Ever since 1965, the Lancaster Museum of Art has been a leading cultural source in the region. The museum is responsible for displaying an extensive collection of works by contemporary regional artists. The non-profit organization is dedicated to educating people on the advancement of visual arts through its informative exhibits and educational programming. Check out exhibitions of great artists in a variety of media, artist's lectures, panel discussions, and workshops. Available to adults and children, the studio classes include courses in ceramics, drawing, and painting. The Lancaster Museum of Art is open to the public and admission is free. The museum has approximately 30,000 visitors every year.