CONNECTING PEOPLE TO THE RIVER AND ITS HISTORY
Susquehanna Heritage is a non-profit organization and officially-designated Pennsylvania Heritage Area. We collaborate with local, state and national partners to advance our Vision for the Susquehanna Riverlands as a National Destination for outdoor fun and cultural discovery. Our work focuses on Placemaking that enhances the quality and appeal of the river’s special places and landscapes and Tourism Development that increases the visibility and readiness of the river as a visitor destination. We are part of HeritagePA, Pennsylvania’s statewide Heritage Area network, and are seeking recognition by the U.S. Congress as a National Heritage Area.
Join us May 9th in Harrisburg, PA for Keep PA Growing Greener Capitol Day!
May 3, 2017
Join us May 9th in Harrisburg, PA for Keep PA Growing Greener Capitol Day! Take part in the rally on the capitol steps or attend the reception to support the […]
Susquehanna Heritage is proud to be part of places2040
April 5, 2017
Susquehanna Heritage is proud to be part of places2040 – the exciting initiative to chart a shared vision for Lancaster County’s future. “We’re a regional organization, and being focused on […]
Take a Native Lands Virtual 360 Walk
April 1, 2017
Our friends at the Chesapeake Conservancy have developed this great new 1.19 mile online virtual walk from the Zimmerman Center for Heritage up to and through Native Lands County Park […]
Art Painting Event – Monet May
Join Master Artist Ange on our deck for an evening of painting by the river. Ange will guide participants of all levels and backgrounds in painting to create their own […]
Fourth Fridays – Music on the Deck
Columbia Crossing will be open for extended hours during Fourth Fridays during the summer. On May 26th, enjoy live music by the river provided by Jefrey Woodall.
WATCH OUR HERITAGE FILM
Stories of the Land
Friend of the River
Your annual donation in any amount makes you an official Friend of the Susquehanna River and gives you bragging rights for your support of outdoor recreation and heritage education, public access to the river, and tourism development and services in the riverlands of Lancaster and York.