Click on the yellow circles to learn more about what our farm has to offer during your visit.
1. Hand dug, stone lined well
22 feet to water
2. Summer Kitchen
This is where the cooking kettles and a water cooled refrigerator is located. Water that is pumped from the spring house feeds the water cooled refrigerator. From the refrigerator, the water flows by gravity to the barn. This water is then used for the animals.
3. Cucumber pump
The pump is powered by the water wheel (#16) via wire.
4. Exhibitor Shed
Rachel Esh, our resident Amish quilter, sells her crafts in this shed. Rachel is here Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from April to October.
5. Blacksmith Shop
Our resident blacksmith, Andrew, is in our blacksmith shop from June through August. Stop by the shop to see Andrew forging items out of metals. You can purchase some of his items in the blacksmith shop and in our gift shop.
6. Tobacco Shed
See how the Amish plant, grow, harvest and strip tobacco. See and smell actual tobacco that came from the fields.
7. Bake Oven
Smoke House, and Drying House
Although this feature is no longer used in our house, you can see how the windmill is powered only by wind. They work quietly and are nonpolluting.
9. Milk house
10. Stone Bank Barn
This is the entrance to the lower end of our 1803 stone bank barn. Take a look inside the barn which is home to a variety of farm animals.
11. Straw Barn
This barn was built on stone pillars. The top of the barn is used for storing hay and straw. The bottom is used as a shelter for animals and farm equipment.
12. Herb Garden
13. Chicken House and Fowl Pens
For peacocks and pheasants
14. Willow Lane Covered Bridge
This covered bridge was built in 1855 by an Amish crew from Strasburg.
15. Meadow and Animal pens
16. Water Wheel
The water wheel is fed by water from a mill pond, which is formed when a flowing stream is dammed. The wheel powers the cucumber pump (#3) via the connected wire.
17. Spring house
Water wheel powers the "Peter Shirk Pump" which forces the cold spring water into the summer kitchen refrigerator (#2).
18. Lime Kiln
Where limestone was burned to produce lime for white washing, mortar, and fertilizer. The limestone that was used to build the house and stone bank barn was quarried from the property.
19. Scooter Run
Experience first hand how the Amish travel around town. Adult supervision is required at the scooter run.
20. Willow Lane Amish One-room schoolhouse
Built by local Amish men, our schoolhouse is an accurate replica of a modern day Amish school. The artwork found in the schoolhouse was supplied by local Amish kids.
21. Animal Pen
Check out our goats and our famous "Goat Mountain". Feeder machines are available to give our goats a special treat.
22. Corn Barn
This is where our resident woodcarver, Chris Lubkemann, is located. Chris Lubkemann is a master woodcarver and the author of several best-selling whittling books.
23. Stone Bank Barn
This is the entrance to the upper level of the stone bank barn. This section of the barn is used for threshing grains and storing hay. This section of the barn is also used for storing farm implements.
24. Stake & Rider fence
This is the type of fencing that was used in the 1800's on Lancaster Country farms.
25. Buttercup the Cow
Practice milking our famous cow, Buttercup.
26. Corn Maze
Try out your navigational skills in our quilt pattern corn maze. The corn maze is open mid July through mid October
27. Picnic Pavilion
Relax and take in the view while you enjoy your picnic lunch.
28. BBQ Barn
The Amish BBQ Barn is open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. David King and his family offer grilled chicken, ribs and pulled pork. Come enjoy an Amish style picnic. We even have a beautiful picnic pavilion.
29. Tractor Trails
Put down the cellphones and let your kids be kids again! These peddle tractors are the perfect activity to enhance your child's farm experience.
30. House Entrance
Welcome to the Amish Farm and House! This is where our house tours, gift shop and ticket lobby are located.
31. Gift Shop
Our gift shop is open during our operating hours and there is no entrance fee. Inside you will find handmade Amish souvenirs, crafts, quilts and our clay artist, Esther.
32. Buggy Rides
Buggy Rides. We offer buggy rides during the summer season. Check our event’s calendar for the buggy ride schedule. Buggy rides are $5 per person and the buggy driver only accepts cash.