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Lancaster attractions include amusement parks, buggy rides, interactive farms, train attractions, pretzel and chocolate factories, local sports and so much more.
Explore our Amish community with a personal tour guide in your own car, or with others in a mini-coach and let the driving to us. If you prefer to sightsee by air or by horse and buggy, we've got options for you too! Afterwards, explore the many Amish-themed attractions, and events, shop for hand-made Amish crafts.
- Aaron and Jessica's Buggy Rides
- Amish Farm and House Countryside Tours
- Amish Village
- Amish Experience Theater
Find yourself in awe, in stitches or singing along as stories come to life on stages throughout Lancaster County. You'll find a variety of theatres featuring musical, dramatic, spiritual and comedy productions, as well as dinner theater and interactive experiences.
Downtown Lancaster is situated in the center of Lancaster County, and is packed with art, museums, historical attractions, restaurants and cafes, theatres, shops and boutiques.
- Lancaster Central Market
- North Museum of Nature and Science
- The 300 Block of North Queen Street
- Lancaster Science Factory
Lancaster County is the birthplace of the whoopie pie, and is famous for traditional homemade Pennsylvania Dutch style cooking. The hearty and welcoming cuisine that we're known for now proudly shares the stage with an eclectic collection of casual eateries, quaint cafes, unique international restaurants and fine dining.
Explore all there is to do in Lancaster County when you're away from the court, field, or pitch!
“Lancaster County is the perfect location to host an event. The area gives teams a great selection of lodging options, restaurants, places to shop, and entertainment to enjoy when not at the ball field. Our coaches, players, and family members always enjoy the trip to Lancaster for a weekend of baseball and to experience the Amish community.”
— Andy Hansen
Triple Crown Sports