It's evidenced by the dawn-til-dusk farm lifestyle that the rest of the country knows us for. It can be seen in the solid wood Amish-built furniture that stays in families for generations, only getting better with age. And you'll find it in countless shops, kitchens, workspaces and storefronts all over the county, whose owners and proprietors put the love for their craft into every item that walks out the door.
Use the map below to plan your adventure. Pick up your Made in Lancaster Shopping Trail Book at the Discover Lancaster Visitors Center at 501 Greenfield Road for $5. Use the special offers in the book at a minimum of six participating shops to get them stamped, and return it to the Discover Lancaster Visitors Center (marked in blue below) to earn a Lancaster Shopping Trail t-shirt. Don't worry - you'll get your Passport back as a souvenir, too.
Use the hashtag #MadeinLancaster along the way to share your discoveries!
Half-Stitched, live on the Bird-in-Hand Stage
Cultures collide when six loose threads and an Amish widow spend a weekend together learning a little about quilts, and a lot about themselves.find out more
Bird-in-Hand Bakery & Cafe
Handcrafted sandwiches and casual cuisine, baked goods, artisan ice cream, coffee and a gourmet specialty marketfind out more