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The Amish Experience Theater & Country Homestead & Schoolhouse Combo Tour, Amish family
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Shopping, Outlet Malls, Arts & Crafts, and Dutch Markets in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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It shouldn't surprise you that you'll find a massive amount of outlet deals when you visit to Lancaster; the area is home to the first outlet shopping center. In addition to the many brand name bargains, the area also offers traditional malls, farmer's markets, and more fun activities.


Outlet Malls in Lancaster


  • Rockvale Square Outlets. It's a shopaholic's wildest dream (or worst nightmare). This outlet mall offers 120 brand name outlet stores featuring names like Nike, Lenox, Nautica, Jones New York, Pflatzgraff and more. Take a break from shopping to refuel at Ruby Tuesday or the Cracker Barrel.
  • Tanger Outlet Center. This center offers visitors even more savings opportunities. Choose from over sixty brand-name stores, or shop them all. You'll find names like Polo Ralph Lauren, Coach, Liz Claiborne, Brook's Brothers and Banana Republic.
  • Casio Factory Outlet. The Casio Factory Outlet brings you name-brand Casio products at deep-discount prices.
  • VF Village Outlet. Head on over to the nearby town of Reading and experience the mall where outlet shopping was born. You'll find names like Liz Claiborne, Coach, Tommy Hilfinger, Etienne Aigner, EasySpirt, Bass, Rawlings and more--all at half off the lowest ticketed price.


Shopping Malls in Lancaster


  • Park City Center. Come shop over 1.4 million square feet of your favorite merchants and brands. The enclosed mall is home to names like Gap, Aeropostale, The Disney Store, Victoria's Secret, American Eagle Outfitters and more.
  • Kitchen Kettle Village. This unique shopping center is located in the nearby village of Intercourse and features 32 specialty shops that surround the center's famous jam and relish kitchen. Visit stores like Lupe's Baby Boutique, Village Quilts and Candles, Peddler's Cottage and more.


Markets in Lancaster


  • Central Market. Visit the country's oldest farmer's market. Here you can purchase foods that are specialties of the region such as Pennsylvania Dutch sausage, scrapple, headcheese, chowchow and butter pickles.


Arts & Crafts in Lancaster


  • Amish Farm and House Gift Shop. At the Amish Farm and House Gift Shop, you can find a variety of locally made items such as braided rugs, wood toys, jams and jellies, Amish cookbooks and more.

Book your lodging today and enjoy the beautiful area on your next vacation to Lancaster, PA!

The Amish Experience Theater & Country Homestead Combo Tour
This tour was very enjoyable and the movie was really educational. I knew that amish teens could go out in the world, but not for that long. The only way it would have been better is that if the homestead tour had been of an actual amish home and school. It was really nice, too, that you could catch a buggy tour right down the street and our guide was very knowledgeable. I would definitely go here again!
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-- Jen Loscomb - Salisbury, MD
The Amish Experience Theater & Country Homestead Combo Tour
The entire tour was very educational. Our tour guide was great! Those straight back bench seats in the theater gotta go! You are sitting on a downward angle with no place for your body to go. I felt very uncomfortable!
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-- Deb Lennex - Parma, OH
The Amish Experience Theater and Country Homestead Tour Combo - Bird-in-Hand, PA
Loved everything about this amish experience!The film,jacobs choice,gave an inside look into the life of an amish family & the human decisions that they are faced with.It also gave a historical back round ,which was very interesting.The film was shown in a barn setting,which also added to the experience.The film was then followed by a guided tour of the actual homestead.The tour guide was very informative.I suggest this experience to anyone!It really makes you think about the world we live in.There was also a fantastic gift shop on the premises,along with a couple amish-run stores.We also ate at the restaurant on the premises.If you decide to eat there,choose the family style sit down meal over choosing the menu.You'll be able to try all the varieties of food and will meet some really interesting people.We ended up with some new friends.There is also a buggy ride available on the premises.That was also a worthwhile trip.It took you right onto an amish farm.Let's me just put it this way,we were thinking we would be done with this experience in a couple hours.Well,we were there for 6 hours!We don't regret a thing!
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-- Elise Schweickhard - Niagara Falls, NY
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