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Lancaster PA Kids’ Attractions – Things To Do for Children



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What Fun Things Are There for Kids To Do in Lancaster?

Lancaster County, PA offers many fun things for visitors of any age. You’re probably wondering what to do with kids in Lancaster, whether you’re visiting or if you live here. Things for kids to do are becoming more plentiful every year! Toddlers and children of all ages will have a blast! Scroll down to see our 2021 list of field trip ideas and kids activities in Lancaster, PA.

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Explore our expanding list of fun things to do with kids below. Whether you’re a parent looking for some one-on-one time with your kiddo or a teacher looking for a field trip idea, there’s plenty of creative activities for children in Lancaster, PA. Have a blast, create some fun memories, and enjoy your time together. They won’t be little for very long!

If you live here or are visiting Lancaster with kids, you’ll find everything from exciting outdoor activities for kids in Lancaster, to indoor things to do for kids on rainy days in the list below. You’ll also see popular kids attractions in Lancaster, including farm adventures, train rides and displays, indoor play centers (where they can jump around and lose some of that energy!), amusement parks, theatres with kid-friendly plays and magic shows, mini-golf courses, places to ride a horse, playgrounds, children’s museums in Lancaster, and other Amish Country fun.

See also our complete list of things to do in Lancaster, PA, as well as our list of things to do for families in Lancaster, PA.

We won’t let you get bored here! Lancaster County offers Amish-related attractions, theaters, many historic sites, and so much more. Check out the list in the sidebar to learn everything there is to see and do in Lancaster.

Here are Things To Do in Lancaster, PA with Kids:

Buck Motorsports Park – The “Playground of Power”

900 Lancaster Pike, Quarryville, PA 17566, 717-859-4244, 800-344-7855

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Powersports - for today's supercharged family! Over 40 years presenting the best motorsports entertainment at affordable family prices. Championship truck and tractor pulling, monster truck shows, mud bog events, demolition derbies, fireworks, tuff truck competitions, and more! Power, excitement and thrills to appeal to all motorsports fans! See You at the Buck! Visit Website

Painting With a Twist – Fun Art, Not Fine Art

124 S. Centerville Road,   Lancaster, PA 17603,   717-947-7864

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Kids love Painting with a Twist!  We play games, give away prizes, and even sing and dance while helping each child create their own masterpiece!  We provide all painting supplies and artist instructions. No art experience is needed. Simply be ready to have a fun good time!    Visit Website

Chateau Farms Pony Parties

1337 Main Street,   East Earl, PA  17519,   717 - 488-0070

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Create a birthday party that’s memorable, unique, and fun! Invite these adorable ponies to your next party ! We have ponies and unicorns in all sizes from toddlers to teens. We travel anywhere, plus we have a great party room for rental in New Holland, PA.   Visit Website

Waters Edge Mini Golf

230 North Ronks Road, Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505, 717-768-4653

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Escape to Water’s Edge for a serene outing filled with cascading waterfalls, trickling streams, and lush greenery. Visit Annie the llama at the Bird-In-Hand Petting Zoo, take a stroll around the pond and feed the fish, and stop in for a scoop of hand-dipped Turkey Hill ice cream, all at Water’s Edge.  Visit Website

“The World Through Bella’s Eyes: A Pit Bulls Story”

By Peter and Lindsay Harrower

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Have you ever felt misunderstood and alone? Bella the dog was ignored for being different and was afraid to trust anyone. In this inspiring true story, Bella shares her experiences of being cruelly mistreated and left alone to starve to death. But she was rescued and found happiness in a loving home. Easy read, ages 8 and up.   Visit Website

Amish Village

199 Hartman Bridge Road (Route 896), Ronks (Strasburg), PA 17572, 717-687-8511

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Imagine life without the internet or cell phones. Welcome to Amish Country. Treat your family to a guided tour through an authentic farmhouse and learn about the culture and traditions of the Amish.  Enjoy the fresh air exploring the 12-acre property complete with a barnyard of rescued farm animals.   Visit Website


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