Here are some popular things to visit & do in Lancaster County that are also within easy driving distance of our bed & breakfast.
The Amaizing Maize Maze at Cherry Crest Farm.
This 5 acre corn maze on a working farm is a good way to spend half a day in Lancaster County. It’s only 10 minutes away and hosts a Halloween alternative: “Flashlight Mazes” some evenings throughout the fall.
Our home is a 15-minute drive from this local amusement park recently voted one of the top 5 best kid parks in the world. AND this amusement park is right across the street from Lancaster’s famous outlet shopping.
Hans Herr House.
Lancaster County’s oldest home, built in 1719, is only 5 miles from ours. You can tour the house, barn, museum and grounds. There’s an annual Snitz Fest, Christmas Candlelight tour, and Heritage Day where your family can learn about 18th century Pennsylvania German life in Lancaster County. Watch local craftspeople, talk to costumed actors cooking in the primitive kitchen, see a hog butchered, or taste homemade apple butter.
Herr's Potato Chip factory.
You'll get a tasty tour at this family-owned business in the country. It's 20-minutes' drive to the south through beautiful Amish country.
Hershey Park, Hershey’s Chocolate World and the small town made famous by them are only 50 minutes’ drive from our home. We promise that these attractions will please every member of your family or group.
Historic Downtown Lancaster.
Enjoy boutique shopping, Central Market (Lancaster’s old farmers’ market), and historic attractions in this old city that was the capitol of the United States for one day in 1777.
Muddy Run Park.
Don't let its name fool you. Muddy Run Park (15 minutes away) is a beautiful 700 acre park where you can canoe, camp, boat, fish, hike, watch deer, and eat the best (we think) soft serve ice cream in Lancaster County at a snack shop that overlooks the 100-acre lake.
Sight & Sound Millennium Theater.
Mussers' B&B is only 15-minutes drive from this local theater that’s grown into a spectacular national sensation. Visit their website for information about the current production.
10 minutes drive from our home is the old (still operating) train, old-time station & museum where Thomas the Tank Engine comes once a year to delight children. Railroad & train enthusiasts and those who enjoy peaceful rides on old trains through Lancaster County farmland will like visiting here.
Susquehannock State Park .
This 224-acre park that sits on a plateau overlooking the grand Susquehanna River is a peaceful 15-minute drive away. You’ll really like the view.
The Amish Experience.
This touring center and restaurant offers many venues (including food and film) to help visitors understand the life and ways of the Amish culture. It’s 20-minutes’ drive from our home.