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Our trip to Amish Country turned out to be a great 4 days. We drove around on the first day, taking in the views of the beautiful farms and neatly manicured lawns of the Amish homes. The following days we took a buggy ride with...More
Our family loves visiting Amish Country in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We enjoy visiting the Amish attractions and buying their food and goods. Definitely a warm, friendly, hospitable region. When you visit this area, you are in the mindset to unwind and take it easy. Take...More
Go and visit the amish countryside. Stop in at some of the road side stands for home grown produce and baked goods along with handmade crafts. Learn about the culture and life of the Amish in their ways.
We had a family reunion outside of Gap on Old Philadelphia Pike. We had Amish neighbors and saw buggies pass the property all day long. It was a sweet reminder of simpler times. We got lots of waves and smiles from kind Amish people.
We recently drove thru Amish country. We found that it was difficult to find many Amish folks. Although we did not join any tours, we thought a leisurely drive would have sufficed. Much to our surprise we saw very few Amish and only after we...More
As a lover of scenic country views, this area is totally full of them once you head off the busy highways. Fortunately, many of the side roads are well-marked so you are unlikely to find yourself lost. There are countless farms and roadside stands where...More
you visit the amish village and you learn how they live. they are a milk farmers and they are so ancient because they travel with the horses carriage and bicycle. do not take photo of them, they will try to hide their face and they...More
We love traveling to Lancaster County, PA to visit Amish country. We've visited 3 times in the course of 15 months. The Amish have a warm hospitality and love teaching about their way of life. In addition, they are highly skilled bakers. From chocolate chip...More
I have been visiting the Amish Country for decades and have since lost count of how many times I have visited the area. The scenery is more breathtaking than pictures can show, the relaxation is more than words can every describe and immersing in the...More
My hubby and I enjoyed seeing the countryside outside of Lancaster this past May. The best route was traveling from eastern Lancaster towards New Holland. Lovely scenery and plenty of farms which is what are you looking for... More
My hubby and I enjoyed seeing the countryside outside of Lancaster this past May. The best route was traveling from eastern Lancaster towards New Holland. Lovely scenery and plenty of farms which is what are you looking for, right? Roads are windy so look out for the Amish buggies.