Guided Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Lebanon 2013
Hosted by the Lebanon County Historical Society on Saturdays, June 15, July 20 and August 20, 2013 at 10AM.
Come and join us on a narrated tour of historic downtown Lebanon. Explore and rediscover the rich history of the city and its beautiful architecture, from the early days before the Revolutionary War through the 20th Century. The Tour will meet and start at 10 AM in front of the Stoy Mansion, home of the Lebanon County Historical Society, at 924 Cumberland Street.
Cost is $5.00 per person, children under 9 and LCHS members are FREE! Proceeds to benefit the Society. Bottled water will be provided for the tour. Please remember to wear comfortable footwear suitable for walking, as the total distance covered in each tour is about 1 to 1½ miles. The tour will last approximately 1½ to 2 hours. Please call the office ahead to register 717-272-1473.
Upcoming special bicentennial Tour, Saturday July 20th
On July 20, 2013, a City of Lebanon walking tour will be held in honor of the Bicentennial of Lebanon County. Don Rhoads, Jr. Bicentennial Committee Chairman, will share with participants the locations important to the early formation of Lebanon County, including sites of the first jail, second courthouse and home to the County’s first official. Also, he will share other interesting locations throughout the tour route, including some sites notable to the City and County’s heritage. Please plan to attend.