Leaman Place, Pennsylvania

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Leaman Place
Unincorporated community
Leaman Place is located in Pennsylvania
Leaman Place
Leaman Place
Location within the state of Pennsylvania
Coordinates: 40°0′26″N 76°7′0″W / 40.00722°N 76.11667°W / 40.00722; -76.11667Coordinates: 40°0′26″N 76°7′0″W / 40.00722°N 76.11667°W / 40.00722; -76.11667
Country United States
State Pennsylvania
County Lancaster
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)

Leaman Place is a named place in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. Leaman Place is known mostly as a whistle-stop. President Abraham Lincoln spoke at this station on February 22, 1861 to a crowd of 5,000.[1] In 1968, Democrat Hubert H. Humphrey, Democratic Party candidate for president, stopped and spoke at the same place.

The Leaman Place covered bridge crosses Pequea Creek.[2]

Geography[edit]

Leaman Place is located at 40°0′26″N 76°7′0″W / 40.00722°N 76.11667°W / 40.00722; -76.11667 (40.007222, -76.116667),[3] and is 385 feet above mean sea level.

Restaurants[edit]

  • Kitchen Kettle Village[2]
  • Family Cupboard Restaurant and Buffet[2]
  • Kling House Restaurant[2]

Lodging[edit]

  • Spa at Intercourse Village[2]
  • Kitchen Kettle Village[2]
  • Travelers Rest Motel[2]

Activities[edit]

  • Rhubarb Fest[2]
  • Lapp's Coach Shop[2]
  • Double Heart Gallery[2]

Shopping[edit]

  • Leaman Place Furniture[4]

References[edit]