PA: Established in 1730, Lancaster’s Central Market is the oldest continuously operating farmers market in the United States. As soon as you walk inside, the area’s rich Pennsylvania Dutch culture is apparent, from the homemade food available to the vendors—some Amish—who are selling it. On a typical day you’ll find everything from handmade quilts to fresh flowers, iced coffee to African cuisine. For a taste of local flavor, try the red beet eggs or shoofly (molasses) pie.
Aboard the Underground Railroad-- Rush R. Sloane House The Lyman and Asenath Whipple Hoyt House was an active station on the Underground Railroad in Lancaster, Indiana. It was built in limestone about 1850 in Greek Revival style