Covered Bridges in Lancaster, PA

Explore over 25 covered bridges in Lancaster County.

Just the sight of covered bridges brings to mind thoughts of old charm and romance. And in Lancaster County, the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, we have plenty of both! Sometimes referred to as “kissing bridges” because of the many couples who have strolled across them over the years, our area offers more than two dozen of these architectural beauties – each with its own story.

We've developed five driving tours of covered bridges in Lancaster County. Each set of directions includes several historic covered bridges, ideas for things to do along the way, and unique Lancaster County towns and villages lined with restaurants, shops, galleries, and attractions. To download a PDF of our driving tours with suggested stops along the way, click here.


Photo of Jackson's Sawmill Covered Bridge If you're interested in following our tours on Google Maps, select from the choices below for region-specific directions to the covered bridges:

 

Promoting the interest and preservation and restoration of historic covered bridges in Pennsylvania, the Theodore Burr Covered Bridge Society offers even more information about our beautiful bridges. 

Aaron & Jessica's Buggy Rides

Aaron & Jessica's Buggy Rides

Ride like the Amish do through all-Amish areas. Ask about our private rides! Open 7 days a week. Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9:30AM-5PM & Sunday: 10AM-4PM

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Rails & Ales

Rails & Ales

Something great is brewing! It’s Rails & Ales, Saturday, April 6. Join us for this amazing evening of craft beer among the historic trains in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania!

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