Lancaster PA Tours and Guided Tour Services

Get Out & Discover Lancaster County

There is so much to see and explore throughout Lancaster County. Sure, you can wander around downtown Lancaster or go for a drive or bike ride on our back country roads on your own. But if you want to see and learn the important stuff, it helps to have an expert tour guide. They can take you places and share information that you might never have encountered on your own. Even if you have lived here for years or visited the area many times, there may be some fascinating things to learn that you never knew before.

Different Ways to Tour Lancaster County

There are numerous ways you can explore what this area has to offer. Here are just a few:

  • Take a guided walking tour through historic downtown Lancaster
  • Hop aboard a bus for an Amish Country back roads tour
  • Let a tour guide hop aboard your own vehicle for a countryside tour
  • Learn about the paranormal with a ghost tour
  • Learn about Group Tours of Lancaster & beyond
  • You can also check out local factory tours

Of course, you can also learn about this area by visiting some of our many museums and cultural exhibits, our historical homes from the 17th and 18th centuries, and our factory tours.

Get Out & Explore

So, get out and explore the treasures that await you throughout Lancaster County.

Amish Farm & House Countryside Tours

2395 Lincoln Highway East (U.S. Route 30), Lancaster, PA 17602, 717-394-6185

Discover Lancaster's living heritage on Lancaster’s original 90-minute bus tour. Take in the scenic beauty of rural Lancaster County. You'll see and learn about Amish schools, Amish farms and culture, covered bridges, and even visit an Amish store or roadside stand. Daily tours - please call ahead for reservation. See website

Comments

  1. Bear Trax Tours-Deanna Miller says:

    I have a group coming to Lancaster August 16-18. We are needing a step-on guide for either Friday or Saturday. Appreciate hearing from you. Thanks.

    • Gordy Harrower says:

      Hi Deanna – I have passed your comment on to the folks at the Mennonite Information Center and they should be contacting you. They’ll take good care of you! Thanks for contacting us.

  2. You mention on your tours page that one is able to have a tour guide in our own car. Could you advise how we organise this, please. We are a party of 4 seniors from the UK. We will be staying at the Kitchen Kettle Village in August. Thank you

    • Gordy Harrower says:

      Hi Alan – For step-on guides of Lancaster County we suggest you contact the Mennonite Information Center in Lancaster. That is one of their many services to help people better understand the Amish and Mennonite faiths and cultures. We certainly hope you and your fellow travelers enjoy your visit to the United States and to Lancaster County.

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