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Are you looking for an authentic farm tour experience but uncertain about finding one that truly lives up to its promises? We understand your concerns and the challenge of distinguishing a genuine Amish farm experience from a tourist trap.
Explore our farm on one of our tours and actively engage in activities like milking cows, gathering eggs, tending the garden, taking a hayride around the farm and fields and interacting with our friendly farm animals. You can also join us for seasonal tours, such as our Autumn Farmhouse Tour. Our knowledgeable Amish guides provide valuable insights and share their personal experiences, ensuring an authentic and enriching journey into Amish farm life.
So join us at Old Windmill Farm and discover the joys of Amish farm life, connect with nature, and create cherished memories in the heart of Lancaster County.
Old Windmill Farm is an authentic Amish farm in Lancaster County, PA. As a family-run farm, we take great pride in growing and harvesting the food that sustains our family and community. Our belief in caring for what the Lord has given us is not just a way of life but a way to honor God and love our neighbor.
Our farm tours offer a range of hands-on activities, including milking cows, gathering eggs, tending the garden, and interacting with friendly farm animals.
The cost of our farm tours varies depending on the package and group size. Please visit our tour pages or contact us directly for detailed pricing information.
We are closed on Sundays, as it is a day of rest for our Amish community. However, we welcome visitors on other days of the week for an authentic farm experience.
To reach Old Windmill Farm from Route 30, take US-30 E and Lincoln Hwy E until you reach S Ronks Rd in Ronks. Continue on S Ronks Rd and then turn right onto Paradise Ln/T-484. Continue straight on Paradise Ln/T-484, and then make a left turn. Your destination, Old Windmill Farm, will be on the left.
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