Although the countryside is beautiful, travellers should be aware that their visit to an Amish area is now an orchestrated, touristy farce which is disappointing & not really worthwhile. We were taken to a group of outdoor shops, few of which had Amish workers, & not enough time was allocated to shopping there anyway. The few Amish that you do speak to, are not traditional, as those who are, would not be part of the money making exercise that this has become. Even the buggy driver only worked 3 days a week & did not even own a farm anymore. I would not bother doing such a tour again as there is little authenticity. However if you are really desperate to learn about the Amish, it would be better to spend a few days in Lancaster and actually experience it locally without the orchestrations of a tour company.
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