Bring the Family | Fall 2022

You're always the perfect age to enjoy Lancaster.

As leaves begin to change and cozy wardrobe staples are slowly reemerging, there are still plenty of beautiful days left in the year for adventuring. It’s time to take a stroll and experience the culture that abounds in Lancaster City—we’re featuring five fall stops that you can enjoy with the whole family.

Bring the Family is a special section sponsored by our friends at Garden Spot Village, who are passionate about living life to the fullest. They believe in offering opportunities to live and thrive in community because creating a meaningful future never ends.

Looking for a few ways to spend crisp autumn days with the family? Garden Spot Village team member Colleen Musselman and her husband Mark took their grandchildren to explore five spots you can add to your list for family fun.

The BeadWorks
52 North Queen Street | 717.490.6551 |

Create something you can take home and save the memories at The BeadWorks. Their colorful collection of beads and materials offers endless options for everyone to create their own jewelry masterpieces.

Demuth Museum
120 East King Street | 717.299.9940 |

There’s beauty to be seen inside and out at the Demuth Museum. Their rotating exhibits can be a wonderful introduction to art for growing kids, and their outdoor garden will enchant the whole family.

301 North Queen Street | 717.621.2920 |

Introduce the sweets-lovers in your family to treats from across the pond at Sweetish. Their recently expanded storefront is stocked full, and the pick-n-mix wall will make everyone’s eyes widen with delight

The Ware Center – Millersville University
42 North Prince Street | 717.871.7018 |

From concerts to theatrical performances to art exhibits, the Ware Center’s programming upholds its mission to foster creativity, learning, and understanding. Gather the family and find something that piques your interest or try something new.

Escape. On Queen
43-45 North Queen Street | 717.435.8049 |

It’s a race against the clock at Escape. On Queen, and their adventure-inspired rooms will have the whole family working together to follow the clues, solve the puzzles, and escape in the nick of time. (The minimum age to play is six years old.)

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