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Amish Farm and House, Lancaster

Categories: Farms, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
Discover the Amish way of life at Amish Farm and House, a 200-year-old estate providing insight into one of the country's most private communities. The working farm sits on 6 hectares (15 acres) that were part of a 1715 land grant made by William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania. The farm's walking paths lead to a blacksmith's shop, milk house, school, and a covered bridge, giving you a chance to see how a real Amish farm functions on a daily basis. The historic farmhouse, built in 1805, displays furnishings of a modern Amish home. Check online for coupons and available tour packages; you can combine countryside bus tours with guided farm visits. With our online itinerary creator, Lancaster attractions like Amish Farm and House can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We didn't look inside the farm house but we did see the farm buildings and grounds and the schoolhouse - all very nice. We did the Amish Country Bus tour from here and thoroughly enjoyed it. The bus d...  read more »
  • Very interesting and informative peek into the Amish culture; don't give in to the stereotype of this unique group of people. My tech savvy kids were thoroughly engaged and got to make a jump rope, vi...  read more »
  • This was a great tour. At first I was taken back that the Farm and House is in the middle of a shopping complex but when I learned that the original house and farm had been sold to the people running ...  read more »
  • BEWARE … this tourist attraction (trap) is located in TARGET’s parking lot. Very few animals and no staff on hand to guide you through the so called 15 acres of farmland. My husband and children (3 & 6) were very disappointed. The video that is on the website is very deceiving where it appears that you are in the countryside, but in reality you are in the middle of a large modern shopping district. We didn’t waste our money on the bus trip or house tour.
  • Very fun, informative place to go even if your not even that intrested in Amish I thought it was still a fun, educational place to enjoy family time together.
  • Great place! Even the teenagers loved it! Chris that works there is great and very knowledgeable.
  • Very cool place a little over priced but the house tour isn't bad.
  • Don't waste your money in this place,this place is a tourist trap.It is better to get the information about them in the internet and drive around the farms, at least you going to have the opportunity of taking good pics of the farms , something you can't do in the tour bus driving fast I was there yesterday and i regret paying those $28.00 for the 4 pm "premium" tour ,stay away please.
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