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Stay in Lebanon County while you visit the region.

ImageChoose Lebanon County for affordable rates, country charm and simplicity. Stay in any number of our hotels or bed and breakfasts for a one-of-a-kind experience. Enjoy tantalizing treats at our farmers markets and award-winning restaurants. Shop for treasures as you visit curiosity shops or go antiquing in any number of our shopping districts. 

Lebanon County is centrally located—only minutes from Hershey Park and Hershey attractions. Hollywood Casino rests on the northwestern corridor of the county, while Harrisburg, Lancaster and Reading are within a 45-minute drive of Lebanon City. 

ImageHersheypark  - Just a few miles from the western Lebanon County line, you will find Hersheypark. This inter-national attraction features more than 65 rides and attractions, including roller coasters, kiddie rides, live entertainment, games, food and shops. The Boardwalk includes water-based attractions to help keep guests cool on hot summer days.  In 2012, Hersheypark will debut its newest roller coaster, Skyrush, the tallest, fastest and longest coaster in the park. Plan your trip by visiting www.hersheypark.com.

Harrisburg – Forty-five minutes west of Lebanon is Pennsylvania’s Capital City of Harrisburg. Popular attractions include the Civil War Museum, Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts and take a stroll down Restaurant Row to enjoy the cities galleries, boutiques and nightlife.  Enjoy outdoor activities along the Susquehanna River. www.HersheyHarrisburg.org, 1-877-727-8573

ImageLancaster – Lancaster County is known by many as the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country and its’ vibrant active Amish community.  Visitors can tour Amish Farms, go on Buggy rides and more. Just 45 minutes south of Lebanon is the City of Lancaster, a city thriving with culture, including art museums, galleries, fine dining, theatre and nightclubs. Throughout the county you will find quaint towns, farmer’s markets, antiques stores, beautiful farms, horses and buggies. www.PADutchCountry.com, 1-800- 723-8824.

ImageRenaissance Fair – just south of the Lebanon County line on Route 72, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, is waiting for you to live the excitement and adventure of the era when there were jousting knights, Shakespearean plays, musical performers, puppet shows, magic acts and daring stunts. Enjoy period foods, micro-brewed ales and sweet wines from 23 Royal Kitchens or shop from scores of Renaissance merchants. www.parenfair.com

Reading / Berks County– Travel 45 minutes east of Lebanon and you will find Reading and the VF Outlet Center. The center features name brands at discounted prices, including styles in the latest fashions, to luggage, housewares, tools, books and electronics.  Berks County - Reading area attractions include the Reading Public Museum, historic buildings, wineries, galleries and parks. http://www.readingberkspa.com.

Schuylkill County - Just north of Lebanon County is Schuylkill County, home to America's oldest brewery – Yuengling. Located in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, this National Historic Landmark offers daily tours throughout the week and on special weekends.  While there drop in and visit Cabella’s. http://www.schuylkill.org

Gettysburg – An hour southwest of Lebanon is historic Gettysburg, landmark of the largest Civil War battle and setting for Abraham Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address.” Spend the day touring national military parks and antique shops.
www.Gettysburg.travel, 1-800-337-5015

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