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Lebanon County

Lebanon County offers a variety of things to see and do, including visiting historical sites, enjoying theatrical productions, and experiencing the great outdoors in state and local parks.

As the gateway to the Pennsylvania Dutch Region from major roadways like Interstates 78 and 81, Lebanon County is a mix of small towns and rolling hills of farms and forests.

The city of Lebanon is the county seat.

Other towns include: Annville, Cleona, Cornwall, Fort Indiantown Gap, Jonestown, Mount Gretna, Myerstown, Palmyra, and Richland.

Major roadways running in or through Lebanon County include Interstates 76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike), 78, and 81; US Routes 22, 322, and 422; PA Routes 72, 117, 241, 341, 343, 419, 443, 501, 897, and 934.

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Music at Gretna
Mount Gretna, PA

Museums & Historic Sites

Historic Shaefferstown Inc.
Shaefferstown, PA
Stoy Museum, The
Lebanon, PA


Swatara State Park
Lickdale, PA



Gretna Theater
Mount Gretna, PA
Timbers Dinner Theatre
Mount Gretna, PA

Remember, check with your destination directly before heading out
to make sure it is open or operating when you plan to visit.