Mount Joy, PA, Lancaster County

Attractions

Lancaster County Visitor Bureau
Hershey’s Visitors Bureau

Restaurants

Outlet Shopping

Antiques

  • Ziegler’s in the Country – (Hershey) Open Thurs– Mon., 9 to 5. On the way to Hershey.
  • Antiques Capital, USA (Adamstown) – Various shops just north of the PA Turnpike entrance on Rt. 272 North. www.antiquescapital.com
  • Burning Bridge Antiques – Located about 10 minutes from the Farm in Columbia. Phone: 717-684-7850. http://www.burningbridgeantiques.com

Farmer’s Markets

  • Central Market www.centralmarketlancaster.com  – Oldest farmer’s market in Lancaster Country (every Tuesday, Friday & Saturday) (14.1MI)
  • Root’s Country Farm Market and Auction www.rootsmarket.com – Over 200 vendors selling locally grown fruits & vegetables, baked goods, antiques, and collectibles (every Tuesday). (9.6MI)

Quilts

  • Hannah’s Quilts. Located on an Amish farm. Open: Mon-Sat. Closed Sundays. 216 Witmer Road, Lancaster, PA. (717) 392-4524.

Theater/Live Performance

  • Sight and Sound Theater. Offers inspirational, bible-based, live stage productions in two theatres. 40-foot tall sets, fabulous period costumes, inspiring scripts, and multimedia special effects are all developed on site. Telephone: (717) 687-7800. www.sight-sound.com
  • Dutch Apple Dinner Theater. Dinner and a Broadway musical. (717)898-1900. www.dutchapple.com

Amish/Mennonite/Regional Information

For History Lovers

  • Landis Valley Museum: A colonial farm village museum depicting 3 centuries of history in Lancaster. Many special events and demonstrations in Lancaster. (717) 569-0401. www.landisvalleymuseum.org
  • National Clock and Watch Museum: An endless and amusing array of clocks in all varieties in Columbia. (717) 684-8261. www.nawcc.org
  • Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania: This state museum has a re-created railroad station and lots of old cars and engines. You can even take a ride on a train across the street at the Strasburg Railroad. Strasburg. (717) 687-8628. www.rrmuseumpa.org
  • The Ephrata Cloisters: Visit the amazingly well-preserved buildings of a semi monastic religious community founded by Seventh-Day Baptists in 1732. Ephrata. 717-733-6600. www.ephratacloister.org
  • Hans Herr House: The 1719 Hans Herr House stands as the oldest structure and the oldest Mennonite meetinghouse in Lancaster County. Willow Street. Phone: 717-464-4438. www.hansherr.org
  • Living the Experience: Reenactment of the Underground Railroad Story of Faith.

Golf Courses

  • Highland Golf Course: Located just a mile from the farm. Phone: 717-653-2048.www.highlandsofdonegal.com
  • Boulder’s Miniature Golf: A fun mini-golf center with a restaurant and ice cream shop, only ten minutes from the Farm. Phone: 717-285-7007.www.bouldersminigolf.com
  • Evergreen Golf: Boasting an 18-hole par 3 Pitch and Putt Course as well as their 18-hole executive course. Located in Manheim near Root’s Farmer’s Market. Phone: 717-898-7852. www.rootsmarket.com/evergreen.asp

Family Activities and Entertainment

Train Related Attactions

Hiking and Biking

Scenic Drives

  • Visit historic PA covered bridges in Lancaster County www.discoverlancaster.com/activities/pa-covered-bridges.asp
  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – 28 miles (42 min.)
  • Hershey, Pennsylvania – 17 miles (27 min.)
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 90 miles (1hr.42min.)
  • Baltimore, Maryland – 70 miles (1hr.15min.)
  • New York, New York – 174 miles (2hr.52min.)
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania – 62 miles (1hr.9min.)
  • Washington D.C. – 110 miles (2hr.37)

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