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Manheim is a borough in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. Manheim was laid out by Henry William Stiegel in 1762 on a land tract in Rapho Township, Pennsylvania, though it wasn't incorporated until 1838. He set out to build an industrial empire and founded the Manheim Glassworks. After financial failure, he was forced to sell the development in 1775. After several failed attempts at resurrecting the Manheim Glassworks, it closed in 1780.
The Manheim Community Library located on the second floor at 15 East High Street is a member of the Library System of Lancaster County. In early 2018, the Manheim Community Library announced its intention to move into a new building on the campus of Pleasant View Retirement Community in Penn Township by the end of 2019.
Just south of Manheim in neighboring Penn Township is the World's Largest Auto Auction. The Manheim Auto Auction is located on Route 72 with many daily visitors. It is open for business every Friday. The Manheim Community Farm Show is held the first week of every October at the Memorial Park. Root's Country Market & Auction, open year-round each Tuesday, is the oldest single family-run country market in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, located just south of Manheim. Kreider Farms, a large dairy and egg producer located within and around Manheim, offers a popular farm tour in which visitors can watch the agribusiness's approximately 1,700 cows being milked.
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