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Published on: 24 Aug 2017 by sublimeattractions
Taking care of yourself is important. For some, this means a cup of coffee alone, for others a night out. An excellent way to relax and take care of yourself is to step outside of your comfort zone and see more of the life. Move away from the stress. One great region to let go of your burden is the beautiful Lancaster county in Central Pennsylvania.
If you do not have the money to travel, there is no need to worry. There are plenty of cheap to free activities to take part in and places to visit in Lancaster County.
Visiting Amish Country, to those living in modern society, is like stepping back in time. The Amish make their clothes, growing their food, and do not use electricity. There are quilt and furniture shops to browse, buggy rides, school house tours, stands with local goods, and other markets to explore.
Like Amish Country, Central Market can simply be an afternoon away from life and work to enjoy life. This market has existed for a few hundred years and still, stands as one of the United States’ largest farmer’s markets. Taste the local area or simply take in the simplicity of the Midwest scenery.
Lancaster County’s Historical Society
If you are interested in history or simply want to know more about where you’re from, pop into Lancaster County’s Historical Society. It includes a group of historians that would love to share the rich heritage of the area with visitors. This Historical Society also has a library that houses books and artifacts that serve as excellent preservation tools for the past.
Lancaster Ghost Tour
Looking for a scare or trying to make contact with the afterlife? You may find what you are looking for during an evening walking tour of Lancaster. These walking tours are just the beginning, however, as the Lancaster region has over 300 years of spooky history just waiting to be witnessed by the living.
Fortunately for those of us who need a day out and simply do not have the funds to travel, there are free things to do in Lancaster County. You can visit gorgeous local parks such as Long’s Park, or simply pay a small fee for a night out at the local movie theatre or bowl at the Leisure Lanes of Lancaster. It does not have to hurt your wallet – you simply have to look.