Lebanon Cornwall Scenic Byway
- DesignationState Byway (2008)
- Length28.6 miles
Dedicated Byway Visitor Information
Visit Lebanon Valley
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Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Enjoy your drive along the Lebanon Cornwall Scenic Byway, Rt. 419, west of the village of Quentin from the intersection of Rt. 322 to the Berks County line, east of Newmanstown, PA. Near Cornwall, the byway intersects with the main spine of the Lebanon Valley Rails to Trail (LVRT) featuring a major trailhead. The Quentin Tavern and historic Franklin House Tavern will take you back in time. Travel through rolling farmland and quaint Amish towns filled with history, charm, and antique shops. Be sure to stop at the historic Cornwall Iron Furnace and the Middlecreek Wildlife Preserve.
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