Homestead Village

Homestead Village is centrally located in the heart of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. A short drive takes you past the tree-lined streets of many small towns. Homestead Village is only three miles from Historic Downtown Lancaster and close to: heritage sites, cultural opportunities, casual and fine dining, downtown boutiques and regional shopping malls, Lancaster General Health Campus and two major hospitals, and Franklin & Marshall College and Millersville University.


Philadelphia, PA

80.9 Miles East

The largest city in Pennsylvania and the sixth most populous city in the United States. Area diners can go to Chinatown for Asian delicacies, South Street for a famous Philly cheesesteak, or South Philadelphia for homemade Italian cooking. Plenty of sidewalk and deck seating, too. Museums range from the interactive Franklin Institute to the comprehensive African-American Historical Cultural Museum.


Baltimore, MD

74.3 Miles South

Baltimore's Inner Harbor has always remained a major asset, once the second leading port of entry for immigrants to the United States and a major manufacturing center. Today the harbor is home to Harborplace and the National Aquarium in Baltimore.


Harrisburg International Airport

33 Miles Northwest
One Terminal Drive, Ste 300, Middletown, PA 17057
(717) 944-8020

For years, Harrisburg International Airport has set the standard for simple, convenient air travel. HIA is truly a multi-modal, inter-modal transportation facility. It is a crossroads for airplanes, buses, rental cars, limousines, taxis and hotel shuttle vans. HIA is truly the antidote to the big airport!

Park City

Park City Center

2.3 Miles North
142 Park City Center, Lancaster, PA 17601
(717) 393-3851

Park City is the largest enclosed shopping center in south central Pennsylvania. Park City offers the whole family a terrific shopping and entertainment experience.

PA Turnpike

PA Turnpike

37.3 Miles North

Key transportation route within the state of Pennsylvania and a vital link in the network of the eastern United States.


Franlkin & Marshall College

2.6 Miles East
931 Harrisburg Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 291-3911

Located in the historic and vibrant city of Lancaster, PA, the 180-acre campus includes functional and inspiring academic facilities.

Lancaster Central Market

Lancaster Central Market

3.4 Miles East
Henry Pl & N Market St, Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 735-6890

As the country’s oldest farmers’ market, the 60+ Market stand holders offer a wide variety of foods during the three market days; Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Lancaster General Health Campus

Lancaster General Health Campus

2.4 Miles North
2100 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601
(717) 544-3000

The Health Campus offers one accessible suburban location where patients can come for diagnostic tests, laboratory work, day surgery and a full range of outpatient services as well as full medical hospital care.

Fulton Opera House

Fulton Opera House

3 Miles East
12 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 397-7425

A regional professional theatre company nurturing the mind and soul of the community through a season of plays designed uniquely for today’s audience.


New York City

166 Miles Northeast

The most populous city in the United States, in a metropolitan area that ranks among the world's most-populous urban areas. It is a leading global city, exerting a powerful influence over worldwide commerce, finance, culture, and entertainment. The city is also an important center for international affairs, hosting the United Nations headquarters.


"The best of outlet shopping."

7 Miles East
311 Stanley K Tanger Blvd, Lancaster, PA
(717) 392-7260

Shopping for everyone! You will discover a world of savings on the best brand names in the country.

Downtown Lancaster

Downtown Lancaster

3.4 Miles East

Downtown Lancaster offers a delightful assortment of over 250 boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, and entertainment and performing arts venues. It also boasts an incredibly rich heritage to be experienced at its many museums, churches and historic buildings.

Lancaster County Farmland

Lancaster County Farmland

Lancaster County’s nearly 6,000 farms provide fresh, local food for local residents and people across the state and the United States; they also protect watersheds; recharge groundwater, help control flooding, improve air quality, and provide food and cover for wildlife. The average Lancaster County farm is about 78 acres, and the county ranks fourth in the country in the number of farms.

Lancaster General Hospital

Lancaster General Hospital

3 miles East
555 North Duke Street, Lancaster, PA 17604
(717) 544-5511

For more than a century, Lancaster General Hospital has been a leader in healthcare. Lancaster General Hospital ensures that our community has access to the most advanced healthcare available, and offers specialized cardiac care and innovative treatments through its Heart Center.

Lancaster Regional Medical Center

Lancaster Regional Medical Center

3 miles East
250 College Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603
(717) 291-8211

The Lancaster Regional Medical Center understands and values the role that they play in the tapestry of a person’s life. They know that health is the combination of body, mind and spirit, and will hold sacred the lives entrusted to their care.

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