Open 7 days a week from 10am-5pm. Bus tours run at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm. Reservations recommended.

What’s Open In Amish Country

Published in 2020, updated on 03/25/2022

What else is open in Amish Country?

We are open from 10-5 pm 7 days a week.  We have a variety of tour options available!

All-day Farm Pass- Enjoy the entire day on our farm visiting with our animals. This option is perfect for those with young children.

Animal Fun Tour-  Get beyond the fence and interact with our animals. You’ll help us collect eggs, brush our donkeys, and cuddle with baby goats.

Guided House tour – You’ll learn about Amish history, religion, and culture as you walk through our house. (includes all-day farm pass)

Guided Bus tour – Sit back and relax as we tour you through the beautiful Amish countryside. We’ll even make stops at Amish stores Monday- Saturday. (includes all-day farm pass)

Open Restaurants: 

The BBQ Barn- Amish Made Food- located on our 15-acre farm which is currently open Thursday-Saturday (summer to early fall).

Katie’s Kitchen is another option. Katie’s is an Amish owned restaurant is accepting dine-in seating.

Dienner’s Country restaurant is open for dine-in seating. Dienner’s will be closing on January 1st- February 3rd.  They both have delicious PA Dutch meals. See their websites for hours of operation.


Farm stands are popping up all over the back roads for fresh produce. Now is the time to get the best tasting fresh picked strawberries. Rhubarb and peas are also in abundance.

Bird N Hand Market is open Saturday 8:30am-5:30pm.

Central Market is open Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday 7:30am-2:00pm.

Roots Country Market is open Tuesday 9:00am-9:00 pm

Things to do:

Even though many attractions are still closed, there’s still plenty to do to fill up a weekend in Amish Country.

June- August Unwind with our baby goats during one of our goat yoga classes. Gift Certificates are available now.

Take a buggy ride through the countryside with Abe’s Buggy Rides.

Get your blood pumping on a zipline at Refreshing Mountain or try their new high-ropes obstacle course.

Spend the afternoon driving through our beautiful covered bridges. Discover Lancaster has mapped out all the bridges and their address for an easy and free self-guided tour.

Strasburg Railroad is open for train rides, Turkey Hill Experience, and Hershey’s Chocolate World. 


Kitchen Kettle in Intercourse is an option to spend the afternoon shopping. Most of their outdoor shops are open.

If you’re looking for any type of Amish made souvenirs and gifts- we’ve got you covered. Our gift shop is open to the public, free of charge.

Bird-in-Hand Bake Shop has all your favorite PA Dutch pies- whoopie pies, shoofly pies, strawberry pies- you name it!

Wilbur Chocolate retail store is now open. Drive up to Litiz and try some of the very best chocolate.

The Shops at Rockvale and Tanger Outlets have some shops open. Check their website.

Where to Sleep: 

Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts are open, check with an individual hotel first to make sure. Check out our page on the best Bed & Breakfasts in Amish Country here. 

The Country Inn of Lancaster– award-winning and close to our farm. (they have a pool!)

Any and all of the Bed & Breakfasts listed here- best places to stay in Amish Country


Make a day trip to Lancaster, there is plenty open to fill a day. Take a tour, visit a market, and have a great meal. No matter where you go, you’ll always be greeted with a big smile and a warm welcome. If you’re ready to take the next step in planning your trip to Amish Country, visit this page.

In this post, we’ve covered only a portion of the open businesses, for more information check out www.discoverlancaster.com and www.lancasterpa.com


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