If you are a visitor to Lebanon County, you may find there is more to do here and places to visit than you expected.
We invite you to take some time and visit our historical attractions, bring your clubs and choose from the many golf courses around the county, bring your fishing gear, a bicycle and a good pair of sneakers to walk or jog the community favorite trail of Rails to Trails.
When you can build up an appetite there are many dining choices to choose from and accommodations with pampering services.
Cornwall Iron Furnace – Lebanon, PA
One of the earliest blast iron furnaces in the country. Cornwall Iron Furnace features a tour of the iron furnace, a museum, an interesting presentation, gift shop and picnic area. More about Cornwall Iron Furnace
Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
The most solemn attraction in Lebanon County and the largest monument of Veteran’s National Cemeteries. A relaxing walk or drive by this beautiful park will be a reminder of the great price that soldier’s and their families had to pay for our freedom. A visit to this United States National Cemetery is a must see during your visit to Lebanon County.
Isaac Meier Homestead
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area
This area of more than 5,000 acres provides habitat for waterfowl, forest wildlife and farmland wildlife. In the winter, come to Lebanon County in the month of March and marvel with the sights of thousands of Canadian snow geese for spring migration. This park offers walking trails, educational tours and picnic areas. See photos and get more info on Middle Creek Wildlife
Historical Attractions in Lebanon County, PA
Come to Lebanon County, learn about our history and tour interesting historical sites. Lebanon County is the home to 26 historical sites. Great educational fun for the whole family and groups. More about historical attractions in Lebanon County.
Parks of Lebanon County, PA
One of the reasons residents love Lebanon County is for the abundance of beautiful parks offering free fun for the whole family. Enjoy nature walks, bicycling, fishing, and other sports facilities. Both residents and visitors enjoy the parks during all the seasons of the year. More about Parks in Lebanon County, PA
Rails to Trails
A favorite community activity is walking, bicycling and horseback riding on the Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails. The trails stretches for 12.5 miles from the south side of the City of Lebanon to the village of Lawn. Serenity, lush greenery, old iron bridges, great Ice Cream stops, scenic streams, century old farms, cool breezes and shady spots can be enjoyed in Lebanon Rails to Trails.
Driving around Lebanon County is an attraction in itself. From north to south and west to east, drive through scenic roads with green pastures and rolling hills that make up a beautiful Sea of Green. Winding through woods, breezing past vast stretches of farmland, or guiding into a little town, our roads can lead you to an array of interesting and diverse places.
Union Canal Tunnel – Lebanon, PA
Come to Lebanon, bring a picnic basket, and take a boat ride through the oldest transportation tunnel in the United States. Summer days at Union Canal include festivals, music, food and other fun activities for the whole family. More about The Union Canal Tunnel Park – Lebanon, PA