Lancaster History Tour: Immersive Breakfast Experience
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Lancaster
Immerse yourself in Lancaster's rich history while savoring delicious foods on this unique walking tour. Discover fascinating facts and indulge in a breakfast feast!
Duration: 2 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
Highlights
  • Lancaster - We will visit various Historic Markets, Cathedrals, landmarks, and moments. guest will receive either coffee or tea of choice. You will also learn about the historic market
  • Lancaster - Stops vary by day of the week.
  • Demuth Museum - (depending on weather) Guest will enjoy their breakfast in the secret Demuth Museum Garden. You will receive historic information about the demuth family and see the nation’s oldest Tabacco shop.
  • Lancaster - stops vary by day of the week. Each tour includes fruit, a savory breakfast wrap, pasteries, coffee or tea, water and From here you will also learn about 18th century architecture.
  • Lancaster Central Market - The tour will end at the historic Central Market. In addition to the historic background of Lancaster as a Market City dating back to 1730.
  • Lancaster - Stops also include Steinman Park and the nations oldest hardware store.
  • Lancaster - Stops also include the oldest standing church in Lancaster
  • Lancaster - Also inlcudes a stop to murals relating to the Lancaster’s contribution to the underground railroad.
What's Included
  • Breakfast included
  • Personal photo session by guide (optional)
  • Guided historical walking tour
What's Not Included
  • we discourage alcohol to keep this tour family friendly
  • umbrella
Additional Information

Join us in Lancaster for the only all-year history walk in the city. This isn’t your typical historical expedition; we’ll take you on a journey through Lancaster’s rich past, spanning from the 1700s up to the late 1970s. Along the way, you’ll get to sample a range of delicious treats that are sure to delight your palate.

Over two exciting hours, you’ll be guided through one of the oldest U.S cities by a well-informed guide from Unique Lancaster Experiences. They’ll unravel Lancaster’s legacy as a Market City while you sip on your choice of hot/iced coffee or tea—a perfect way to start the tour.

Be a part of engaging discussions about the shift from tramways to cars post World War III, and enrich your knowledge about Lancaster’s establishment, prohibition era, and architecture.

During the tour, you’ll make five pit stops to relish an assortment of breakfast wraps, fresh fruits, irresistible pastries, and more. We are able to cater to vegetarians, but unfortunately, we can’t provide vegan or gluten-free options. You can either book a private group tour or join an existing public one.

Location
Southern Market Lancaster
South Queen Street
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

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Audreym67
Dec 16, 2023
A Can’t Miss Experience for Foodies and History Buffs - This tour was great! Kendra is an excellent guide and well versed in the history of the area. The”breakfast” stop cuisine was amazing: a delicious sampling of the wonderful food establishments the city of Lancaster has to offer. I highly recommend this tour to anyone who enjoys the combination of food and history. It’s a “can’t miss” experience!
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569brianaa
Jul 28, 2023
If you love breakfast foods and learning about history, this tour is for you! - The time of this tour was perfect because it wasn’t too hot to explore Lancaster. I do recommend staying hydrated during this tour and if you could, bring your own water bottle. However, Kendra will provide you with one if you forget! My favorite part was stopping by the olive oil and vinegar taproom, where we tried fruit infused with watermelon rose vinegar. It was delicious! I loved tasting and pairing the different kinds of vinegar and fruits together, it was like the flavors and my tastebuds were in harmony. It’s also a great idea to spice up your fruit! As we were touring Kendra was terrific at explaining the history behind the architecture and historical events that took place in Lancaster. The most interesting was Lancaster during the prohibition era when alcohol was banned, it was compelling to learn about. Also, I really loved going into Demuth’s garden because it was beautiful and relatively peaceful. Overall, the food was delicious and I was satisfied. What I love about these tours is that they are great for both locals and tourists! It’s great if you want to experience Lancaster in a unique way and be immersed in Lancaster’s history. Highly recommend!
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