known as the Garden Spot of America or PA Dutch Country, provides
a glimpse into this authentic Pennsylvania Dutch town located on
US Route 30 in south central Pennsylvania. As the oldest inland
town in America, the area is steeped in Amish heritage and in many
ways is a place where time stands almost still.
Lancaster County is a popular tourist destination,
due mostly to the many plain sect residents, known as the Amish
or PA. The term 'Pennsylvania Dutch' comes from the earlier use
of "Dutch" to apply to all immigrants from Europe speaking
German. There is no better place in the country to experience the
various forms of Amish culture. People living in these quaint villages’
stage reenactments and visitors will find antiques, arts and crafts
of all kinds.
Pennsylvania attracts more and more visitors year after year
by its Hospitality. Lancaster County - PA Dutch Country has to offer
you to feel you the comfort of Home Away From Home by Lancaster
Hotels/Motels/Inns, Bed and Breakfast, Resorts,
Farm Bed and Breakfast, Vacation Rentals and Cabins, Campgrounds.
The relaxed environment in PA Dutch Country promotes
a laid back attitude and slow paced lifestyle. Horse and buggy are
the most popular form of transportation in this county. Buggy rides
are offered by several family owned operations. The Amish Farm and
House on Lincoln Highway East is a work farm. Visitors are invited
to stop by and view the barns and farm animals. Visitors will love
to visit popular attraction including Theatres, Amusement Park,
Maize Farm, Pennsylvania Rail Road and many more Lancaster
in Lancaster; Shop Lovers describes Lancaster Pennsylvania
as a Shopping Paradise. Enjoy your shopping at more than 200 Outlet
Stores (Where you can not beat the deal), Malls, Amish Quilts and
Amish Made Furniture and at Local Shops.
People who are interested in purchasing authentic
crafts will find a wide variety of furniture, quilts and foods.
Mennonite and Amish women have been crafting intricate quilts since
the mid 19th century. These items are symbols of frugality serving
not only as warmth in the winter but also as a source of entertainment
for those who create them.
Country Food – Lancaster County Pennsylvania has to
offer a lot options for food from Dutch Cuisine, Family Style Dinning,
Smorgasbords, International Cuisine, Fine Dining and even you can
enjoy Dinner with Amish Family.
The Lancaster County region is ideal for people
who want to explore the countryside. Amish Lancaster County Pennsylvania
has 28 covered bridges which is the largest share having Covered
bridges than anywhere else in the world.