Learn, explore, and enjoy what the Lord has given us down on the farm
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Step into the world of Amish farmers this spring and summer with our Farm Fun Combo. Our Farm Fun Combo is guided by a member of our family or local Amish community to provide an in-depth understanding of Amish life and farming practices. Our farm tour gives you a hands-on behind-the-scenes look at the daily farm activities and rich Amish culture.
With the Farm Fun Combo, you’ll also explore our garden and taste the seasonal produce, take a hayride around the property, and let the kids have some fun on our Barrel Train ride. Your children will love helping us plant seasonal crops, making this the perfect outdoor activity in spring and summer. Don’t miss out on the opportunity of an authentic Pennsylvania Dutch experience down on the farm.
Discover the best of Amish farm life with our Farm Fun Combo at Old Windmill Farm. Enjoy the beauty of Lancaster County Farmland while learning about Amish culture and tradition. The Farm Fun Combo gives you a hands-on experience of life on the farm, milking cows, feeding calves, seasonal planting in our garden, and outdoor activities that are sure to excite the whole family. Check out our seasonal offerings, such as the Autumn Farmhouse Tour.
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.
The Farm Fun Combo tour runs from spring through summer. In the spring, visitors can expect to see early vegetables like spinach, radishes, and peas and participate in planting the garden. Popcorn on the cob is given to every family during the springtime, which they can take home and shuck to make popcorn. A variety of vegetables are available throughout the summer months.
Yes, the Farm Tour is wheelchair accessible.
Yes, children and adults are encouraged to help plant the garden. The garden tour typically lasts 15 to 20 minutes, and visitors can plant whatever is currently in season.
Depending on the season, visitors can sample a variety of vegetables such as red beets, carrots, potatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, peas, and tomatoes.
In the fall, more broccoli, cabbage, sweet potatoes, and carrots are available for sampling. The tour also includes a discussion on gardening tips and knowledge.
Yes. If there is a thunderstorm during your visit, we will refund your money. In the event of inclement weather causing us to close, we also offer a full refund.
Visitors are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and sneakers, as high heels or similar shoes are not recommended.
Dates and times are limited, so book your tour today!