Set off on a full day-trip from New York to Philadelphia and enjoy a guided tour of its historic district followed by visiting Lancaster County, home of the Amish people and take an authentic Amish buggy ride through the countryside.
Philadelphia and Amish Country Day Trip
The air-conditioned coach departs from central Manhattan at 7 am and will take you through New Jersey and the charming Pennsylvania countryside. After a few hours’ drive you will get to Philadelphia.
Follow your English-speaking guide through the city’s historic town and discover its most emblematic sights and monuments, including the Liberty Bell, an iconic symbol of American independence.
Then relax while you drive to your next stop, Lancaster County, home to the oldest Amish settlements in the country. Upon arrival, you’ll have time to take an Amish buggy ride through the countryside and learn how these families live without electricity, running water, mobiles and appliances.
Leave behind the remarkable Amish people and head back to New York City. You’ll get to Manhattan in the evening.
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Amish Country Day Trip
Children 3-11US$ 150
Children under 3Free
The tour is exclusively in English.
Return transportation by air conditioned van or coach.
Guided tour of Philadelphia.
Drive through Pennsylvania countryside.
Amish Buggy ride through Amish farm country.
Food and drink.
Hotel pick up and drop off.
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
You can book up to 3 days before (New York local time) if there are still places available.
You will receive an email with your ticket attached which you must print out and show on the day of the activity.
Frequently asked questions
Q - ¿Podemos llevar equipaje y dejarlo en el bus?
A - No lo recomendamos.
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
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