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|The Lancaster County Convention Center is one of the newest convention centers in the area, having been completed in 2009. It was designed to help revitalize downtown Lancaster.|
About the Lancaster County Convention Center
The Lancaster County Convention Center has more than 46,000 square feet of conference and meeting space available. This space can be divided and rearranged as needed by conference organizers or exhibition planners. The overall available space is more than 90,000 square feet. The facility is a multi-use building that can provide exhibition hall services as well as conference and meeting spaces for local business.
Beyond the meeting space, the Lancaster County Convention Center has two ballrooms that total 8700 square feet and are designed for elegance as well as efficiency. The center can accommodate up to 5000 guests and visitors at a single time. The facility also offers a wide range of other attractive amenities, including full-service banquet areas that provide gourmet foods for attendees and guests. The entire facility has wireless Internet access and other technological amenities to ensure ongoing business capabilities. The facility also has two business centers on-site for printing and planning needs.
The banquet areas are not the only source of dining in the convention center. The convention center also has a dining area that offers high-end dining for up to 100 people as well as a private dining area. There are also concession stands on-site. The facility also has an indoor pool and spa, two exercise rooms and spa treatment rooms available to ensure that all guests feel relaxed and happy.
Things to do in Lancaster
The Lancaster County Quilts and Textile Museum is dedicated to textile art, especially that of the Amish and Mennonite Communities. These highly complex and beautiful works of art are highly sought after.
Although the culture is the main draw of Lancaster, there are some sports teams for the more athletically minded visitor. These include the Lancaster Barnstormers, an ALPB baseball team, as well as the Lancaster Inferno, which are a WPSL soccer team.