Find Your Belsnickle Christmas Tour
Find Your Belsnickle Christmas Tour of Lancaster County Inns
Our B&B Association is offering a tour of over 20 romantic Inns that will be decorated for the Christmas Season. Proceeds will benefit the Make A Wish Foundation.
Friday, Dec. 4 from 2-8pm and Saturday, Dec. 5 from 1-6pm, 2013. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
Each tour attendee will receive a ticket asking them to watch out for the Belsnickle. Attendees will have an opportunity to discover at least 5 Belsnickles to be entered into a drawing valued at $325.00.
Selected local businesses that have partnered with our
Association will be include in the tour and may offer holiday specials and/or treats.
Included in the ticket price along with the opportunity to visit over 20 decorated inns is a voucher to the National Christmas Center, a one of a kind find that explains the history of Christmas. Discover world wide traditions, antique Santas, a recreated F.W. Woolworths store, a walk through nativity and many other surprises.
Book a room now for a weekend of holiday celebration!
2015 Mud Sales
Need a reason to come to Lancaster County in March and April. Check out the schedule of Mud Sales, the annual auctions and sales at many of the local firehouses. You can buy everything from Amish quilts to buggies, antiques to tools.
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre
Located just two miles from the B&B. You can enjoy a wonderful dinner and show.
Rainbow's Comedy Playhouse
Route 30 East, Box 56, Paradise, PA 17562 (717-299-4300 1-800-292-4301)
Sight and Sound Theatre
Rt. 896, Strasburg, PA 17579, (800) 377-1277
American Music Theatre
Wonderful talent, original music shows and concerts.
Central Pennsylvania's premier regional theatre & National Historic Landmark combines Broadway caliber musicals, comedies and dramas with the grandeur of ornate Victorian architecture.
Bird in Hand Theater
Tucked beneath the Bird in Hand family restaurant, is a quaint theater offering comedy shows. The 2015 show Josiah for President opening in April, is about the possibility of an Amish man as President.