Events In Downtown Lancaster, PA
The Downtown Area frequently has events to showcase the best of what our city has to offer. On the First Friday of each month - Galleries extend hours, street performers put music in the air, and the local chef's showcase their best cuisine.
Get in the LOOP for more information on events such as Music Fridays, Launch Music Festival, Lancaster's Craft Beer Festival, Celebrate Lancaster, and so much more!
Lancaster Arts Hotel is a proud member of The Avenue. This section of town will put you in the immediate walking area of boutique shopping, first class dining, and stylish social hang-outs. Explore the shops at College Row, catch an Indie Film at our neighbor Zoetropolis, or visit the unique, "cake-tique" The House of Clarendon featured on television's Dream Weddings.
Just a few blocks away, be sure to check out this Happening, Historic District! Boasting the most retro, vintage, and antique finds and even modern brand name fashions - you will not be disappointed. Art galleries, sweet treats, and casual cafes are all just around the corner! Don't know what you are looking for? No problem, whatever it is, you are sure to find something at BUiLDiNG CHARACTER, a renovated warehouse featuring over 40 vendors under the same roof! Most locations are open on Sundays!
Stay Downtown and let the Amish come to you! Be sure to visit the Central Market during your stay for the best local, and Amish goods. While you are there visit all the Fine Fashion facilities or take in one of the many Art Museums! Are you an Arts Lover like us? Gallery Row is the place for you.
Find even more information about the Local Attractions here.
THE LANCASTER ARTS HOTEL GALLERY is open daily, and is a popular space for Board Meetings and Cocktail Parties. It is suggested you call the Hotel prior to your visit if you are making a special trip to be sure the Gallery is not occupied at 717.299.3000. The Lancaster Arts Hotel Gallery endeavors to expose the work of established Artists to a broader audience and promote the rich fabric of the Arts in Lancaster County.