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The Amish Farm and House

The Amish Farm and House is dog-friendly, as are some of the tours (bus tour, house tour, and farm tour), provided Fido is on a leash. Opened nearly 60 years ago, The Amish Farm and House has hosted travelers from around the world visiting Lancaster County. Experience Lancaster County’s Premier Amish Attraction with our farm and house tours. Visit Website

Or call (717) 394-6185 or email community@amishfarmandhouse.com for more information.

Reviews

BringFido Guest Rating

The Amish Farm and House has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Nicole
    Aug. 26, 2021
    Such a good time

    We had such a good time bringing our pup. We did the house, farm, and bus tour and he was allowed to join for everything. would definitely recommend!

  • Colleen
    Aug. 5, 2021
    Great Experience

    We took our 4 month old puppy here to expose him to new things. The staff was very welcoming- they all seemed to love dogs. We enjoyed the farm and house tour.

  • Natalie
    Jun. 25, 2021
    Amazing Experience

    Super dog friendly from start to finish! Everyone was super friendly and welcoming to not only myself but my pup as well! From the bus tour to the house tour my dog was able to experience the entire day with me! She loved seeing the goats and different animals along the farm as well. I will definitely be back!

  • Beth
    May. 9, 2021
    Great time!!!

    Took our 4 month old pup for her first road trip. First stop was The Amish Farm and House. We just did the farm and house tour. We were not disappointed. Kenzie was warmly welcomed. it was an early weekday so the farm wasn’t busy. She walked all over and saw all kinds of animals. The house tour was a good place for her to have a nice rest, while we learned more about The Amish Culture. Thanks BringFido.Com for the suggestion.

  • Maddy
    Oct. 25, 2020
    Fun for the whole Family

    I took my dog Daisy on the Bus tour (around $26) which includes unlimited time walking around the farm. We checked in and had a few minutes to spare before the bus tour left so we explored the farm a bit. It was an overcast day so the farm was free of crowds and we got to check out all of the goats, llamas, cows, turkeys etc. They have a little stall where you can buy snacks like homemade root beer and soft pretzels. There are also craftspeople who do wood carving and sewing etc in front of you. You can ask them questions and request custom made stuff. There is a self guided tour where you can learn about amish traditions and the history of the farm. And in the back there's a corn maze! The farm is definitely geared towards children but Daisy and I also had a really great time.

    The bus tour was great. I learned a lot about Amish culture and Daisy had fun visiting the working Amish farms. We first stopped at a bakery where they let you browse the store and buy homemade baked goods. Then they take you to a Amish dairy farm where you can see the cows being fed and milked. There's a little store there too where you can buy quilts and other handmade things. The tour guide was very knowledgable and answered all of our questions without hesitation.

    Everyone cooed over Daisy and gave her a lot of love. Bring your own water! We had a great time and definitely recommend it!

  • Joyce
    Jul. 10, 2019
    Exceptional Tour Opportunity!

    My dog, Jake, and I thoroughly enjoyed the bus, farm, and house tours at The Amish Farm and House. The guides were so knowledgeable about the Amish people's culture and were so personable as well. Jake was treated just like another visitor and he was able to take part in all of the activities. What an exceptional opportunity to delve into the Amish lifestyle! Jake and I strongly recommend this high quality educational experience.

  • Tiffany
    Jul. 7, 2019
    Super Dog Friendly

    There’s no place she couldn’t go. Truly dog friendly. On a hot day... make sure you bring your own bowl and water. We took the bus tour, house tour and the farm tour. Our pup was allowed everywhere. Highly recommend!

  • Alyssa
    Oct. 22, 2018
    No restrictions, great tours

    Looking for a cool place to take the family to include your dog? The Amish Farm and House in Lancastef, PA is amazing. I just went there today with my dog. It is a 2 hour drive. There is zero restrictions to dogs. They are allowed everywhere. To include the house tour and the bus tour. I dont recommend the house tour. It was short, boring, noting different or interesting and was just a repeat of a small fraction of what happened on the bus tour. the bus tour takes you to other amish farms and shops and let's you shop around. That one is 90 minutes and well worth it again pets are welcome on it. Booster seats and car seats are provided when needed. It was a lot of fun and I would probably go back again.

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