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Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre
The Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the largest Christian live theatre in the United States, and one of the most popular live theatres in the Eastern US. It is owned and operated by Sight & Sound Theatres, based in the Millennium Theatre facility.
A cast of 40-50 professional actors present dramas of biblical stories to about 800,000 patrons each year. Live animals and special effects are featured in marketing for the theatre.
The facility has a 300-foot (91 m)-long wrap-around stage and seats 2,069.
The Fulton Theatre
The Fulton Opera House, also known as the Fulton Theatre or simply The Fulton, is a League of Regional Theatres class C regional theater located in historic downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Fulton Hall, named after Robert Fulton (1765-1815), Lancaster County's steam engine pioneer, and it is his likeness that is portrayed in the statue on the front facade. This statue, however, is a replica of the original wooden statue which has since been restored and now resides on display inside the interior lobby. The building itself was built on the foundation of Lancaster's pre-Revolutionary jail. In 1763, a vigilante gang known as the Paxtang Boys massacred the Conestoga Indians being held there for their protection.
American Music Theatre
American Music Theatre is the only theatre of its kind in the country that features both touring concerts and Original Shows. There are 1,600-seat theatre hosts more than 300 live performances a year –– from Broadway tours to rock legends to famous comedians to today’s hottest acts. Since our debut in 1997, They ha’ve welcomed Grammy winners, CMA winners, Tony winners, and even Oscar winners to our stage. They have also featured some of the most talented musicians, vocalists, and dancers in the nation in our own Original Shows.
No other theatre in the region offers a wider variety of performances, year in and year out. You take the opportunity to catch a show in the comfort of one of the most premier venues on the East Coast for live entertainment.
Dutch Wonderland is a 48-acre (19 ha) amusement park just east of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, appealing primarily to families with small children. The park's theme is a "Kingdom for Kids." The entrance to the park has a stone imitation castle façade, which was built by Earl Clark, a potato farmer, before he opened the park in 1963.
The Clark family sold Dutch Wonderland in 2001 to Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company. They also operate Wonderland Mini-Golf, and Old Mill Stream Campground at the same location and the Gift Shop at Kitchen Kettle Village, in nearby Intercourse, Pennsylvania.
Hole in The Wall Puppet Theatre
The Hole in the Wall Puppet Theatre is one of the few marionette theatres in America, located in Historic Downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania.Robert Brock, the founder and artistic director of Hole in the Wall Puppet Theatre, keeps this unique art form alive and well.
St Leo the Great Catholic Church
The Church of St. Leo the Great was born of Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Lancaster. In January 1963, the Diocese of Harrisburg purchased property from the Rohrerstown estates of John B. Seitz and Ada H. Aungst, to be used as the site for the new parish.
On February 4, 1964, the Most Rev. George L. Leech, Bishop of Harrisburg, announced that the new parish would be canonically established on February 22 and its patron would be St. Leo the Great. The Rev. Edward J. Deller, assistant rector at St. Patrick Cathedral in Harrisburg, was appointed parish administrator. (Father Deller was appointed pastor in 1967.)
Lancaster County's Historical Society
LancasterHistory.org is a community-based, not-for-profit organization established to educate the public on the history of Lancaster County and its place in the history of Pennsylvania and the United States, to advance the missions of regional historical organizations, and to promote the acquisition, preservation, and interpretation of resources representing the history of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania within the broader context of state and national history, including the life and legacy of America's fifteenth president, James Buchanan, and to preserve and maintain Wheatland, his home.