Top Ten Things To Do in Lewisburg, PA

1. Watch film on the BIG screen, the way it was intended to be viewed!

CampusTheatre2Catch the latest and most interesting films. The Campus Theatre is a authentically and beautifully restored Art Deco movie theatre that has been showing films since 1941!  The  combination of the latest film technology and an authentic, single screen theatre complete with murals and original lighting make for a movie-going experience second to none!  And did we mention fresh popcorn with real butter?  The Campus shows culturally relevant film, including new releases, plus art and independent films.  Bucknell University uses the theatre Monday and Tuesday for evening film screenings, to which the public is welcome.  The theatre is closed to the public on Wednesdays.

For information about  daily listings, visit here .

2.  Dining with food for every palate

Visit central Pennsylvania’s restaurant hub: fine dining, local organic offerings; Thai, hand-made burgers, Italian deli takeout-or eat in, tapas, and Thai…it’s all here, with many outdoor dining opportunities.  Visit Lewisburg’s newest restaurant!  Caribbean Connection, 528 N. 2nd Street

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3. Lewisburg Live!

May 7, Starting at 6 p.m.

Eight incredible acts in eight downtown venues, all FREE.  For more information, visit HERE.

Celebration of the Arts
April 22 – May 7

In honor of it’s 47th anniversary, the 2016 Celebration of the Arts will not have a featured artist; instead we will be celebrating the Susquehanna River, as seen through the eyes of various artists and community organizations.

For more information, visit HERE

4. Paragon Ragtime Orchestra presents The Clown Princes at the Campus Theatre

IMG_4081May 15, 5:00 pm7:00 pm at the Campus Theatre

The world’s leading silent film accompanists – The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra – returns to Lewisburg with The Clown Princes: Law and Order Edition. The show will feature Charlie Chaplin‘s acclaimed 1916 comedy EASY STREET (with Rick Benjamin’s brand new reconstruction of the original score), along with films by Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd.

For More Info, visit HERE


5.Teatro Hugo e Ines: Short Stories32TeatroHugoInes

April 28 @ 7:30 pm9:00 pm
Campus Theatre, Downtown Lewisburg

$10   Purchase tickets here






Leo6. Listen to Live Music

Visit here to see a list of events and downtown venues featuring live music.

7. Immerse Yourself in Art


For a Listing of all Arts-Related Events, visit HERE

For More Information on…Current Samek Museum exhibits and events, including the Downtown Gallery, visit their blog here; All arts events posted on this web site, visit here. The Lewisburg Arts Council, the local arts organization that brings you Celebration of the Arts and Stroll through the Arts weekend, plus so much more, visit here; Bucknell Arts and Performance, visit here.

8. Play, Play, Play!!

Would you expect anything less than phenomenal parks and play spaces from the home of Playworld Systems, Inc., an industry leader in commercial recreation and playground equipment manufacturing? The *Lewisburg Area Recreation Park, on St. Mary’s Street *just west of Route 15, features a state of the art skate park, Life Trail, rock climbing and play for all ages courtesy of Playworld Systems. Plus, swimming pools, a picnic pavilion, a meandering stream and families of ducks. Hufnagle Park, in the center of downtown Lewisburg, is the site of live music events at the gazebo, community activities, games on the lawn and a children’s playground. Soldier’s Park, at the east end of town, just before the bridge that leads out of downtown, is a shady, quiet, river-front park. The newly completed Buffalo Valley Rail Trail begins just west of Rt. 15 and continues 10 miles west to Mifflinburg through beautiful farmland.  Check the Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority (BVRA) website below for sports opportunities, like tennis, volleyball, and basketball, lessons and recreational trips. If you’d rather watch, catch a Bison basketball game in Sojka Pavilion or any other of the many sporting events on the Bucknell Campus.


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9. Re-Live History

Take a self-guided tours of Lewisburg’s National Register Historic District, preferably as the streetlights turn on at dusk on a warm spring evening. Make sure to read the copy—our map maker is quite clever! Visit Lewisburg’s museums and remember to check their websites for upcoming exhibits: *Willliam Cameron Fire Company Museum *documents the history of the company and showcases antique fire fighting equipment.  Slifer House Museum is a beautifully preserved Victorian mansion designed and built for Eli Slifer that features an extensive collection of Victoriana; the Packwood House Museum an art and antiques collection in the former home of Lewisburg resident Edith Featherstone.  The Dale/Engle Walker House is an original limestone farmhouse built in 1793.  It was a slave site and today is preserved with more than 100 acres of original farmland. The house is open for tours on Sundays from June to October and holds summer exhibits.

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10. Stay over and repeat as desired. You know you want to….

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