Best Kept Secrets Tour – A Shopping/Food & Fun Adventure

Best Kept Secrets Tour

Throughout Lancaster County, PA

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Best Kept Secrets TourJoin the Best Kept Secrets Tour for a fun adventure of shopping, exploring, and food.

Your tour package will highlight up to 40 off-the-beaten path businesses throughout Lancaster County. Travel place to place taking advantage of the valuable coupons in your package. You’ll also enjoy all the special free refreshments, games, gifts, demos, and other things the participating businesses have planned for you.

Every tour is different.  What a fun way to explore unique and fun places around Lancaster!

Tickets are $10 each. Join us on one of this year’s tours.



Upcoming Best Kept Secrets Tour for Lancaster County


Additional Tours Outside of Lancaster County

Best Kept Secrets Tour
Best Kept Secrets Tour


Best Kept Secrets Tour

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Below are some Previous Best Kept Secrets Tour Stops (& Shops):

Country Woodshop

Lil' Country Store & Miniature Horse Farm, 264 Paradise Lane, Ronks, PA  17572, 717-344-2326

Amish made furniture hand-crafted in our own workshop. Tables, chairs, hutches, bookcases, benches, cabinets, tv cabinets, pie safes, cupboards, birdhouses, candle holders, wall sconces, shelves with coat hooks, framed prints, and decorative items. Our products are on display next door in our Lil' Country Store and Miniature Horse Farm.  Visit website

Lil’ Country Store & Miniature Horse Farm

264 Paradise Lane, Ronks (Strasburg), PA 17572, 717-687-8237

Stop in and say Hello to the miniature horses at our Old Order Amish farm just outside Strasburg. They are gentle, friendly, and waiting to be petted. Saddle rides and cart rides are available. Our Lil' Country Store features many Amish hand-crafted products, including framed prints, quillows, birdhouses, and food products.    Visit website

National Watch & Clock Museum

514 Poplar Street, Columbia, PA 17512, 717-684-8261

People of all ages will enjoy this fascinating museum of timekeeping devices.  You'll see the earliest non-mechanical devices, tall clocks, cuckoo clocks, the atomic clocks of today, and thousands of clocks in between - over 12,000 items in this collection, the largest in North America. Take time to learn about time!  Visit website