One of the oldest villages in Lancaster County, Strasburg's architecture offers an eclectic mix of style, size and material. The area boasts more original wooden structures than Williamsburg, a number of beautiful red brick homes and businesses, and two of the oldest stone homes in the area. All are located on East and West Main Street.

From the east gateway to town, you begin at the Strasburg Antique shop in a converted brick warehouse and the recently renovated Iron Horse Inn. Heading west on Main Street, you will see 18th and 19th century homes of all sizes and shapes. Some buildings worth noting include: a 1 1/2 story log home, a 2 story clapboard home and detached garage with a meticulous lawn, the simple and elegant St. Michael's church and graveyard from the Revolutionary War, the Limestone Inn B&B from 1786, and the next door stone Pfoutz home from the mid-a8th century.

The center-square boasts its own mix of brick properties housing additional commercial properties. Continuing west on Main Street, one finds the same pattern of mixed style homes. A pair of large Victorian-era properties stand out for both their size and color and further, the Gonder manion beckons of early 20th century style and class. Heading west out of town, one passes additional properties with a number of log buildings on both sides of the street. Eclectic in style, size and material for sure.