What to Do While Visiting
Located in the rolling hill country of Central Pennsylvania, historic Lewisburg (population 5,600) is often called one of the top small towns in the U.S.
Trademark period lampposts dot the main and side streets that showcase eye-pleasing architecture, some of which dates to the 1700s. One of the best-preserved Victorian-era towns in the country, the borough of Lewisburg is on the U.S. Register of Historic Places.
The business district features a variety of small and unusual shops, coffee and fine-dining options, and art galleries and museums.
Prominently located on Market Street, the completely renovated Campus Theatre is one of the last authentic art deco movie houses in the world. Opened in 1941, the theatre continues to show quality first-run, independent, art, and foreign films.
Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University Bookstore
Bucknell Golf Club
Lewisburg Downtown Partnership
Packwood House Museum
Samek Art Gallery
Slifer House Museum
Stadler Center for Poetry
Weis Center for the Performing Arts