Amish country lifestyle and culture is one of the most unique and interesting found anywhere. It can be seen throughout Lancaster County, home to the oldest Amish settlement in the U.S. Whether you are interested in Amish quilts, Amish culture or you just love to see the countryside, innkeepers Pam and Dallas can provide resources and maps to help make your Amish Country visit more complete.
Here are some links and resources for experiencing the Amish and Mennonites:
The Mennonite Information Center is located in the heart of the Amish and Mennonite communities of Lancaster County, the second-largest Amish settlement in the world.
The Book Shoppe One of the finest collections of books about the Amish and Mennonites!
Aaron and Jessica's Buggy Rides Take a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride or buggy ride through Amish farm country.
Lancaster County is known for its quality hand-crafted quilts mostly made by the Amish and Mennonite women. These quilts are both works of art and luxury bedding. You can find heirloom quality treasures in many places from Amish farm markets to quaint quilt shops to artist galleries.
See a great list of quilt shops by visiting the Quilts from Lancaster County in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Quilt & Textile Museum includes the finest collection of authentic 18th through 20th century Amish quilts, decorative needlework, clothing and other textile arts all indigenous to this region.