Lititz, just nine miles north of Lancaster, PA, sits tucked quietly into the bosom of Mother Earth’s fertile fields and underground limestone rivers. The sound of horses' hooves clatter along the tiny streets, the town’s locals busily sweep their sidewalks. Hands rise in greetings, smiles cross faces as neighbors pass each other on the streets. Mothers and their children feed the fat ducks as they float down the park’s stream. This scenario, played over and over since the early 1700s, still happens every day in Lititz, PA. Lititz, you see, is the hometown everyone wishes were theirs!


The Lititz Museum, Johannes Mueller House with costumed 45-minute guided tours, and the gift shop are open 11 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday-Saturday beginning Memorial Day through the last Saturday in October.


The Lititz Museum and gift shop are open 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. every Friday and Saturday in May, November and December.


The entire facility closes for the season the weekend after Christmas.

Painting by the late John Wenger, in the Lititz Historical Foundation Collection.

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