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The Amish Village

199 Hartman Bridge Road, Ronks, PA 17572, Strasburg, PA 17579
+1 717-687-8511
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Going Amish

We decided to stop by Lancaster County, PA on our road trip from NYC to Washington DC. I grew up... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Singapore, Singapore
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Just a tourist trap

Very expensive tour of an old Amish house where they give you a very short tour of the hose with... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Ken N
Toms River, New Jersey
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The Amish Village is an authentic look at today's Amish lifestyle. Located on 12 scenic acres, The Amish Village lets visitors experience an authentic Amish property, including a one-room schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, smokehouse market and more. To begin an understanding of the Pennsylvania Dutch culture, The Amish Village provides a 25-minute guided farmhouse tour. A 90-minute back roads bus tour is also offered to take you off the beaten path, past working farms and along country roads where buggies roll along and farmers work their fields.
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  • Very good35%
  • Average13%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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199 Hartman Bridge Road, Ronks, PA 17572, Strasburg, PA 17579
+1 717-687-8511
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We decided to stop by Lancaster County, PA on our road trip from NYC to Washington DC. I grew up reading about the Amish folk and the reclusive simple lives they lead, so out of curiosity (and since we were in the vicinity) I insisted...More

Thank StarkGirl
Reviewed 3 days ago

Very expensive tour of an old Amish house where they give you a very short tour of the hose with minimal information about the Amish. After you walk outside of the house there are a few animals and also some buildings which are supposed to...More

Thank Ken N
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This was a nice place to visit when we took a break from Hersheypark. Our tour guide was a young man Riley. He answered questions and was knowledgeable. It was a short tour, just the right amount of time. It was about 25 min. After...More

Thank jmc2122
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This was a last minute decision and it was really fun! It wasnt that expensive and it was fun to run around and see some things before we left for our journey home. My 4 year old thought the nice lady was just there to...More

Thank shannontink
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We took the guided tour of the house and then we wandered around the farm. Our guide was Lydia, not the tattooed lady of Groucho Marks fame, but a delightful young lady whose knowledge of the Amish culture was encyclopedic and up to date. The...More

Thank RepUSA
Reviewed 1 week ago

We toured the village, had informative house tour, and the very informative bus tour. If you have to pick one, the bus tour is a must. We learned so much about the wonderful Amish people who live in Lancaster and elsewhere. It tours the beautiful...More

Thank Harv F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did the bus tour, the house tour and the farm tour. The bus tour was the most educational of them all. 75 minutes around Amish country and making one stop the oldest Amish house which has shop there for buying products but also some...More

1  Thank LAKFL
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did the house and the bus tour. Our house tour guide did a good job of explaining what we saw around the house, but it felt like she was going through the motions, most likely because she gives these tours all the time. The...More

Thank 3amigosmom
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was the most disappointing tourist stop we have had in a long while. We understand this is a representation of Amish culture for the purpose of education. However, our young, inexperienced tour guide, Riley, was not at all invested or personally knowledgeable enough to...More

1  Thank MartySchlenker
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Bus guide Mark has a unique, friendly relationship with Amish people that I found informed and realistic. I could better appreciate all my other encounters in this Amish area after this tour.

Thank Janet L
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11 March 2017|
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Response from cazbgood | Reviewed this property |
I have no idea I live in the uk and we were there for the day. Sorry
Barbara V
8 November 2016|
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Response from Kelli W | Reviewed this property |
Tickets may be purchased on site,and there are many buggy rides in area. Ebey hotel and many restaurant s have the Lancaster Today brochure so you can pick, which buggy ride is for you. The one we took was at Kitchen Kettle... More
10 June 2016|
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Response from Aaron Y | Reviewed this property |
Bus your is 90 minutes long ,you travel along the country roads and Amish farms. When learning about other cultures and way of life and the education you are given it does not have price. It is all worth it.