Millersville in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Theaters. Discover best things to do in Millersville with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Millersville
5 based on 537 reviews
Central Pennsylvania’s nationally regarded premier regional theatre, producing Broadway caliber musicals, comedies and dramas, employing professionals from New York City, the local community, and nationwide, experienced within a beautifully restored 165 year old national historic landmark of ornate Victorian architecture, walking distance from Lancaster’s historic attractions and one block from the Lancaster County Convention Center. MAINSTAGE: Guys and Dolls 03/06/18-03/31/18; Million Dollar Quartet 04/17/18-05/20/18; Hunchback of Notre Dame 06/15/18-07/22/18; GROFF STUDIO SERIES–99-seat Black Box–Intimate, Experiential: Blackbird 04/03/18–004/22/18; Red 05/08/18-05/27/18; FAMILY SERIES (Theatre for Young Audiences) one-hour performances at 11AM Saturday mornings: The Emperor's New Clothes 04/28/18-05/19/18; Aladdin 06/16/18-07/21/18
We thoroughly enjoyed this historical and energetic musical set within an Irish Pub named McCourts. The 6 performers had marvelous voices and you could tell they enjoyed what they were doing. I highly recommend seeing this tribute to the Irish.So glad you enjoyed it. Thank you so much for taking the time to let us know how we are doing. We hope to have you with us again soon. Visit thefulton.org for all the latest info.
5 based on 3 reviews
Perfect for family, friends, and co-workers. We offer escape experiences that are clever, charming, and detailed. Our custom made puzzles are one-of-a-kind with just the right amount of difficulty. Convenient location, easy online booking, private parking lot. Make it a night on the town by visiting one of several restaurants located within walking distance. We offer public escape room games, private parties, corporate events, and team- building sessions for groups small and large. For groups larger than six, please email us.
Excellent experience and tons of family bonding fun.
Husband, boys (ages 11, 14) & I enjoyed our journey of mysterious mind challenging fun at the Black Key.
From the friendly welcome on entry through the adventurous challenge Brandon and Brendon provided top notch service and superb customer care.
Well thought out plot, terrific props & excellent challenges.
We were apprehensive as we were traveling from upstate NY and had never heard of an escape room experience.
The Black Key atmosphere was perfect. Facilities were spotless and staff friendly, funny and professional.
4 based on 73 reviews
Some friends and I came to Lancaster just for Field of Screams, and it was well worth it. For $33 you can get a pass for all four haunted attractions and it is well worth it. The four attractions are the Hayride, 2 haunted houses, and a haunted forest. The Hayride is by far the least scary/best for children if you are bringing them. The other 3 can be quite intense, especially because you are walking rather than sitting.
I recommend getting there right at sun down, or a little before. the parking is free, but fills up quickly and the lines can get really long. But the atmosphere is really cool and there are lots of things to do in between haunted attractions.
4.5 based on 724 reviews
I "collect" visits to central markets around the world. Lancaster's is small in comparison to some, but delivers all the sights, smells, and experiences that one wants. About half of the stalls are true agricultural market stalls featuring produce and meats. All were fresh-looking and full of beautiful produce. About a fourth of the stalls were prepared foods where one could gather the components of a meal. Old Amish and central Pennsylvania dishes were prominent among these, such as pickled beet eggs, mac salad, and broccoli salad. And the final fourth of the stalls were "other" things such as dog biscuits, candles, and souvenirs. There were a couple small tables for eating one's purchases, but no real dining area. Prices were very reasonable. One could find gifts here to take back home, such as cheeses, sausages, and non-edibles. The market is located in the middle of a block, tucked behind the Lancaster City Visitors Center, just cater-corner from the front door of the Marriott at Penn Square. Don't mistake it for the building labeled "Southern Farmers' Market" a block away which is an office.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Our dogs love this place! Wide open areas to run with a creek running through the middle for swimming. The only thing that scares me is there needs to be a more secure fencing around the park to prevent any dogs from escaping. They don't seem to notice that it's open, but I'm always on edge.
4.5 based on 382 reviews
Costumed guides conduct tours of the historic mansion of the 15th President of the United States, James Buchanan.
Not just an historic house tour, but an interactive experience, this was one of the most interesting tours of the many that I have been on. A special presentation during the month of December has the house beautifully decorated for Christmas including a gorgeous tall...MoreThank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your Yuletide visit with us.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
We stopped here not knowing if it would be worth it. We are Christians and thought it would just be a tourist stop. We were wrong. It was extremely well done the the tour lady was extremely knowledgeable and pleasant. The also have a wonderful gift shop with gifts from many countries. We did a lot of Christmas shopping while there. We were REALLY glad we stopped
4.5 based on 219 reviews
Tax dollars at work. This place is great for the entire family. Of course Baseball but many other happenings here. Well run , lots of specials and easy to get around. Parking will require a long walk but its free.
4.5 based on 253 reviews
A place to come to learn about the Mennonites and Amish of Lancaster County through literature, videos, guided tours, and conversation with a knowledgeable staff person. Also we have a full-scale model of the Biblical Tabernacle on our grounds.
A interesting museum with an unusual film explaining who are the amish. On the main road out of Lancaster.
5 based on 81 reviews
Make the Visitors Center your first stop in Lancaster County, where you'll find informative brochures and maps, expert advice, and coupons. Our friendly travel consultants are happy to help you by suggesting restaurants, finding last-minute lodging or discovering those special out-of-the-way places.
You never know what you may find when you stop at the tourist center for your hometown. We found out it was Restaurant Week, which we took advantage of. We also picked up a list of maps for walking trails in the county. It was worth the stop.
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