Posted: 06/25/2024 | by Kara

Kosher Restaurants and Activities Lancaster, PA

Lancaster, PA is a welcoming destination for all, with foods and activities that appeal to a variety of cultures. Although famous for Amish attractions and PA Dutch Food, Lancaster boasts a variety of cuisine options, including several attractions and eateries to accommodate kosher lifestyles.

Restaurants and Activities

Kauffman Orchards
3097 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird in Hand, PA 17505

Stop at Kauffman Orchards, certified kosher by Lancaster County Kosher, and pick a variety of fresh seasonal fruits. While you’re there, feed the on-site chickens, goats, and pigs. Don’t have time to stroll around the orchard? Check out market locations in Bird-in-Hand and Lancaster Central Market.

Dutch Country Soft Pretzels
2758 Division Hwy Ste 1, New Holland, PA 17557

Pick up a Kosher Certified Dutch Country Soft Pretzel Kit and hand-twist your own authentically Dutch pretzels! Check out the Dutch Country Soft Pretzels website for more Pretzel Kit recipes, including pizza crust, pretzel pockets, and monkey bread.

KIVO

Ben Franklin Dining Hall 415 Harrisburg Ave. Lancaster, PA 17603

KIVO (which stands for kosher, international, vegan, and organic) is an all-you-care-to-eat, dine-in eatery located on the campus of Franklin and Marshall College. Choose from a variety of tasty foods, including both Glatt and Parve options. KIVO is open to the public during F&M's school year, so be sure to check their academic calendar before you go!

Attractions

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm
150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks, PA 17572

During spring, summer, and fall, enjoy seasonal activities such as corn mazes, wagon rides, and interactions with baby animals. When you’re ready for a snack, Cherry Crest offers many kosher options, including soft pretzels, limited slushy flavors, soft serve ice cream, certain hand-dipped ice cream flavors, and more!

Turkey Hill Experience

Turkey Hill Experience 301 Linden Street Columbia, PA 17512

Founded over 85 years ago in Lancaster County, Turkey Hill treats are now enjoyed all over the country. Visit the Turkey Hill Experience and mix your own flavor of ice cream, learn from a Turkey Hill Tea Expert, and milk a mechanical cow. Look forward to unlimited samples of ice cream and tea products! Apart from the Decadent Delights Bars, all Turkey Hill products are certified kosher.

Hersheypark
100 Hersheypark Dr, Hershey, PA 17033

Founded over 110 years ago by Milton Hershey, creator of Hershey’s Chocolate, Hersheypark is home to over a dozen roller coasters, a waterpark, and sweet chocolate-themed attractions. Take a break from roller coaster riding and grab lunch at Hersheypark’s Kosher Food Truck. Choose from burgers, fries, hot dogs, chicken strips, and more! Later, enjoy a treat at one of Hersheypark’s kosher stands, including Rita’s, Dip ‘N Dots, and slushies.

Hershey’s Chocolate World

101 Chocolate World Wy, Hershey, PA 17033

There’s nothing that smells quite as sweet as stepping through the doors of a chocolate factory. Learn how chocolate is made on the Hershey’s Chocolate World tour, take a ride on the Hershey Trolley, and create your own candy bar (this activity is certified kosher). Nearly all Hershey Chocolate products and some non-chocolate products are certified kosher by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregation. Check for the OU symbol on the package to verify a candy’s kosher certification.

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