Amish Farm and House

Amish Farm and House

2395 Lincoln Highway East (U.S. Route 30)
Lancaster, PA 17602

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Tour an Original Amish House and Farm

Come learn about the Amish from knowledgeable guides at the original Amish attraction, the Amish Farm and House.

Since 1955 the Amish Farm and House has helped visitors and tour groups experience what Amish life is all about. The Amish Farm and House was the first educational farm museum dedicated to the Amish culture. They’ll help you understand what the Amish believe and why they live the way they do. When you leave here you’ll have a much better understanding and appreciation of the Amish and their lifestyle and culture.

It will be a memorable and an educational experience for the whole family.

Amish House Tour

Their house tours give guests an informative view of the Old Order Amish lifestyle. They take a respectful and authentic look into Amish culture as their tour guides take you on a room-by-room tour of an original, centuries-old Amish farmhouse.

Guests will learn about how the Amish hold worship services in their homes (they don’t have church buildings), and how their faith affects other aspects of their lives. Learn about Amish schools and education, and how their communities adapt to our modern society. Your knowledgeable tour guide will also explain Amish clothing styles, other distinctive features of the Amish lifestyle, and will answer your questions about Amish life.

Their gift shop offers locally made products for sale, such as Amish made quilts, Amish dolls, handmade wooden products, candles, locally-made jams, jellies, and other food products, Amish related books, and more. 

The Amish Farm

Then, you can learn about other facets of Amish culture on a tour of their 15-acre farm. Their farm includes a lime kiln, a bake oven, a summer kitchen, a smoke house, a milk house, a chicken house, an herb garden, a windmill and waterwheels, and a milking cow for the kids.

You’ll find a number of farm animals in their barn and meadows. They may vary year to year or by season, but you’ll often find goats, pigs, turkeys, miniature horse, donkeys, steers, alpacas, and more.

You’ll also find various artisans and vendors displaying their crafts at the Amish Farm and House, including a wood carver, a blacksmith, a rope maker, and others. However, not every artisan will be available every day.

Included with your admission is free use of their picnic pavilion and picnic area. Visitors are welcome to bring their lunch or bring takeout meals from a local restaurant that offers take-out service. Enjoy a peaceful, relaxing meal with your family or group.

The Amish Schoolhouse

While visiting the Amish Farm & House, be sure to visit the Willow Lane One-Room Schoolhouse. This is the only one-room school opened specifically for the public to give visitors and inside view of Amish schools. Learn from a former Amish teacher what it’s like to attend an Amish school. Inside, you’ll find a working gas stove and gas lights, artwork by Amish children, and much more.

Group Tours

Amish Farm and House provides fascinating educational tour experiences for groups of all kinds. Motorcoach groups, school groups, church groups, and others come here to learn about the simpler Amish lifestyle. Advanced reservations are advised. Tours are also available in French, German, Chinese, and Spanish.

Take a Countryside Bus Tour of the Amish Country

To learn more about the Amish, you can take a fascinating 90-minute guided tour of rural Lancaster County.  Enjoy the scenic beauty of our back roads. On this tour you’ll see and learn about Amish schools, Amish farms and culture, covered bridges, and even visit an Amish store or a roadside stand. Tours are offered daily. Please call ahead for reservations.

Location & Admission

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The Amish Farm & House is located in Lancaster along the historic Lincoln Highway (U.S. Route 30) in the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country.

Amish Farm and House

2395 Lincoln Highway East (U.S. Route 30)
Lancaster, PA 17602

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  1. Melissa Conquest says:

    Hi I would like information about the Amish culture.

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