The Amish Experience is open every day in November, and the following days in December – The 4th, 11th, 18th, and daily December 23 through 31, with the exception of Christmas Day.

The Amish Experience is open every day in November, and the following days in December – The 4th, 11th, 18th, and daily December 23 through 31, with the exception of Christmas Day.

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Amish Experience Box office hours are 9:30am-5:00pm Monday through Saturday.  11:30am-5:00pm Sundays.  Call 717-768-8400 or Email Clinton@AmishExperience.com.

The Amish Experience – 3121 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505.

2021 is our 62nd year presenting guided tours of the Amish Farmlands, tours of Lancaster County’s only officially designated “Heritage Site” Amish House & One-Room School, and the spectacular Amish Experience Theater five-screen production of Jacob’s Choice.  Reservations are now available.  Book with confidence and flexibility as all reservations can be changed or cancelled without penalty and are fully refundable up 24 priors to the start of your activity.  Reservations are not required.  You can also choose to simply walk in and get tickets for the next available tour. 

Masks are not required at the Amish Experience.

THEATER

Join Jacob Fisher and the rest of his fictional Amish family to discover what it means to be Amish in the compelling five-screen, special-effect film, “Jacob’s Choice.” Learn more…

AMISH HOUSE & SCHOOL

Tour the Amish Country Homestead & One-room School for a guided look at how Lancaster’s Amish of today live at home. Discover life without electricity, plain dress, and one-room school education. Learn more…

FARMLANDS

Explore back country roads through Amish farmland with expert local guides.  Ride in comfort onboard our climate-controlled 14 passenger minibuses for a 90 minute guided tour.
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Amish VIP (Visit-in-Person) Tour

Visit three authentic Amish farms not normally open to visitors.  Go inside an Amish dairy farm at milking time, discover how Amish who don’t farm make a living running small businesses, and sit down in an Amish home to ask questions first-hand. Learn more…