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Hey guys I am going to Pennsylvania in October and was wondering if there are any nice woodworking places to see. Small shops or museums or stores or what ever. I am coming from Ontario going to Lancaster.

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My shop would classify as small or "what ever". :laughing:

Not sure of the roads you intend to take.
Grizzly showroom in Muncy, PA is worth a visit.
http://www.grizzly.com/showrooms/pa

Martin Guitar in Nazareth, makers of some of the best acoustic guitars. Tours most days.
http://www.martinguitar.com/

In Philadelphia area
George Nakasima's studio. Only open to visitors 1-4pm Saturday.
http://nakashimawoodworker.com/visit/4

Wharton Emmerich museum
http://whartonesherickmuseum.com/

A bit west on the way to Lancaster is Hearne Hardwood. Open house on 4/5 October.
http://www.hearnehardwoods.com/hard...r_woods.html?gclid=CPeqt9mH6bkCFWxnOgodxRYAcQ

This place interests me, but I have not yet visited, period furniture makers.
http://www.irionlumber.com/index.php?page=what-we-do-page-1


Outside of Hersey in Mechanicsburg is a violin maker. Just found this in a search.
http://www.hersheyviolins.net/wp/

I hope this helps.
 
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