Sight & Sound Theater presents their all new and original show, Jonah. This show is for only one season, you will not want to miss this experience, and this is an experience you will remember. The huge sets surround you on three sides, overhead and with live animals even coming down the aisles. These "masters of the theater" have created astounding sets that will thrill you from the moment you enter the theater.
The Rainbow Dinner Theater is now performing through October 29, 2011, John Loves Mary. Set in 1945 at the end of the war, John marries his best friends English girl friend. She can then enter the USA and then get a quickie divorce to marry his best buddy. Of course John is planning on marrying his girl friend Mary.
As Charlie Chaplin once said, “Anyone can make them cry. It takes a genius to make them laugh.” At the Rainbow Dinner Theatre, located in nearby Paradise, the performances are all Broadway-style comedies. What they do best at the Rainbow is make you laugh.
The price of your ticket includes an all-you-can-eat buffet with four main entrees, a variety of sides and a selection of cakes and pies. The menu varies depending upon the fancy of the chef and time of year.
The first show of 2015 is “Squabbles” about two live-in in-laws and a baby on the way. You’ll be laughing from start to finish. Matinee and evening performances are available from January 23 to March 21 (Wednesday through Sunday). Visit the Rainbow Dinner Theatre website for times and what’s on...
You haven’t experienced Lancaster County until you’ve been to an Amish Mud Sale where the Amish and the English come together at the auction block. Fire companies located in Amish communities host a Mud Sale as their annual fundraiser. Held on weekends from late February to early April, you’ll need to wear your boots as the ground is often in a thawing condition.
Some Mud Sales draw as many as 20,000 people and you’ll find everything on the auction block up for bid i.e., furniture, hand-stitched Amish quilts, locally made crafts, livestock, buggies, antiques, farming supplies, house wares, produce and more. As many as five or six auctions are happening at the same time.
A Mud Sale has the feel of a community fair and would not be complete without hearty farm...
The American Music Theatre (AMT) recently announced nine new concerts coming this year. AMT is a one-of-a-kind theatre offering original shows, live performances from Broadway shows to famous comedians, and concerts.
Conveniently located to After Eight Bed & Breakfast (three miles down the road), this spectacular line up of top artists at AMT for 2015 surely has one of your favorites. Coming on stage is:
Pat Benatar on April 26. Tickets on sale now. Listen to the classic hits of the 80s from four-time Grammy winner and best-selling female rock star.
Kenny Rogers on July 16. Tickets on sale 2/14/15. You know you want to hear “The Gambler” and “Lucille.”
Trace Adkins on August 7. Tickets on sale 2/14/15. Treat yourself to a mix of country charm with classic...
A National Historic Landmark with ornate Victorian architecture, The Fulton Theatre opened its doors in 1852 and is considered to be the nation’s oldest continuously operating theatre. It was named after Robert Fulton, Lancaster County’s steam engine pioneer. Touted as Central Pennsylvania’s premier theatre, a number of top stars have performed on its stage including: Louis Armstrong, W.C. Fields, Lionel Barrymore, Mark Twain and more. Each year a variety of musicals, comedies and drama’s are performed. Coming to the stage this spring/summer is:
The Producers: March 10 – April 4
The Full Monty: April 21 – May 17
The Wizard of Oz: June 2 – July 12
The 1st Wednesday of each production is “Fig Preview Night.” Fig is a...
Joseph returns to Lancaster County for one season only at Sight & Sound Theatre – where the Bible comes to life! An original live production, the inspiring story of Joseph unfolds with lavish Egyptian staging, live animals, colorful characters and memorable songs. You will be inspired and uplifted with God’s life-changing messages of forgiveness. Witness Joseph flying high above in his colorful coat and live animals on the stage and aisles. This timeless Bible story of truth, forgiveness and integrity has inspired generations of men and women. The show starts May 22 through October 17, 2015.
Sight & Sound Theatre is located three miles from After Eight Bed & Breakfast and its name was inspired by the teaching of Jesus in Matthew 13:10-23. ...
Find the best Pennsylvania Dutch Country has to offer in a village of over 40 specialty shops including the world famous canning kitchen. You’ll find locally made quilts, handcrafted pottery, bake goods, Brighton collectibles, oil paintings and more. Many of the shopkeepers can be found making their items. The number of locally made items is limitless.
In the Canning Kitchen, watch how jams and jellies are made right before your eyes. Sample a variety of freshly made relishes such as chow chow, hot pepper relish, corn salsa, bacon flavored pickles, apple and pumpkin butter and a variety of jams, jellies and preserves. At the bakeshop, you’ll find the infamous wet bottom Shoo-Fly pie, a Pennsylvania Dutch specialty. Take home a dozen of Whoopie pies – two...
Lancaster is home to the Lancaster Barnstormers who play in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball’s Freedom Division. Games are played at the Clipper Magazine Stadium. It is a state-of-the-art stadium that offers an affordable and fun outing with friends and family. With its “up close” seats, you’ll feel a part of the game and best of all the parking is free.
First pitch of the season is April 30, 2015 at 7:00pm. The last home game is September 20, 2015 at 1:00pm. Spring training games will be held on April 17 and 18 at 1:00pm and April 21 at 2:00pm. Games are free to attend.
Throughout the season enjoy a variety of unique promotions and giveaways. Opening Day kicks of with fireworks, T-shirt giveaway for the first 1,000 fans and a special appearance by...
May 9 is National Train Day. Learn about Pennsylvania’s Railroad history at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Participate in a variety of activities from tours of the Museum’s locomotives and railroad cars to fun facts about trains.
Located along Route 741 across from the Strasburg Railroad, the 100,000 square feet Museum houses one of the most significant collections of historic railroad artifacts in the world. You’ll have the opportunity to see over 100 locomotives and train cars along with a large outdoor restoration yard. Many of the locomotives are from the 19th and 20th century that have been restored to original appearance. A variety of educational and special programs are offered in the Railway Education Center.
No visit would be complete, without a stop at...