Many folks visit Lancaster because they want to experience the Pennsylvania Amish firsthand, but soon discover lots of other exciting things to see and do. Plan your trip to Lancaster today and you'll find that we're so much more than covered bridges and PA Dutch dining.
General Information: Hours: The Visitors Center is open daily 9 AM to 4 PM except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. Call for seasonal hours.
Quite possibly the best way to experience Lancaster County. Traveling aboard authentic passenger cars, pulled by a massive, coal-burning steam locomotive, there's beauty as far as the eyes can see. Rolling hills. Working farms. A landscape that has changed little over time.
Shopping for antiques in Lancaster County, PA begins before the sun even begins to shine. At antique malls such as those in Adamstown, you'll find unique treasures of the past from more than 3,000 antique dealers.
Experience Lancaster County in authentic fashion with a stay on a farm. Enjoy all the rustic charm without the chores. If you want your children to experience milking cows, collecting eggs, chasing baby chicks and learning about life on the farm! Lancaster County farm stay at one of our working far