Amish House & School


The Fisher Family Homestead & One-Room Schoolhouse – A Visitor Landmark for 61 years!

The Amish Country Homestead is a reflection of our commitment to accurately and sensitively portray the Old Order Amish as they live and work in today’s world. We like to think of the Homestead as the home of the fictional Amish family of Daniel and Lizzie Fisher, whom you get to know in the Amish Experience Theater’s “Jacob’s Choice.” Inside the Homestead, you learn of Amish traditions and practices, plain clothing and life without electricity from the grid. The Fisher One-Room School is attached to the house and filled with authentic desks and furnishings from an actual Amish school. You’ll learn the tradition of teaching eight grades in one room. achschool2 From the pantry stocked full of freshly canned vegetables to the family’s plain clothes… from propane-powered lamps to air-compressor driven appliances…the Amish Country Homestead truly provides insights into the complex riddles of a culture so very different from your own.

2020 Tour Times & Pricing  

Homestead tour duration is approximately 45 minutes. Now through 10/31/2020, tours begin every hour, at quarter TO the hour. (Monday-Saturday, First tour: 10:45 AM. Sundays, First tour: 12:45PM; Last tour every day: 4:45PM). In November and December, first tour is at 12:45PM every day, and last tour is at 4:45PM every day. Purchase tickets in Amish Experience theater box office.

$14.25 ages 13 and up

$9.95 ages 4-12

Add “Jacob’s Choice” in the Amish Experience Theater for a discounted combo ticket.  Combo Ticket available online at a further discount.  No coupon code needed.

Purchase tickets for the Homestead in-person at the Amish Experience Box Office. For your best value, purchase the SuperSaver online at least one hour in advance.  It is a savings of over $16 compared to individual pricing, and we pay your service fee!  Tickets are fully refundable up to one hour prior to activity start time.

2020 Hours:

Open daily through November 30, 2020. Open December 5, 12, 19, and 22 – 27, 2020. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and closed 12/28/2020 through mid-March 2021 for our winter off-season.


Officially Designated Lancaster County Heritage Site

Lancaster County has become a national model for its acclaimed Heritage Program, designed to highlight sites and people that authentically interpret the special traditions, cultures, buildings and crafts that exemplify its people.

Your 45-minute personally guided tour of this carefully appointed Old Order Amish House offers fascinating insights into Amish life today. The Homestead is continually updated to reflect current Amish furnishings and styles. The schoolroom is an often photographed visitor favorite.

The designation from the Lancaster County Planning Commission is awarded only to those properties, craftsman and attractions that tell authentic stories that accurately interpret local culture. In this case, the Amish Country Homestead was the first, and remains the only, Amish attraction to receive this prestigious Heritage Site designation.