Until 1955, the 15 acres we sit on was an actual working Amish farm. Much of the farm and its buildings remain intact. Now, you can see firsthand what an Amish farm looks like!
There are lots of activities and learning opportunities on our farm for the entire family.
Once you’ve completed your guided tour, we invite you to visit our farm at your leisure. Access to the farm is included with purchase of a tour ticket or a farm-only pass (details about our farm-only pass are below).
*Artisans and vendors may not be available every day.
In The BBQ Barn, David, his wife Liz, and their 5 children will be barbecuing from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm every Saturday now through October.
They have several delicious lunch and dinner options that will have you coming back every weekend. Enjoy your chicken barbecue meal right here on our 15-acre farm.
See pin #28 on the map below to see where the BBQ Barn is located.
We offer farm only passes. This is a good option with for families with young children who may not have the attention span yet for our guided tours.
The farm-only pass is valid for the entire day.
Farm-Only Pass Prices:
Learn firsthand what it’s like to be a student in an Amish school. The Willow Lane One-Room Schoolhouse is Lancaster County’s only one-room school opened specifically for the public. Inside the school you will find, a working gas stove and gas lights, Amish artwork done by local Amish children, Amish curriculum, games, posters, and much more!More About Our One-Room Schoolhouse
It is not uncommon to see our Amish friends and neighbors working side by side with “English” (non-Amish) and The Amish Farm and House is no exception. In addition to our Amish farrier and various Amish friends who regularly sell their wares through our farm we are pleased to have various artisans that find their home at the Amish Farm and House.More About Our Resident Artisans
The buggy ride goes through our covered bridge, along the creek and through our meadows with farm animals, around the corn field, past our Amish built schoolhouse and back again! Tickets must be purchased through the buggy driver. Cash Only. See calendar for availability.See Horse and Buggy Ride Availability
You may pet any of the animals that come up to the fence. Please be cautious as they are farm animals, not pets. Please do not feed farm animals with outside food. You may feed the animals with food from available dispensers.
Your parents and grandparents might remember our cow “Buttercup”! Now it’s the kids turn to test their cow milking skills!
Amish children attend private one room schools. You can visit an Amish-built schoolhouse that is located on our farm. The schoolhouse is open 7 days a week. Use the scavenger hunt and make the visit to the schoolhouse educational and fun.
Take your visit to the next level by completing our scavenger hunt! This scavenger hunt helps make the farm visit fun but also educational! If the children correctly complete their scavenger hunt they may receive a small prize in the gift shop.
Amish children do not use bicycles. Instead they use two-wheeled scooters. You can take a real Amish scooter for a spin on our farm at no extra cost! Mom and Dad will love the scooters too!
Make it a day trip and pack your lunch. We have a large picnic area and several surrounding restaurants that offer takeout options.
Grab a scavenger hunt map from the lobby area and use it to find your way through our 2-acre, quilt patterned corn maze. The corn maze is open from mid-July through October.
"The farm tour is self-guided and very interesting as well. There are plenty of animals around and the one-room school house is a cool addition to the tour. Also right nearby is a covered bridge, something fairly unique to Lancaster."
TripAdvisor Reviewer from Washington, D.C.
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