Area Lancaster County PA Attractions
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Food & Dining
Only a mile or two away, this famous Lancaster County PA attraction is a great place to do your food shopping, see some local color & dine at the famous smorgasbord. reviews
Another classic Lancaster eatery where you can also do your food shopping. If you prefer someplace smaller than Shady Maple, this is a good alternative (3.5 miles). reviews
Award winning cheese is made and sold here in a country store environment. There’s also a cozy cafe offering breakfast, lunch & dinner (6 miles). reviews
Great ice cream shop also featuring soups, sandwiched and salads (5 miles). reviews
A local diner just a hop, skip and jump away – for those who like a casual meal with the locals
(2.5 miles). reviews
Authentic Colombian restaurant in the nearby town of Ephrata (10 miles). reviews
This one’s a bit further away but is one of only Amish owned restaurants in the U.S. – so well worth a visit. They serve authentic Amish cooking and are located in the town of Narvon (17 miles). reviews
Fine dining in an historic and attractive setting for a meal to remember (14 miles). reviews
One-of-a-kind homemade baby and toddler clothing made by local Mennonite women (1.5 miles).
Serving the local community for over 50 years and located near the Shady Maple Farm Market, Good’s Store offers a large selection of household goods, clothing, fabrics, toys, sporting goods, hardware and garden supplies and much more (1.5 miles).
The Goodville Fabric Outlet is known for their great selection of unique fabrics, low prices, quilting supplies and excellent customer service (1.5 miles).
Handmade Amish quilts and other wonderful handcrafted gift items on a lovely Amish farm in the town of Leola (9 miles).
Featuring over 40 unique shops and eateries and located in the tourist destination town of Intercourse, Kitchen Kettle Village offers attractions for young and old alike (10 miles).
One of Lancaster County’s premier antique shops, White Horse Mill Antiques is housed in a restored former grist mill and features a wonderful collection of rural American antiques and folk art (8.5 miles).
Intercourse is one of the top destinations of Lancaster County and features shops, restaurants, Amish buggy rides and many other attractions to delight and surprise anyone interested in Pennsylvania Dutch culture (10 miles).
Bird-in-Hand is another Lancaster County classic. It’s plentiful shops, restaurants, Amish attractions and musical dramas are at the top of many Lancaster County tourist to-do lists (14 miles).
One of the most famous Lancaster County PA attractions, the Sight & Sound Theatre is a Christian theater company located in the lovely town of Strasburg. Visitors come from all over the United States to experience the top-notch productions at their 2000 seat Millenium Theater (17 miles).
Take a ride on a steam train through the rolling hills and beautiful farmland of Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
A visit to this Lancaster County purveyor of Ice Cream offers interactive exhibits allowing you to learn about dairy culture, the story of Turkey Hill Dairy, and how the company’s ice cream and iced tea flavors are selected and created (31 miles).
One of Pennsylvania’s “sweetest” attractions which draws families from far and near (46 miles – about an hour drive).
An amusement park and much more, this is a favorite for children of all ages (46 miles – about an hour drive).