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Two Amish women travel by horse-drawn carriage through the Manheim Township village of Oregon on Oct. 3, 2018. At left is the Olde Oregon Farmhouse, a bed and breakfast.

There are an infinite number of ways to explore all that Lancaster County has to offer, but if you're looking for specific ways to see the best of what the area has to offer, check out our series of itineraries. Whether it's for the family, a date night or anything in between, we've got you covered.

MORNING

FARM AND PONY SHOW:

Combine miniature horses and a shop for homemade Amish wares, and you’ve got a perfect morning at the Li’l Country Store and Miniature Horse Farm.

Li’l Country Store and Miniature Horse Farm, 264 Paradise Lane, Ronks; 717-687- 8237; lancasterminihorses.com.

AFTERNOON

SADDLE UP: See the sights of Amish country on a genuine buggy ride around scenic Lancaster County.

Aaron & Jessica’s Buggy Rides, 3121 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand; 717-768- 8828; amishbuggyrides.com.

EVENING

POUR ONE: While it might not be as exciting as an Amish teenager’s own rumspringa experience, Rumspringa Brewing Co. offers a dozen beers.

Rumspringa Brewing Co., 3174 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand; 717-768-7194; lancaster-gallery.com.

DINNER

DINNER THEATER: Take in a meal and a show at the Bird-in- Hand Stage. “Stolen,” a mystery play set in the world of the Amish, runs multiple times and dates from May 1 to Oct. 23.

Bird-in-Hand Stage, 2760 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in- Hand; 717-768-1568; bird-in- hand.com