Amish Horse and Buggy in Lancaster County

Millions of visitors flock to Lancaster County in Pennsylvania every year to visit the many Amish attractions and other type’s of attractions that the area has to offer. You’ll find real Amish farms, gift shops, wood & quilt shops, one-room schoolhouses, buggy rides and more!

In addition to the Amish attractions, you’ll find the Lancaster Outlets (hundreds of outlet stores), the National Christmas Center Museum, Farmer’s Markets, Gift Shops & Souvenir Stores, hundreds of restaurants, theaters, art galleries, museums and all kinds of other things to keep you busy while you’re there.

Amish Horse and Buggy in Lancaster County

We used to live in Lancaster County during the late 1980’s and wow…has it changed over the years! When we lived there…it was a tourist destination, but it has grown 90% more since then! It’s a really nice area to live in or to visit.

One thing that I love to look for when we’re visiting is those beautiful Amish Horse & Buggy’s. While many people think that you’ll only see them in the countryside, that’s only partly true! You’ll also see them in the city and the suburbs too! Take a look at my photo…that’s a buggy sitting right beside a tractor trailer at a red light!

When we lived there year’s ago…we would of never seen a buggy sitting beside a tractor trailer at a major intersection. Wow…things sure have changed! Anyway, just wanted to give you a “small glimpse” of a Amish Buggy and over the coming weeks, I’ll be sharing some additional photos & information with you about one of our recent trips to Lancaster county.

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  1. Susan Hartman says:

    I brought my daughter for a get away when she was about 6 months pregant with her 1st child. We stayed at really cool old factory hotel in Lancaster and did all sorts of fun things. It really is a nice area.

  2. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I would love to visit this area an see the Amish Horse & Buggy’s, vixit the outlets and many other attractions there. I am sure I would love the countryside too.

  3. This is a place that I would love to visit since it seems so different and unique than anything else I have ever experienced. I recall being fascinated by stories about the Amish when I was in school.

  4. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’d love to see Lancaster County. We do have a fairly good-sized Amish community here in KY & I love going to their stores. They have cheeses, handmade furniture, jams, etc. I love that.

  5. The folks still live in the house I grew up in, smack dab in Amish country, where they still have lots of horse and buggies. I’ve not lived there in Ohio/Indiana since the late 80s either, but I’d love to visit the Amish tourist attractions in PA. Looking forward to those pics that will no doubt take me back.

  6. heather says:

    I would so love to visit this area I love the Amish Horse & Buggy’s. I would also love to see their quilts I bet they are amazing.