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Landis Valley Museum, Lancaster

(4.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Landis Valley Museum is located in Lancaster. Landis Valley Museum is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Lancaster Edition.
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TripAdvisor
  • We had a delightful day exploring the various buildings and exhibits. Learn about the local culture in a fun and relaxed atmosphere! We saw lots more historical guns and historical farm machine than I...  more »
  • This was a fun stop on our tour of Lancaster. We have been to Colonial Williamsburg and other living museums and love them. However, this is NOT on the same scale as Williamsburg but still very enjoya...  more »
  • My family lives close by and we decided to get the family membership this year (very affordable)! I have kids ages 7, 4, and 1 and we were over for the Harvest Days and the Country Christmas Village a...  more »
Google
  • What a great place. The cost makes it sensible for a family to get a year membership if you're going to go more than once per year. They have interesting events throughout the year. The herb and garden faire is not to be missed.
  • Love the Landis Valley Fall Festival that they have every year. Pick pumpkins, explore the museum and participate in many nice family oriented activities.
  • Great place for the family, be sure to check their calendar for fun events. Good for going for a peaceful walk.
  • I fell in love with this place when I first saw it, but I was not in love with the way that we were treated after our wedding. We also received a ceremony fee even though the time, was not different than our rental time and location. They had sent us a feedback letter in the mail as well. I filled it out, and sent it back in September. I have not received any kind of acknowledgement, apology, or explanation since the letter was sent. The place is beautiful, the workers...not so much. *Update: I only now saw that Joyce had the nerve to call me out, and say I was the issue. I have all of my emails saved, as well as several witnesses who can attest to what had happened. She is a rude, nasty person, and I hope she never treats anyone the way she treated me and my husband. I would say a lot worse, but she's not worth another second.
  • Over priced and the staff is lacking in knowledge. The exhibits are pretty lame and the interpreters leave way too early. The tavern guide was downright unfriendly. They bathrooms are poorly maintained. Further, the place is dangerously short on water fountains. Shockingly, the gift shop was well manned... the only place in the entire place that was.