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The Amish Village is an authentic look at today's Amish lifestyle. Located on 12 scenic acres, The Amish Village lets visitors experience an authentic Amish property, including a one-room schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, smokehouse market and more. To...more
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199 Hartman Bridge Road, Ronks, PA 17572, Strasburg, PA 17579
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Wonderful tour through the Amish countryside. We booked the premium package tour including guided Amish house tour and bus tour through the farmland. We pet the animals in the farmhouse, drank row milk, stopped at a Amish business and enjoying knowing about costumes...More
During a relaxing, solo getaway weekend, I decided to do the Amish Village premium package tour. It costs $29, but an experienced well worth it.
Fred was our bus tour guide who drove us around the back roads and showed us many Amish houses, businesses,...More
Margaret made the bus tour so interesting. Her love for her “600 Amish friends” was truly apparent! She speaks of the Amish culture with a unique endearing heart. It just made our experience so much more real. Two thumbs up and highly recommend!
We chose the Amish Village over the other place on the recommendation of a friend and the ratings on here. We arrived right after opening and were able to go on the first house tour of the day followed by the first bus tour of...More
The Amish Village does a bus tour (premium) is simply a house tour. Do the bus tour and try to get Wayne. He knows the Amish and their customs and explains them with great gusto and a sincere affection for the Amish. The bus takes...More
I was hesitant to visit this attraction thinking it would be very "touristy." However, we were given a very informative tour of a typical Amish home and visited the barn and grounds. We didn't take the bus tour. We learned a lot about the Amish...More
Hey...Guys this is the Tour to book..You want to know everything about the Amish you need to know. This is it ....The Bus Guides (Wayne) can answer every question you have...the the Tour stops at an "actual" Amish Farm Stand...you will never get closer to...More
We were wanting to see Amish farmlands while in PA and thoroughly enjoyed the tour! The driver was very knowledgeable about the Amish way if life , enjoyed his interesting facts along the way. Stopped at an Amish farmstand and were able to sample baked...More
This will be our first time visiting Hershey (second week of July). We have 2 small children (ages 2 & 7). We will be there for 3 days. Can you give me feedback good or bad about the following: 1. La Quinta Inn (not the one near airport) nice place? Would you recommend it? 2. Does it pay to get the meal plan? 3. Nice places to eat either in Hershey Park or outside area? 4. After leaving Hershey, we were thinking of going to Julius Sturgis Pretzel Factory? Worth the trip? or Not? 5....More
July 01, 2013|
Sturgfs is fun, but will not take long(your kids basically twist a piece of Playdoh into a pretzel shape, and you then get to buy real pretzels). Amish Village is o ne of three recreated Amish Farms (Amish Farm and Amish Homestead being the others)Your kids will probably enjoy it. There are farm animals and a recreated Amish schoolhouse, with a retired Amish school teacher(except on Sundays) Just understand there will be no other actual Amish on site. Other kid freindly Activities near...More
Which Amish House and Farm to visit (1 Replies)
I am having trouble deciding whether to go to the Amish Experience in Bird in Hand, the Amish Village in Ronks or the Amish Farm and House in Lancaster. We would not be doing a bus tour as part of our visit. I am traveling with my almost 90 year old mom. She can walk several blocks and can climb a few stairs. So is one of these sites better than another. Thanks in advance for your replies.
July 18, 2016|
Well, its been some years since I have been to any of them You realize, of course that there are no Amish at any of these I do believe they all do a good job of explaining how the Amish live. I think Amish Village has the nicest setting, Amish Farm the least (It's next to a target Amish Homestead has the advantage of other attractions on siteJacob's Choice a well done multimedia presentation of the choice faced by all Amish young adults- whether to join the church or leave the only way of...More
Visiting Amishes and surroundings. Advice needed. (18 Replies)
Hello All, We are planning a several days visit to the Amish Village + surroundings. Going with kids: 5 (girl), 9 (girl) and 12 (boy) years old. What places would you recommend to visit? Now I can only think of Amish Village and Dutch Wonderland. What else? We can go for 3-5 days. Thank you!
August 07, 2017|
Forgot to add that the trip is being planned for this August.