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Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables all harvested from local farms and brought right to the farmers market. In addition to the fresh produce the market also features baked goods,...
This center is the largest and most comprehensive for Amish culture and information. The Plain and Fancy Restaurant has the largest selection of Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch...
Come and learn the history of American from the 1600's to the present with figures made of wax such as William Penn, Benjamin Franklin, Daniel Boone, George Washington and more.
Dutch Wonderland has been a family-favorite attraction in the Lancaster area for generations. With over 30 rides and attractions plus a petting zoo, minigolf, stage shows, museum...
The model railroad exhibit at the Choo Choo Barn is a must see for visitors to Traintown, U.S.A.
Ride the train with Santa and the Easter Bunny. Thomas the Tank Engine visits 3 times a year. Kids can enjoy handpropelled cars, ride the minature train. Visit the President's...
This museum traces the development of the railroad thru displays of locomotives and rail cars. There is an interactive center, gift shop and more.
Come on out and visit Cherry-Crest Farm, a place where families and individuals of all ages can have a great time while learning a little something about agriculture! We are a...
Pennsylvania German decorative arts, folk culture, textiles, transportation. Historic buildings from early 1800's, print shop and harness shop, tavern, gun shop, implement shed,...
Children's Museum dedicated to helping kids learn and making sure they have lots of fun in the process. The museum is designed for children ages 2-10 years.
Collection of toy trains, primarily tinplate from the 1840's; model trains, related paraphernalia, railroadiana.
Handmade family heirlooms, antique furnishings, folk art collection.
Eastern Market was one of the five Victorian market houses built to serve the cities nineteenth-century population. The New Era account of the opening day stated that: "Every...