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Lititz Things to Do

  • Wolf Sanctuary of PA

    Wolf Sanctuary of PA is a rescue and educational facility for wolves just north of Lancaster. For over 30 years, the facility has provided food, shelter, and care for these beautiful animals, many of whom were seized as illegal pets. We visited while staying with family in the area around the Thanksgiving holiday. If you plan to visit, try to visit...

  • Wolf Sanctuary of PA

    I chose this activity for a wolf-obsessed friend that was visiting from another country. It was a HUGE hit.We went on an extremely cold day, which I don't entirely recommend, but I imagine it had its perks in keeping the crowds down - there were about 50 visitors for our tour time on a Tuesday (over the holiday break). They break you up into 2...

  • Wilbur Chocolate Museum

    Though less famous than its competitior in Hershey, you have probably eaten Wilbur chocolate. While they have a few consumer products, most of their business is derived from processing chocolate in bulk form.They have a small chocolate museum that includes a kitchen where they demonstrate candy making. Admission is free. Try the Wilbur...

  • Yummy Wilbur Buds!

    Oh Wilbur Buds- so yummy, so dreamy!If you are in Lititz, take the time to visit the Wilbur Chocolate Factory. Oh man their little buds are good! Wilbur Buds are their claim to fame and they are yummy drops of milk and dark chocolate. They put Hershey Kisses to shame. When you visit the Wilbur Factory you get to take a fun little tour and watch the...

  • Historic Lititz Springs Park

    The Lititz Springs Park is a large PRIVATELY OWNED Park that is free and open to the public. Take a minute to goto their webpage - it really has an interesting history. A great place to picnic or let the kids run. There are tons of ducks here and duck food machines. Surprisingly the duck poop isnt too bad! Walk the whole way to the back of the park...

  • PARKVIEW HOTEL - A Nice Watering Hole

    This old fashioned bar is a great place to have a cold beer. It even has the original pressed tin ceiling. It no longer offers public rooms and all of its renters are males (supposedly it only has one bathroom upstairs). If your wife or girlfriend has dragged you along to Lititz so she can shop in its many little fancy stores and boutiques, tell...

  • Wilbur Chocolate Factory

    According to the story, this was Hershey's main competitor. Wilbur invented the Wilbur bud which Hersehy copied into the Hershey Kiss. Guess who made all the money and became a huge conglomerate? The chocolate factory has a nice museum and of course, you can buy their yummy chocolate.

  • Wilbur Chocalate...

    Wilbur Chocalate FactorySturgis Pretzel BakeryLinden Hall School for GirlsLititz Springs ParkLititz Moravian ChurchWilbur Chocalate Factory is a very small factory around before Hershey's, on a good day you can smell chocalate for miles in the town.Sturgis is the first pretzel bakery in the United States.Linden Hall is a very old boarding school...

  • Make Your Own Pretzel

    Being the good host that I am, I took some guests to Lititz. They fell in love with the Sturgis Pretzel Bakery building and just had to see the inside. I'm glad they did. It was an interesting little tour that included hands-on pretzel rolling.The building was built in 1784. Eventually, Julius Sturgis, the town baker, became the householder. It was...


Lititz Hotels

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  • Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites...

    101 Crosswinds Drive, Lititz, PA, 17543

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

  • Swiss Woods

    500 Blantz Road, Lititz, Pennsylvania, 17543, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Lititz House Bed and Breakfast

    301 N. Broad St., Lititz, Pennsylvania, 17543, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

Lititz Restaurants

  • Swiss Gold Rush Victim Sutter

    John Sutter was born in Switzerland and in 1834, fleeing creditors in Europe, arrived in New York. In time, he headed west and sailed up the Sacramento River to begin a settlement. By 1848, work was being done on a mill when some gold flakes were spotted in the water. Soon Gold Rush fever struck and Sutter’s land was overrun. Because of his need to...

  • Dining here was a frustrating...

    Dining here was a frustrating experience for a vegetarian. Nothing but horrid chain places like Subway or bars serving meat. There might be some nice restaurants here but we never found them during our several visits.

  • Lancaster County's Best

    Arguably, the best restaurant in Lancaster County. It is also the most expensive restaurant in Lancaster County. If you like appetizers and deserts and drinks with your meal, be prepared to spend about $100 per person. The restaurant has a variety of rooms. The main dining room features a fireplace, which, in winter, adds to the cozy, comfortable...


Lititz Off The Beaten Path

  • cantilever barn

    curiously nobody converts these beached barns into houses or offices. They just sit at the entrance to new suburban cul de sacs.

  • HIDEAWAY BAR - Duck As You Enter!

    Probably the funkiest of several Lititz bars and taverns. This is one place that the rich, famous and often snotty touristy shoppers will never be found! Located just a few blocks from the shopping district this bar is in the basement of a building and is definitely a locals hangout. No food over the winter so eat before you get here but the beer...

  • Watch Airplanes Take Off Over Your Head!

    I spotted a groundskeeper in a van who told me the building was the Swiss watchmakers school. Starting salaries are $50,000. Want to know more? Go here:


Lititz Favorites

  • Brothers House

    The Brothers’ House played a role in the American Revolution. George Washington ordered it used as a military hospital between 1777-78. Some 1,000 soldiers were nursed here, about half of whom died and were buried nearby

  • Brethren house

    For about a hundred years, Moravian church members were the only people permitted to live in the town. A Brothers’ House and Sisters’ House were erected for the unmarried men and women, although they did not live communally. It was not until 1855 that non-Moravians were allowed to own their own houses.

  • hipped gable

    Missionary work was integral to the faith, and preachers were sent from the Moravian community in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. A local resident, John Klein, was moved by hearing Zinzendorf’s preaching and, in the year 1755, Klein transferred his 491-acre farm to the church to establish a Moravian community. The following year the town was founded with...


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