Attractions you’ll be talking about long after your visit. When you visit Lititz, prepare for a unique and unforgettable experience. Our downtown attractions – and those just beyond our town limits – offer a wide variety of opportunities for fun, fascination and adventure! Lititz’s many attractions will be a favorite part of your visit to America's Coolest Small Town.

There’s something for everyone in Lititz, whether it’s learning how to hand twist a pretzel, watching candy being made, or just strolling down the historic streets and turning your attention to the amazing architecture.

Attractions  - downtown Lititz  
Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery

219 East Main Street
Lititz, PA 17543
717-626-4354
juliussturgis.com

America's first commercial pretzel bakery was founded in Lititz in 1861. Visitors can tour the original pretzel bakery, get hands-on lesson in pretzel twisting, enjoy delicious hand-twisted soft pretzels, and shop for unique treats and souvenirs in the bakery store. Open Monday - Saturday (see website for hours and holiday schedule). Admissions: $3 adults and $2 children.
Lititz Historical Foundation & Museum

137-145 East Main Street
Lititz, PA 17543
717-627-4636
lititzhistoricalfoundation.com

The non-profit Lititz Historical Foundation includes the 1792 Johannes Mueller House and the Lititz Museum, located in the 1793 home of Christian Schropp. Visitors to the museum will see and experience the rich history of Lititz. The garden behind the museum is quite enjoyable. In the carefully restored Mueller House, costumed guides will explain what life was like for an 18th century tradesman and his family. The museum, gift shop, and Mueller House are open Monday–Saturday, 10am to 4pm, Memorial Day through October, and selected days in November and December. Admission to the museum is by donation. There is a charge for the Mueller House tour.
Lititz Springs Park

24-28 North Broad Street
Lititz, PA 17543
717-626-8981
Lititzspringspark.org

Relax in this beautiful seven-acre park, and watch the ducks enjoying the spring-fed Lititz Run that originates in the park. For over two-hundred years, the park has been used by the community for concerts, craft shows, art shows, and antique shows, plus a variety of other events including a grand 4th of July Celebration that has delighted visitors since 1818. While in the park, stop by the Lititz Welcome Center/Train Station.
Lititz Welcome Center/Train Station

Lititz Springs Park
24-28 North Broad Street
Lititz, PA 17543
717-626-8981
Lititzspringspark.org

The Welcome Center is located in the authentic reconstructed 1884 Lititz Passenger Depot and Express Station. Stop by and learn more about all there is to see and do in Lititz. And check out the nearby Lititz Caboose Museum. Open Monday - Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm, and until 8 pm on Second Fridays.
Saturday Farmers Market

9 North Water Street
Lititz, PA 17543
(717) 626-6332
lititzfarmersmarket.com‎

The market features a full variety of locally produced products sold by the farmers in a festive setting. Live music, children's activities, chef demonstrations and a community interest table make the Market a family friendly way to spend a Saturday morning. The farmers bring fresh vegetables, fruits, baked goods, dairy, meats, eggs, jellies, flowers, plants and much more. Market is open on Saturdays, Mid-May through Mid-October, 8 am until noon.
Wilbur Chocolate Museum & Factory Store

48 North Broad Street
Lititz, PA 17543
717-626-3249
wilburbuds.com

Lititz is the home of Wilbur Chocolate. The five-story chocolate factory was built in 1913. Visitors can enjoy the Candy Americana Museum and Store. The museum features antique memorabilia used in the making and sale of chocolate. A video tells the history of chocolate. In the modern kitchen you’ll see handmade chocolates being created. The old-fashioned candy store will delight you with a wide selection of treats, and don’t miss the free Wilbur Bud samples. Open Monday- Saturday, 10am to 5pm. Self-Guided Tour.
Attractions - beyond downtown Lititz
Elizabeth Farm
Gift of Lights Holiday Display

262 Hopeland Road
Lititz, PA 17543
717-626-8733
elizabethfarms.com

Start a new family tradition this Christmas season. Enjoy an over-one-mile drive thru holiday- light displays. Located on the area’s largest Christmas tree farm, you will also be treated to horse- drawn wagons, Santa’s workshop, festive holiday displays, and hot refreshments. Don’t miss the gift shop and the model train room. Open mid November through December, Sun-Thu 5pm-9pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-10pm. There is an admission charge.

High Sports

727 Furnace Hills Pike (rt 501)
Lititz, PA. 17543
717-626-8318
highsports.com

Just one-mile north downtown Lititz is a place that provides great sports enjoyment for the entire family. It’s all here -- miniature golf, go-kart driving, batting cages, and a driving range. Enjoy the snack bar, and while you’re thinking about it, get your car washed before leaving.
Penn Cinema

571 Airport Road
Lititz, PA 17543
717-626-7720
penncinema.com

Penn Cinema and IMAX shows the latest and greatest movies in an attractive and comfortable environment. The modern multiplex theatre is located south of downtown Lititz on Rt. 501.
Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania

465 Speedwell Forge Road
Lititz, PA 17543
717-626-4617
wolfsanctuarypa.org

On 20 plus acres of natural woodland, the Darlington Family provides refuge to forty Pennsylvania wolves and hybrid wolves without a place in the natural world. It has been over a hundred years since the last wild Wolf was known to exist in Pennsylvania. In addition to providing food, shelter, and veterinary care, the Sanctuary has grown into an educational facility. Guided one-hour private and group walking tours amongst the wolves are available. No reservation is needed for the Saturday and Sunday public tours. Please check our website for tour times, fees and information about the Full Moon Tour.

 

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