The Fulton Theater in Lancaster PA is a beautifully restored theater dating back to 1852. It is considered to be the oldest, continuously running theater in the USA. The theater has had many changes over the years from when it was first opened and underwent an extensive renovation in 1995. It has also been named a National Landmark, one of only eight theaters to have that designation. Performers ranging from Mark Twain to Helen Hayes have taken the stage, as well as many other renowned performers. This is also home to the Lancaster Symphonic Orchestra, showcasing the amazing acoustics of the theater. You will not want to miss the final two shows of the current season. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof playing April 22, 2010 through May 9, 2010 and Phantom June 3, 2010 through July 4, 2010. The After Eight Bed and Breakfast has encouraged many guests to become enriched, humored and moved by the performances at the Fulton Theater. This is definitely one location you will not want to miss when visiting and exploring Lancaster Pennsylvania.