Venture Lititz Visitors Guide
Welcome to Lititz, Pennsylvania
Lititz, Pennsylvania, Lancaster County’s Sweet Spot, is a stunning cultural melting pot of historic country charm and sophisticated urban flair. Founded in 1756 by Count Nicholas von Zinzendorf, whom also had founded the modern day Moravian Church, the town was named after a Bavarian castle known as Litice. The majority of the homes and buildings that stand in the town date back to this era and have been stunningly historically restored, making downtown Lititz a must see for your next daytrip. These buildings now harbor many of Lititz’s unique boutiques, shops and taverns giving way to shopping and dining experiences that prove impossible to forget.
Using our new online interactive map, search the database of tourist destinations throughout the Lititz region. Bursting with culture, Main Street is a short walking distance away from beautiful Lititz Springs Park, where history suggests the area was settled long before European settlers arrived as Native American relics have been found in the glistening waters of the spring. Get your sweet and salty fix by visiting the Wilbur Chocolate Factory and Outlet followed by a trip to the Julius Sturgis Pretzel Factory, only a short walking distance away. You’ll be pleased to discover the Downtown Lititz Farmers’ Market where fresh produce, baked goods, and entertainment bring this town to life each Saturday from late May to mid-October.
Take a look at our interactive Lititz Visitor Guide; discover its exciting history, view the town’s yearly events calendar and learn more information about the various historic sites, shops and organizations. Lititz is home to many intimate country inns and bed and breakfasts, making this the ultimate ‘Sweet Spot’ for your next weekend getaway!
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