •Density 9,400/sqmi (3,600/km2) •Urban

    153,045 (US: 140th) •Metro

    713,521 (US: 83rd) Demonym(s) Readingite, Redingensian Time zone UTC−5 (EST) •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT) ZIP Codes
    19601–19612, 19632, 19640
    Area code(s) 610, 484 FIPS code 42-63624 Website www.readingpa.gov Designated 1948[5]

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    Lancaster Pennsylvania in Lancaster County Pa has so many things to see and do. Lancaster Pa is famous for visiting Amish country but there is so much more to Lancaster Pennsylvania. Make sure you watch this entire video of Lancaster Pa to get some great ideas when you travel to Lancaster County or Pennsylvania. There are some great family activities and family fun in all of Lancaster. Strasburg Pa and Lititz Pa I have complete town tours so do not miss those (links below), because they have so much to do in each of those towns. Lancaster County is very large and will take you an Hour an half just to drive through Lancaster County.

    I have traveled many places and I challenge someone to beat Lancaster County for its activities and diversity of things to see and do. Do not miss Lancaster Pennsylvania and do not miss this virtual tour of the best 13 things to see and do when visiting Lancaster Pennsylvania

    Strasburg Pennsylvania Tour
    https://youtu.be/VTdUkJca4nE

    Lititz Pennsylvania Tour
    https://youtu.be/Gkguh6TX10o

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    5 thoughts on “Lancaster Pennsylvania Virtual Tour and Travel Guide – Best Things to See and Do in Lancaster County

    1. Please like, subscribe and click notifications to this channel if you like what you see. And comment. I love to read them and try to reply to all. I have alot of great ideas and videos planned. Thank You. 😎😎♥♥😂😂

    2. I lived in Lancaster almost all my life and never even heard of the Kitchen Kettle Village. Can't wait to go there with my wife and new born son. Love your Wildwood and Ocean City, MD videos by the way!!

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