The Renaissance Faire
the warmth of our cozy B&B's. Take in a Medieval Feast at
Bube's Brewery, or if there is snow on the ground, venture
outside for an Amish sleigh ride.
that special person to a romantic B&B getaway during the "Love
Month"! Take in a show and buffet at the Dutch Apple Dinner
Theater or shop the outlets for bargains.
special taste of Lancaster, your favorite B&B can arrange
dinner with an Amish family. Or take in a mudsale at a local
firehall, a Lancaster County spring tradition.
brings tulips, daffodils, and hyacinth to the local farmers
markets. Take time out to find that special collectible you've
been hunting for at the antique extravaganza in Adamstown. Or
sign-up for a quilting seminar at the Quilters Heritage
the Amish plow and plant their fields with their six-mule teams.
Celebrate Heritage Month at the Bank Museum and The Cloisters.
Enjoy funnel cakes and whoopie pies at local town carnivals.
Top-rated destination for outdoor enthusiasts, Lancaster offers
a wonderful variety of hiking, biking, and walking trails down
back country roads, parks, and old railroad beds. Come celebrate
craft, food, and folk fairs and sample fresh strawberries,
raspberries, and cherries. Enjoy a buggy ride that will take you
past Amish quilts hung out on clothes lines and give you a
chance to watch Amish farmers harvest wheat.
our country's birthday with an open air concert and fireworks at
Long's Park. Enjoy dinner theater in the woods, a round of top
rated miniature golf at the Village Greens, and a scrumptious
breakfast at your favorite B&B.
down for the hazy, hot, lazy days of August in the cool comfort
of our B&B's. Meander down a country road where cornfields
are high and Amish children sell produce in little roadside
stands. Take along a picnic basket and sample some wine from
Nissley's Vineyard at "Music Under the Stars,"
featuring light jazz.
your B&B early for fall - it's our busiest time of the year.
Experience the Renaissance Faire, the Amazing maize Maze, or an
olde-time steam engine ride through our Amish farmland.
|| Go on a
hayride on a farm where you can pick your own pumpkin. Visit a
local farmer's market for homemade blue-ribbon pies, jellies,
and mums. Only in Lancaster County can you find our annual "Bridge
Bust," where we close the Wrightsville Bridge over the
Susquehanna River to car traffic. Wander for a mile and a half
past antique, craft, and flea market stands.
is wedding month for our Amish neighbors. The cool days invite
you to search out our native farm stands, overflowing with
pumpkins, gourds, apples, pears, hay bales, and cornstalks.
comes to shop at outlets, craft stores, markets, and the Petit
Museum of Musical Boxes. After you "shop till you drop,"
there are concerts and holiday house tours galore. Our B&B's
are filled with sights and sounds of the Christmas season.