Since 1955, the Amish Farm and House has been Lancaster’s authentic Amish sightseeing and educational experience. Open daily, year-round.
Tour our historic 1805 farmhouse that was last occupied by an Amish family. Your knowledgeable guide will explain the Amish history, traditions, clothing, modern customs and culture as you see the different rooms of the house.
Explore our 15-acre farm which was deeded from William Penn in 1715. Our farm features historic barns, out buildings, an original blacksmith shop, a wide variety of farm animals, an original covered bridge, water wheels, the Willow Lane One-Room Schoolhouse and so much more!
Take a step further...take the Countryside Bus Tour! Our Countryside tour gives you an up-close look at the Amish lifestyle. Join us as we wander down less-traveled roads through the picturesque countryside. Keep your camera ready as you see schoolhouses, barns, buggies, farms and historic homes. Enjoy a visit to a quaint Amish shop (when available).
Since opening in 1955, we have strived for authenticity, accuracy, and most importantly, respect when interpreting the Amish lifestyle.
We were the first tourist attraction in Lancaster County. While many have tried to copy, no one can come close. Generations have visited...now it's YOUR turn!