Lititz Historical Foundation

The Lititz Museum, Johannes Mueller House costumed, 45-minute guided tours and the gift shop are open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Saturday, Memorial Day through the last Saturday in October

Brandywine River Museum

Exhibiting American art in a 19th century gristmill, the Brandywine River Museum is internationally known for its unparalleled collection of works by three generations of Wyeths and its outstanding collection of American illustration, still life and landscape painting. Outdoors, wildflower gardens surround the museum in glorious color from spring through autumn
Charles Demuth Museum

Six rotating exhibitions, tours of the restored 1700s home and painting studio of Lancaster’s most famous resident and world-famous artist, Charles Demuth

Landis Valley Museum, a living history village and farm, collects, preserves and interprets the history and material culture of the Pennsylvania German rural community from 1740 to 1940 and enhances understanding of their successful practices, interactions with others, and the impact on the state and nation for citizens of and visitors to the Commonwealth.

Welcome to the Ephrata Cloisters One of America’s earliest religious communities, the Ephrata Cloister was founded in 1732 by German settlers seeking spiritual goals rather than earthly rewards. Gathered in unique European style buildings, the community consisted of celibate Brothers and Sisters, and a married congregation of families

The National Watch and Clock Museum

was officially opened to the public in 1977 with fewer than 1,000 items. Since that time, the collection has increased to over 12,000 items and the museum has undergone several expansion projects. The latest expansion opened in October 1999 and featured an entirely new and redesigned exhibit space, as well as a new two-story addition. Today, the museum is recognized as the largest and most comprehensive horological collection in North America.

Lancaster Arts

To create and ensure sustainability of the arts in the City of Lancaster.

Art Galleries of Lancaster County

Abstract impressionistic painting in oil, acrylic and watercolor.

142 N. Prince St. 717-293-0809

Welcome to Isadore Gallery

Located in historic downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania 228 N. Prince St. 717-299-0127 www.isadore-gallery.comIsadore Gallery, located in Lancaster PA, is a fine art gallery with monthly rotating exhibits from a worldwide array of artists. These ambitious and thought provoking shows display contemporary works by established and emerging artists in mediums which include painting, sculpture, drawing, ceramics, video, printmaking, and photography that are made available for your enjoyment, personal collection or corporate collection. Isadore Gallery also sponsors gallery talks, performances and lectures throughout the year.

Lancaster Galleries

Lancaster’s oldest private art gallery, fine art from the 1800’s to present

34 N. Water St. 717-397-5552

135 Lime St. 717-394-3497

Since 1965, the Lancaster Museum of Art, located in the City of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has been a leading source for culture, and education for people living in, as well as visiting, this region. The Lancaster Museum of Art is recognized as: One of the largest cultural organizations in the region responsible for an extensive collection of works by contemporary regional artist.
52 N. Prince St. 717-509-9790 Pfenninger Gallery was formed by Lancaster, Pennsylvania professional artists Claire Giblin and Ellen Slupe and represents America’s finest living artists. The mission of the Reading Public Museum, a dynamic center of lifelong learning, is to collect, preserve and interpret objects of art, science and civilization in order to educate, enlighten and engage current and future generations.