10 Sights in Lancaster County, United States (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Lancaster County, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Lancaster County, United States.

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1. West Farmersville Road

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West Farmersville Road

The Bridge in West Earl Township, as it is designated on the National Register of Historic Places, is also known by its historic name, Big Conestoga Creek Bridge No. 12. It carries Farmersville Road across the Conestoga River at Brownstown, West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. The bridge is notable for its form, a three-span, continuous, arched concrete girder that does not touch the abutments. Designer Frank H. Shaw was a consulting engineer to Lancaster County when the bridge was constructed in 1917, but appointed county engineer that same year. The bridge was replaced with a new three-span structure in 2019. It is now known as the Sergeant Melvin R. Wink Memorial Bridge.

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2. Red Run Covered Bridge

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Red Run Covered Bridge Photo by and (c)2006 Derek Ramsey (Ram-Man) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Red Run Covered Bridge or Oberhaltzer's Covered Bridge is a covered bridge that once spanned the Muddy Creek in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. It was built in 1866 by Elias McMellen and is currently situated on private property next to the Red Run Campground. It is 107 feet long with a width of 15 feet and is also known as the Oberholzer's Covered Bridge.

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3. Bucher's Mill Covered Bridge

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Bucher's Mill Covered Bridge Photo by and (c)2006 Derek Ramsey (Ram-Man) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Bucher's Mill Covered Bridge or Butcher's Mill Covered Bridge is a covered bridge that spans Cocalico Creek in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. After the Landis Mill Covered Bridge, it is the second shortest covered bridge in the county. A county-owned and maintained bridge, its official designation is the Cocalico #2 Bridge.

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4. Pinetown Bushong's Mill Covered Bridge

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Pinetown Bushong's Mill Covered Bridge Photo by and (c)2006 Derek Ramsey (Ram-Man) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Pinetown Bushong's Mill Covered Bridge is a covered bridge that spans the Conestoga River in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. A county-owned and maintained bridge, its official designation is the Big Conestoga #6 Bridge. The bridge is also known as Pinetown Covered Bridge, Nolte's Point Mill Bridge and Bushong's Mill Bridge.

Wikipedia: Pinetown Bushong's Mill Covered Bridge (EN)

5. Colemanville Covered Bridge

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Colemanville Covered Bridge Photo by and (c)2006 Derek Ramsey (Ram-Man) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Colemanville Covered Bridge is a covered bridge that spans Pequea Creek in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. After Hunsecker's Mill Covered Bridge, it is Lancaster County's second-longest single-span covered bridge still being used. It is also referred to as the Martic Forge Covered Bridge and Pequea #12 Bridge.

Wikipedia: Colemanville Covered Bridge (EN)

6. Leaman's Place Covered Bridge

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Leaman's Place Covered Bridge Photo by and (c)2007 Derek Ramsey (Ram-Man) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Leaman's Place Covered Bridge is a covered bridge that spans Pequea Creek in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. A county-owned and maintained bridge, its official designation is the Pequea #4 Bridge. The bridge is also known as Eshelman's Mill Covered Bridge and Paradise Bridge.

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7. Linden House

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Linden House

Linden House is a historic home located at Marietta, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1813–1814, and is a three-story, five bay, "L"-shaped brick dwelling in the Federal style. In the 1840s, the house was occupied by a boys' boarding school.

Wikipedia: Linden House (Marietta, Pennsylvania) (EN)

8. Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

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The Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire is a Renaissance fair occurring over 13 weekends from early-August through late-October on the grounds of the Mount Hope Estate and Winery in Manheim, Pennsylvania. In 1980, the Estate was sold and converted to a winery.

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9. Lime Valley Covered Bridge

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Lime Valley Covered Bridge Photo by and (c)2006 Derek Ramsey (Ram-Man) / CC BY-SA 2.5

The Lime Valley Covered Bridge or Strasburg Bridge is a covered bridge that spans Pequea Creek in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. A county-owned and maintained bridge, its official designation is the Pequea #8 Bridge.

Wikipedia: Lime Valley Covered Bridge (EN)

10. Joseph Bucher House

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Joseph Bucher House is a historic home located at Marietta, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It was built between about 1806 and 1811, and is a 2+1⁄2-story, three bay brick dwelling. It has a "side hall" Georgian plan.

Wikipedia: Joseph Bucher House (EN)

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