America will come together on July 4 to celebrate our nation's 241st birthday. After gorging ourselves on hamburgers, hot dogs and potato salad, grab your family and friends and head to a nearby Baltimore spot to celebrate the holiday in true red-white-and-blue Maryland style.
When people who live outside of "Lancaster County" hear that name, the first thing they think about is probably the amazing handicrafts and produce of the Amish. However, there's much more to Lancaster--in fact, several of its local cities have been named to WalletHub's list of the Best Places for Families to Live in Pennsylvania.
Lancaster County is dotted with picturesque small towns that offer a glimpse into the earliest past of the United States. Each town has its own story, and the best way to see it all is by visiting for yourself. Our team at BHHS Homesale Realty is available to give interested buyers a tour of both historic and modern homes.
Let's look at these top destinations in Lancaster County:
If you grew up in the United States, you're probably familiar with the history of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Homes in Gettysburg share their zip codes with scenes straight of our history textbooks, from the spot of the Civil War's most famous battle to the site of President Lincoln's most famous address. But as you consider different towns and neighborhoods in Pennsylvania, make sure you know what modern Gettysburg is really like.
When families move to Gettysburg, they find out firsthand that our historic town actually has some surprises up its sleeves. Here are four things you might not know about life in Gettysburg: