You are now viewing our complete listing of Amish Country Tours in New York City. Once you’ve reached your destination, you'll drive through the beautiful Pennsylvania countryside, tour Philadelphia with its famous Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, and take a ride in an authentic Amish buggy. You will embark on a panoramic tour that includes Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Elsert Alley (the oldest inhabited street in America) and more. Arriving in the historic heart of the city, you'll visit the famous Liberty Bell and Constitution Square and Hall - symbols of American freedom. If you enjoyed any of the "Rocky" movies, you'll love seeing the famous "Rocky Steps" before the tour continues to Lancaster County. Enjoy an educational guided tour through a 1840's Amish farm house, see a one-room schoolhouse, a blacksmith shop, and farm animals typical for the Amish community. You will also have the opportunity of buying authentic Amish art, handicrafts, and homemade jams and jellies. Although this is a recreational/leisure tour, you will also learn about geology, history, and learn about the lifestyle of the Amish people. These tours are structured to satisfy anyone with just a little love for nature and interesting historical sites. You will enjoy this tour whether you are a stressed-out New Yorker caught in the fast pace of the city life... or a tourist looking for something other than the usual tourist attractions, such as the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building. If you are interested in Amish Tours, you may also be interested in our Boston Tours from New York City. Click here to view our complete list of New York tour offerings.
A four day excursion exploring the natural wonders and rich history of the eastern United States. Visit the Finger Lakes, Watkins Glen State Park, Niagara Falls, Washington DC, and more. 3-night hotel accommodations, roundtrip ground transportation and tour guide are all included.
See the sights in the City of Brotherly Love and visit the quaint Amish country. You'll view the Liberty Bell, Constitution Hall, Constitution Square, the oldest inhabited street in America, Chinatown and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Then, it's on to Lancaster County, home of the Amish people who live without the aid of modern technology - no electricity, no telephones, no appliances, no running water.
Take an overnight tour to enjoy all the history and historic sights in the cradle of American Freedom - Philadelphia, the seat of US government - Washington DC, and experience the Amish Country along the way. Leave the driving to professionals and learn a lot about American history. You will travel through four states and the District of Columbia. These rates are per person for double occupancy.