• The Louise Arnold Tanger Arboretum

    Sporting many mature varieties of trees, the Tanger Arboretum is open to the public as a place of rest and relaxation.

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  • Where is James Buchanan?
    Where is James Buchanan?

    Do you know? Maybe you'll see him strolling Gallery Row or cruising about downtown Lancaster in a Jag convertible. Take your photo with the President and receive a 20% discount at The Museum Store (4 W. King or 230 N. President). Then tag us on Twitter or Instagram (@lancohistory) and use the hashtag #foundbuchanan! Tours of Wheatland available Monday - Saturday at 230 N. President Ave.

  • The President James Buchanan National Symposium

    The President James Buchanan National Symposium returns to LancasterHistory.org on September 18-19.  The theme for this Symposium is "The Worlds of Thaddeus Stevens & James Buchanan: Race, Gender & Politics in the Civil War Era."  Click below for more information & to register!

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  • The Annual Campaign for Lancaster County History

    While it may be our historically-inclined nature to glance behind us, it is the future of Lancaster's history that has us most excited. As we enter our second autumn on the Lancaster Campus of History, we can say with certainty that the captivating history of our community is in very good hands!

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  • Welcome

    Our ten-acre Campus of History features the historic grounds and gardens of President James Buchanan's Wheatland, the Louise Arnold Tanger Arboretum, and the award-winning, and environmentally-sustainable headquarters of LancasterHistory.org.

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  • A Lancaster Classic
    A Lancaster Classic

    Now on display—a 1924 Oldsmobile Turtle Deck Speedster. This 1924 Oldsmobile Model 30-B Six engine with aluminum body was hand-built by the Charles Schutte Body Company of Lancaster, PA. There are only a few Schutte-bodied automobiles still in existence. Visit today!

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