Inn at Whitewing Farm is adjacent toin Kennett Square, PA.
For reservations, call 610-388-2013
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Exploring Lancaster County, Amish Country

Less than an hour away from the Inn is Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, home to the oldest Amish settlement in America. A visit can take you back to a time when the horse & buggy was the main form of transportation and farming was the primary way of life. You can see and experience what that life was like at attractions like The Amish Village, a fun time for the family... and there is much more to see and do in Lancaster.

Lancaster outlet shopping is a tradition for many who make their home in the Brandywine Valley. Lancaster features hundreds of outlet stores and many of the best are grouped conveniently in the Tanger Outlet with over 60 stores featuring Coach, Brook's Brothers, Gap Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger and Banana Republic plus many more. Rockvale Outlet Centers with more than 90 brand name factory direct stores including Pottery Barn, Carter's, Hartstrings, Under Armour, Pendleton, Bose, Jones New York, Gymboree Outlet, Ten Thousand Villages, and more.

If you want to take home a souvenier of your trip to Amish Country, there is nothing better than an authentic Lancaster quilt. Hand-made Lancaster quilts, created by Amish and Mennonite women, are examples of fine craftsmanship and quality. What began as practical objects made for warmth or for gifts or dowry items are now regarded as works of art, collected and appreciated by people around the world. There are so many places to shop for these amazing quilts it is best to consult the online guide. See below.

You can sample the local food and Amish specialties at the country's oldest farmers' market, Lancaster's Central Market located in the heart of Amish country in an iconic 120 year old red brick building bursting with local character. It's a place to shop, people watch and enjoy great food. It's also a place where people just socialize and don't buy anything... coming just to be a part of Market.

We can't possibly include all that there is to see and do in Lancaster County, but you can explore more at your leisure by clicking the guide link below.


More than just an attraction for visitors to Amish Country, The Amish Village is a way to experience the Amish culture - one that has changed little in almost 300 years!

One of America's earliest communal societies best known for its original art and music and distinctive medieval Germanic architecture. The Ephrata Cloister was founded in 1732 by German settlers seeking spiritual goals rather than earthly rewards.

The country's oldest farmers' market, in the heart of Amish country occupies a beautiful 120 year old red brick building chock-full of local character.

Experience colonial life at the oldest residence in Lancaster County, the 1719 Hans Herr House, built by Christian and Anna Herr. It is the oldest surviving house in Lancaster County, and the oldest original Mennonite meeting house still standing in the Western Hemisphere.

Experience the rags to riches story of an American entrepreneur who used his personal wealth to enrich the lives of others. Find out how Mr. Hershey revolutionized the process of making milk chocolate and how the Hershey Industrial School's orphan boys became heirs to his fortune.

Across the street from the Museum, The Strasburg Railroad offers narrated train rides in vintage coaches, mostly with steam locomotives, providing great views of Amish farmlands.

Experience life from an authentic Pennsylvania German point of view. See a history of timeless traditions.

Six rotating exhibitions, tours of the restored 1700s home and painting studio of Lancaster's most famous resident and world-famous artist, Charles Demuth.

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