Amish farms are found generally in the eastern half of Lancaster County, and over the years that region has given rise to a variety of Amish-related attractions, as well as numerous unrelated destinations.
From traditional art galleries to quirky shops; nightclubs to fine dining; rooftop bars to historic tours – Lancaster is a city of contrasts.
This town in northeast Lancaster County is home to the Ephrata Cloister, a historic site that was once home to a unique monastic settlement known for its art, music and calligraphy. Neighboring Adamstown is known as the antiques capital of the country.
Repeatedly voted the coolest small town in America, Lititz, boasts an array of restaurants, shops and craft breweries in an attractive, historic downtown neighborhood.
The Susquehanna River forms the western border of Lancaster County, and towns like Columbia, Wrightsville and Marietta are great spots to enjoy this waterway.