Our picturesque 49-acre campus is situated in the heart of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in the quaint town of Lititz. Ideally located between the cultural centers of Baltimore, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., as well as the smaller city of Lancaster, Linden Hall provides students access to many of the cultural events available in larger metropolitan areas. From theatres, to art galleries, to world-class cuisine, students will find that the local area has much to offer in the way of entertainment and cultural experiences.
Our campus facilities, described below, range from historic stone structures to modern academic facilities, with expansive athletics and equestrian facilities.
- Academic Buildings
- Administrative Building
- Athletics Facilities
- Equestrian Facilities
- Non-Academic Buildings
- Outdoor Areas
- Facilities Rental
The recently renovated Evita Allen Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) and the Steinman Arts & Science Building house state-of-the-art classrooms equipped with the latest technology. The CAE is the home to the World Languages, History, and English departments as well as Linden Hall's library, computer lab, College Counseling offices, and a lecture hall for large group instruction (LGI). Fine Arts, Photography, and Mathematics classrooms and the Science laboratories are located in the Steinman building.
The Anne Brossman Sweigert (ABS) Sports & Fitness Center houses a standard sized gymnasium with fold out bleachers and basketball hoops. Home to the Linden Hall Lions Volleyball and Basketball teams, the gym is also used to host athletic competitions, fairs, and other large group events. On the second floor of the ABS Sports & Fitness Center there is a dance studio with sprung wood floors and mirrored walls, as well as a fitness room.
Other Athletic facilities at Linden Hall include:
- Hess Tennis Plaza
- William & Mary Soccer Fields
- Lacrosse Fields
Home to our Equestrian team, the Stables @ Linden Hall are within walking distance of the academic buildings and dormitories. The equestrian facilities feature a competition level 80' x 200' indoor riding ring with a grand viewing deck and comfortable lounge, a large outdoor ring with all-weather footing and a spacious 20-stall center aisle stable with heated tack room.
The historic Mary Dixon Memorial Chapel was built in 1885 and contains beautiful stained glass windows, a Hook & Hastings pipe organ, and a Baldwin Grand Piano. The sanctuary is located on the second floor of the chapel building. The first floor houses the middle school lounge.
The two-sided Dining Hall overlooks campus drive towards the North, and the Rock Garden towards the South. In the center of the dining hall is a raised platform that can be used as a stage or a dance floor and is sometimes used for additional seating.
In the heart of campus, sits the Fountain Courtyard, nestled between the Academic Center and the dorms. The courtyard showcases a beautiful garden area centered around a fountain where the statues of Italian poets, Tasso and Dante stand watch.
Alumnae Rock Garden
Behind Honeycutt Hall is one of Linden Hall's secret treasures. Sheltered by trees, the Rock Garden surrounds a small lily pond and short winding pathways. A favorite of students and alums alike, the Rock Garden has remained a place of quiet beauty for almost 50 years. Its paths, bubbling waterfall, and colorful wildflowers create an escape from everyday student life and have been a source of inspiration for generations of Linden Hall girls.
Linden Hall's campus facilities are also perfect for weddings, private parties, business meetings, conferences, and other events. Click here for more detailed information on our facilities.
Interested in reserving our facilities for your next meeting or event? Contact Michael Martin, Facilities Coordinator at email@example.com.