Indoor Play

Edwin Rivera, 6, puts his hands in the air as balls rain down in the Ballocity indoor play structure at Go'N Bananas.

There are an infinite number of ways to explore all that Lancaster County has to offer, but if you're looking for specific ways to see the best of what the area has to offer, check out our series of itineraries. Whether it's for the family, a date night or anything in between, we've got you covered.

Morning

Start a day with the kids off right with a ride on the historic Strasburg Rail Road, one of the oldest continually operating railroads in the country.

Strasburg Rail Road, 301 Gap Road, Ronks; 866-725-9666; strasburgrailroad.com

Brunch/lunch

A breakfast made for kids: Take the kids to “The Grand Smorgasboard” at Hershey Farm & Restaurant so everyone can eat something that they enjoy.

Hershey Farm & Restaurant, 240 Bridge Road, Ronks; 717-984-6286; hersheyfarm.com.

Afternoon

After a day of learning and adventure, all a kid really wants to do is jump around and blow off steam. Go ’N Bananas features an indoor playground, laser tag and a whole lot more.

Go ’N Bananas Family Fun Center, 1170 Garfield Ave., Lancaster; 717-287-5000; gonbananas.com.

Dinner

The newly opened Max’s Eatery features eclectic spins on home-style favorites such as burgers, mac and cheese and tater tots. And for the parents – alcoholic milkshakes!

Max’s Eatery38 W. King St., Lancaster; 717-984-6286; maxseatery.com.

Another option

Enjoy an American pastime by catching a Lancaster Barnstormers baseball game. If you’re lucky, you might get your photo with Cylo, the Barnstormers’ mascot.

Clipper Magazine Stadium, 650 N. Prince St.; 717-509-4487 (HITS); lancasterbarnstormers.com.