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5 Reasons to Visit Amish Country This Spring

5 Reasons to Visit Amish Country This Spring 5. Cute Baby Animals Every Spring, Lancaster County farms greet newborn farm animals. And let’s be real, who doesn’t love baby animals? On our very own 15-acre farm, you have the opportunity to “ooo” and “ahh” at our newborn goats and lambs. Keep an eye out on […]

Best Places to Take Pictures in Amish Country

Looking to capture the PERFECT picture next time you’re in Amish Country? Here are 13 places we recommend that you visit. Please show respect to the Amish community when taking pictures. Always take pictures from a distance and avoiding taking pictures of their faces. Grasshopper Level Grasshopper Level is a short segment of Georgetown Road […]

5 Colorful Amish Buggies

What color are Amish buggies? In this blog, we will cover the five different colors of Amish buggies used in the United States. You might be surprised by just how many colors buggies come in!  Lancaster County Gray We’re a little bias when we say we think the gray buggies are the prettiest! This color […]

Unique Christmas Experiences in Amish Country

A Christmas Weekend in Amish Country Are you looking for a festive Christmas town to visit this year? Something with that small-town feel? You’ve come to the right place. There may be no place like home for the holidays, but we are sure our list of activities will get you in the holiday spirit. We’ve […]

Fall Bucket List in Amish Country

Fall Bucket List for Lancaster County Fall was made for Lancaster County! The Amish are very busy with the harvest, but tourism slows down and visitors can truly experience the peaceful stress-free Amish lifestyle. We suggest a long weekend if you are going to make an overnight trip. Arrive Thursday evening for a full day […]

How to have an amazing weekend in Amish Country

Weekend Itinerary: Arrive Friday evening, just in time for a hearty PA Dutch meal. Wake up early on Saturday morning and plan for a full day of Amish activities. (Keep in mind the Amish do not work on Sundays, but we are open for tours on Sundays!) Sleep in on Sunday morning. In the afternoon, […]

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