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Get an authentic look at the Amish lifestyle within the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country at the Amish Village. Located on 12 acres, the authentic Amish property includes a one-room schoolhouse, barn with animals, blacksmith shop, smokehouse market, and more. Take a guided half-hour farmhouse...

During your stay at our bed and breakfast near Lancaster, you’ll find yourself just miles away from one of the oldest (and most scenic) rivers in the world. It runs the full length of Lancaster County’s west border and its top landmarks and best attractions are rooted deep in our...

Don’t get it twisted; Lancaster County has several claims to fame—but those aren’t quite as delicious as this one. Many pretzel factory tours are available in Lancaster County, and yes, we do have enough pretzel factories to provide a tour trip plan. Check it out below.

One of Lancaster County’s most historic sites was once the iconic residence of the 15th President, James Buchanan, ranking alongside the shrines of Mount Vernon and Monticello. The home of James Buchanan just outside of downtown Lancaster has much to be marveled at with its...

Whatever outdoor activity is the most fun to you in the summertime, you’re sure to enjoy them at the 550-acre Lancaster County Central Park. Cool off in the pool, take to the trails, or stroll the gardens just minutes away from downtown Lancaster City. With its convenient location and...

We may be famous for our proximity to the Amish and the expanse of farmland, but at one time Lancaster had a world-renowned reputation for the quality (and huge quantity) of its beer. The art of craft beer and more drinkable ales crossed the pond with the Germans, a migration and resettling that...

One of the country’s most scenic, and secluded, hiking trails is right here in Lancaster County. Designated as a National Natural Landmark, Ferncliff Preserve is a 1.5 total hike among an old growth forest containing sycamore, chestnut, and the Pennsylvania redbud as well as many others...

Not such a long while ago, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania was world-famous alongside Germany for its delicious craft beer and skilled brewers. With the rise of craft beer’s popularity and the delicious snacks and food served with it, Lancaster has returned to the forefront of crafting one...

Over 160 years ago, Lancaster County PA was the site of the first spark that would soon ignite into the explosive and shocking Civil War. It was in Lancaster County that some historians claim to be the location of the first battle of the Civil War. On September 11th, 1851, a Maryland...

Before the light bulb had become the most sold and useful innovation of all time, our homes and offices, even our roads, were lit by candles. Lancaster County's unique landscape, culture, and population, provides the opportunity to view and experience the past when candles were the only...