Don't miss the last African-American Heritage Walking Tour of 2016! Learn about Lancaster's abolitionists, Underground Railroad agents, religious leaders, and entrepreneurs as you visit 12 historical sites and properties with African-American heritage. Visit sites such as: black businesses on Penn Square; site of Elite Hotel; Thaddeus Stevens & Lydia Hamilton Smith Historic Site; Trinity Lutheran Church; Lancaster County Courthouse; Hamilton Club; Saint James Episcopal Church; site of the Lancaster Train Station; Shreiner Concord Cemetery; Fulton Hall/Old Jail; and Central Market.
Two tours will be offered at 11:00am and 2:00pm. Tours depart from the Lancaster City Visitor Center at 38 Penn Square, Lancaster. Tours are safe & easy and take 60-90 minutes (comfortable walking shoes recommended). Tickets can be purchased in advance from the City of Lancaster Office of Promotion or as a walk-in, day of at the Lancaster City Visitor Center.
For more information, please call 717-291-4758.
Parking available for a fee at local, downtown garages.