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Things To Do on Sundays in Lancaster County

Looking for fun or interesting things to do on a Sunday in Lancaster County? Look here first.

We have included below a variety of attractions and interesting shops and services that are open for your enjoyment on Sundays. Click on their links for more details.

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Hands-On House Children’s Museum of Lancaster

721 Landis Valley Road,   Lancaster, PA 17601,   717-569-KIDS

There's so much to explore at the area's only museum where playing and learning go hand-in-hand. Not-for-profit museum features shared educational experiences that delight kids and parents alike. Self-directed exhibits for adults and children ages 2-10 to explore together. Exhibits include Marty's Machine Shop, E-I-E-I KNOW, Mostly Make-Believe, and more!   Visit website

The Log Cabin – A Tradition of Fine Dining

11 Lehoy Forest Drive,   Leola, PA 17540,  717-626-9999

With a distinguished heritage dating back to 1933, The Log Cabin offers excellent dining amid a country atmosphere. Discover old favorites of steak and lobster along with fresh seafood and various new dishes. Sunday Brunch is popular. A children’s menu is available. Also, outdoor dining and room for private parties.   Visit website

Updraft Aviation: Helicopter Tours of Lancaster County

106 Airport Rd, New Cumberland, PA 17070,  717-279-5876

Experience an unforgettable aerial tour of the serene Lancaster countryside. See the picturesque farmlands, the Susquehanna River, covered bridges, Lancaster City, Hershey, and much more in your private helicopter tour.  What an adventure! Also available are flight training, aerial surveying, engagement flights, aerial photography, and more. Schedule your appointments online.   Visit website

Amish Village

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

Experience the Amish way of life. Take a guided tour of an authentic Amish farmhouse and learn about the customs and traditions of the Plain community. Visit a one-room schoolhouse and shop in the Smokehouse Market where you can meet our Amish staff. Then, grab a selfie inside the Amish buggy.  Visit website

Amish Village Backroads Bus Tours

199 Hartman Bridge Rd. (Rt. 896),   Ronks (Strasburg), PA 17572,   717-687-8511

Take a 90-minute tour through the beautiful backroads of Amish Country in Lancaster PA. Onboard our 14-passenger bus, our expert tour guide narrates the scenic views and shares Amish customs and traditions alive and well today. You’ll even visit an Amish home or business.  To learn more, watch our video.

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