Can You Visit Amish Towns?
Technically, all towns near Lancaster are Amish towns to some extent, as the Amish make up a significant portion of the local population. For that reason, the answer is yes, you can definitely visit the towns that Pennsylvania's Amish residents frequent. Along with Lancaster itself, other top Amish towns within Lancaster County include Ronks, Manheim, and Bird-in-Hand.
Chances are, however, your concept of the 'typical' Amish town actually involves an Amish village. You're in luck: within the town of Ronks, you'll find a popular destination known as The Amish Village, where you can take a step back in time, as we'll discuss later.
Where Do Amish Tours Take Place?
The question "Where are the Amish in Lancaster PA? is easy to answer: you'll see Amish community members everywhere you go. If, however, you're hoping for the most traditional experience possible, you'll find the most charming atmosphere in towns such as Ronks and Bird-in-Hand. Some of these tours are based at a specific farm or historic village, while others depart their home base and cover a lot of ground, taking visitors through the most scenic parts of Lancaster County.