Group Farm Tours

Amish Farm Tours For Groups, Busses, Field Trips, and More!

Experience the genuine sights, sounds, and smells of our humble Amish farm.

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Discover the Authentic Charm of Amish Farm Life

If you’re seeking an authentic Amish experience for your larger group or bus, look no further. Explore our charming farm, encounter friendly animals, seasonal tours such as our Autumn Farmhouse Tour, indulge in delectable treats fresh from our garden, and so much more. Old Windmill Farm is the ideal destination for groups in the Lancaster, PA area, where genuine Amish activities come to life.

Embrace our family-friendly atmosphere as we curate activities specifically designed to cater to the ages and interests of your group. Immerse yourselves in the day-to-day activities of authentic Amish life, creating lasting memories that will stay with you long after your visit.

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Two Donkeys Pulling A Wagon During An Group Amish Farm Tour At Old Windmill Farm In Ronks, Pa

Group Farm Tour Overview

Tailor-Made for Your Group

At Old Windmill Farm, we welcome groups and bus trips of all sizes and ensure an unforgettable experience tailored just for you. Feed a calf, milk a cow, gather eggs, churn butter, make seasonal applesauce, apple cider, and more – it’s all possible when you join us down on the farm!

So, get ready to immerse yourselves in the wonders of authentic Amish living. For a customized group experience, please call ahead and make a reservation. By doing so, we can ensure that your visit to Old Windmill Farm is personalized to match your group’s specific interests and preferences. Book your unforgettable group adventure today!

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What Our Guests Are Saying

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Absolutely INCREDIBLE! If you have any doubts about coming here, do not! As for location, this farm along with several other activities are all alone the same road, making it easy to go from spot to spot. The tour was the highlight of our entire trip! We milked a cow, collected eggs from a coop, bottle fed calves, held baby goats and bunnies, fed horses, and learned about the Amish farm life! Our favorite part was the dogs that run around and love attention from the guests. They even follow the hayride! So cute! Our tour guide, Rosie, was wonderful and made sure we were all having a good time while telling our group some great information about the farm! We had the best time ever at the Old Windmill Farm, and I look forward to coming back!
Laurie S.
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Highly recommend it !!!! This place is amazing. If you are looking for a true amish experience, this is it. We brought our 18month old daughter and she LOVED IT (so did we).We got the whole package . We picked the vegetables from the garden, met and feed all the amazing farm animals (chickens, goats, sheep, pigs, cows , and bunnies). We went mid June and there were so many baby animals. Martha,our tour guide, was amazing!! So friendly and kind. She was very knowledgeable and really made our visit one to remember. We can’t wait to come back next year and see all the animals and the amazing Martha .Telling all our friends and family that the farm is a must see if in the area.
Monica M.
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Visited today with my husband and we both loved it!! . We did the basic farm tour and lovedddd all the baby animals especially the Pygmy goats. Gideon was our tour guide and he was very nice. We got to feed the horses, calves, goats, chickens, hold some pigs, bunnies and chickens and Gideon even put a chicken on my shoulder and head!! Then the tour ended with a brief hayride (Gideon gave us the opportunity to ask any questions but we didn’t have any, we were just thrilled with getting to interact with all of the animals). Loved it here and hope to come again one day, highly recommend!!!
Danielle A.
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We really enjoyed this farm tour, especially our four-year-old daughter! She was absolutely enthralled with all the baby animals, and we all appreciated how hands-on and participatory the tour is. Even the smallest kids get the full experience! Our daughter was allowed to hold and feed the animals and even drove the hay ride. She really loved drinking milk straight from the cow! This is a great tour for families, since it's more focused on the animals than on the minutiae of farm operations, but still plenty fun and informative for adults. I highly recommend this one- we felt like it was a fantastic value and a fabulous time!
Miriam L.
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We were a family of 5 with children ranging between 6 years and 18 months. There was something for everyone and the hands on experience was a blast! We got to hold farm animals, ride a horse drawn hay wagon, help with barn chores such as milking the cows and bottle feeding the goats. We also went home with fresh picked vegetables from the garden. Highly recommended this experience!
Alejandro M.
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What a great time we had at the Old Windmill Farm. The reservation was easy and quick, once we arrived at the farm, we were received with a warm welcome, and shortly after we started the tour. The animals were super friendly and well cared for by their owners. Our tour guide was very informative and eager to help and give a great experience. From feeding the cows, and petting the baby goats, chicks, ducklings, bunnies, and piglets. Our guide was super nice, making sure the kids were having a great time and allowing them to explore and interact with the animals. The hay ride was also nice and the kids had a great time driving the wagon. Lastly, the barrel ride for the little ones was so fun to watch, and am sure the kids loved it too. The people that live there were super friendly and kind during our visit there. I would definitely go back and recommend anyone to tour this place.
Jay L.
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Simply put, the best experience we had during our weekend stay visiting PA. Highly recommend taking the 2 hours tour. We held, fed and played with the farm animals, enjoyed taking a hayride and were pulled along in barrel cars. Our grandkids (and their parents) had a blast. We learned a lot about life on the farm from our host and tour guide Anna Ruth with an assist from her 3 year old son and 13 year old daughter. Who knew you could train pigs to slid down a chute!.
Veronica E.
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Our group of six took the 90 minute tour. We loved it! My grandchildren, 7 and five, were able to hold the reins on the mule team, hold piglets, bunnies, chicks, milk the cow, feed the horse, pick vegetables and ride the barrels. Such an educational and fun experience. Our tour guide, Naomi, was the best. She ensured that each of the children and the adults got their turns. She provided information at each place and answered all questions. She was especially patient.
An Amish Girl Showing Tourists How To Tend To The Garden During A Group Tour At Old Windmill Farm In Ronks, Pa

About Old Windmill Farm

A Family-Run Farm in The Heart of Amish Country

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

The group tour can accommodate up to 30 guests, divided into two groups of 15 each. If the farm is not too busy, we can also accommodate larger groups.

Old Windmill Farm offers customizable experiences for large groups. Some examples of special features include making butter, creating apple cider (season-dependent), and making applesauce. Additionally, Q&A sessions are popular, allowing groups to interact and learn more about Amish culture.

Making reservations at least a month in advance is recommended, especially for larger groups. This ensures the farm can properly accommodate the group and provide the best possible experience.

Yes, waivers would need to be signed for school field trips. The farm can provide the necessary waiver forms.

Old Windmill Farm does not provide food; guests are free to picnic in the field and bring their own meals. A shed can also be provided for day camps as an eating area. Looking for places to eat nearby? View our local picks, from smorgasbords to cafes.

The itinerary for group tours is customizable based on the group’s preferences. Typically, it involves a walk through the barn and various activities depending on the group’s interests and the duration of their visit.

The tour generally lasts for 2 hours, and it is customizable to cater to the group’s interests and needs. Old Windmill Farm strives to create a personalized and memorable experience for each group.

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