Visiting from out of town or planning to make a day or weekend of it in the Lebanon Valley?  Visit Lebanon Valley is the welcome center for locals and visitors alike.  We have suggestions for hotels, shopping and antiquing trails, outdoor guides highlighting favorite hiking, biking and kayaking trails, fascinating history trails, and the best tips on local restaurants, breweries and wineries all in the Lebanon Valley.  Check out VisitLebanonValley.com. for a full calendar of events, or stop by 31 South 8th Street in Lebanon, Pa., we are located next to the Lebanon Farmers Market.

Hotels

We recommend the following:

Holiday Inn Express
2205 E Cumberland St. Lebanon, PA 17046
717-273-9800

Hampton Inn Lebanon
1601 E Cumberland St. Lebanon, PA 17042
717-277-7221

Things to Do

Historic Old Annville Days – This year marks the 31st consecutive celebration of Historic Annville, as organized and promoted annually by Friends of Old Annville. This event takes place in the center of Annville’s Historic District on West Main Street. Event takes place from 9-2.

First Friday – June 7th – Sponsored each month by the Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts. Visit the LVCA’s website at www.lebanonartscouncil.org for details or call 273-0033.

Historic Cornwall FurnaceCornwall Furnace is a unique survivor of the early American iron industry. Originally built by Peter Grubb in 1742, the furnace underwent extensive renovations in 1856-57 under its subsequent owners, the Coleman family, and closed in 1883. It is this mid-19th century ironmaking complex which survives today. At Cornwall, furnace, blast equipment, and related buildings still stand as they did over a century ago. Here visitors can explore the rambling Gothic Revival buildings where cannons, stoves, and pig iron were cast, and where men labored day and night to satisfy the furnace’s appetite for charcoal, limestone, and iron ore.