A carefully guarded recipe since 1902, Seltzer’s is the home of the famous ORIGINAL Lebanon Bologna and has its roots right here in Lebanon County! There is so much history to be explored and enjoyed here, as well as many newer, popular landmarks to visit. Love the outdoors? You can visit the Union Canal Tunnel Park (110 acres of open recreational space), splash and swim at Mt. Gretna Lake, watch local wildlife at Middle Creek Wildlife, or take a hike up to the peak of Governor Dick (a 1,105 acre tract of untouched woodlands). Prefer the arts and theater? Take in a show at Mt. Gretna Playhouse, meet the queen at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, catch a movie at the Allen Theater, or join us every first Friday for the downtown Art Walk to enjoy work done by local artists. History buffs will love touring Cornwall Iron Furnace, the Stoy Museum and Ft. Indiantown Gap facility and cemetery, just a few among many wonderful attractions. Light’s Fort, the oldest home in Lebanon (circa 1742), is also available to tour. Tradition and legend has it that there were tunnels under the house and it was used as a worship meeting place for the Mennonites in the area. It is also believed to have housed 60 families during the French and Indian War raids.
Lebanon, PA is a great place to live, work and to be involved! Many of our Lebanon real estate agents are local residents and love being part of this community. Lebanon’s demographics may have changed over the past 200 years, but one fact remains the same—it’s a great place to visit and an even better place to live! Let our agents help you realize your real estate dream. Visit or contact our Lebanon office today!