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An interactive hands-on science and technology center, The Lancaster Science Factory is popular with families. The center educated visitors on mechanics and motion, electricity, light and vision, fluid dynamics and more.
River Park is a small four acre riverside park. Those interested in water activities may appreciate the floating docks and canoe and kayak parking. The park also maintains a picnic pavilion, charcoal grills, and public restrooms.
One of the few resident puppet theatre companies in America, the Hole in The Wall Puppet Theatre offers a unique entertainment experience. The theatre presents like puppet shows that are wholesome and enchanting for the whole family.
Lancaster Brewing Company is a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike. The brewery operates by the law that only pure ingredients such as hops, yeast, water and malt be used to create the beers and offers a full lunch and dinner menu along with their beet selections.
Since 1852, the Fulton Theatre has brought performances to Lancaster. The theatre has several special nights including Asides lecture series, Pay-What-You-Want Performances, Thirsty for History Performances, Wine and Theatre Night Performances, and Teen Lounge Performances.
The history of Central Market dates back to 1730 when Andrew and James Hamilton laid out the original town. The market moved to its present location in 1757, and the building was constructed in 1889, and still serves as one of the country's largest farmer's markets.
The American modernist painter Charles Demuth is the focus of the Demuth Museum. The museum collection is currently housed in the original home of Demuth on King Street, which serve as a historic site for the painter as well as a place that holds is artwork.