2022 Amish Farmlands

APRIL 8 - 14, 2022

Tour Begins In Washington D.C. and Ends in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

$2,150 Per Person Double Occupancy
+$650 Additional
for Single Accommodations
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This Trip Includes

Hotel accommodations, including porterage

American breakfast (B) daily; 2 dinners (D)

Guided sightseeing with your Tour Manager as outlined in the day-by-day itinerary; visits, admissions and special features are shown in bold.

Return transportation to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)

Full time throughout the trip

Top Rated Highlights

  • Full-time Tour Manager
  • Welcome Meeting
  • Washington, D.C. City Tour
  • Daughters of the American Revolution Museum
  • Textile Museum at George Washington University
  • Dinner with an Amish Family
  • Amish Farmlands Tour
  • Lancaster Historical Society
  • Esprit Quilt Collection Bed Turning
  • Kitchen Kettle Village
  • Chalk Talk with Elva Hurst
  • Amish Quilt Shops
  • Longwood Gardens
  • Winterthur Museum
  • Philadelphia’s Historic Landmarks
  • Reading Terminal Market
  • Dutch Apple Dinner Theater Farewell Dinner
  • Souvenir Shopping Bag
  • Baggage Handling
  • Eight Meals: 6 Breakfasts, 2 Dinners

        Hand Selected Hotels

        Day 1 – 2: Hilton Garden Inn Downtown, Washington, D.C.

        Day 3 – 6: Eden Resort & Suites, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

        Between touring historic icons of Washington, DC, and Philadelphia, slip into the gentle rhythms of Pennsylvania’s Amish country. View the famed Esprit quilt collection, have dinner with an Amish family and admire quilts in local shops.


        Washington D.C.

        Beautiful cherry blossoms welcome you to Washington, D.C. as you look ahead to your week in Amish country. Tonight’s Welcome Meeting introduces your friendly Tour Manager and traveling companions who’ll share this memorable journey with you. 

        Day 2

        Washington D.C.

        Take in the iconic landmarks, rich history, and beautiful parks on a Washington, D.C. panoramic city tour. You’ll see many of D.C.’s famed monuments including the White House, Lincoln Memorial, and the Washington Monument.  Your afternoon at leisure leaves ample time to explore one of the 17 Smithsonian museums or any other world class museum that peaks your interest. B

        Day 3

        Washington D.C. – Lancaster

        Experience the collection of early American artifacts that celebrate the role women have played in America’s history on a morning visit to the DAR Museum. Before departing D.C., our visit to George Washington University’s Textile Museum reveals their 4,000 object collection dating back to antiquity. Later, we travel on to Lancaster, the heart of Pennsylvania Amish country. B

        Day 4

        Lancaster – Intercourse – Lancaster

        Join Amish women in their favorite fabric stores and real Amish shops with horses and buggies parked in front. Shelves overflow with low-priced calicoes and needlework supplies, as well as local specialties: Amish quilts, straw hats and dolls. After lunch among Kitchen Kettle Village shops, stop at a local Amish Quilt Shop where heirloom-quality quilts by local women incorporate traditional patterns like Log Cabin, Broken Star and Whig Rose. Tonight, we join a Plain family at their kitchen table as welcome guests for a sit-down family dinner. B, D

        Day 5

        Lancaster – Lititz – Lancaster

        At the Lancaster Historical Society, our private curator-led tour of the Esprit Quilt Collection reveals priceless examples created by Amish women between 1870 and the 1940’s. After lunch, Mennonite-raised Elva Hurst spins her stories during a chalk talk at her studio where we can see her enchanting paintings of rural life. Later, get lost in the aisles of Burkholder Fabric, a supermarket of quilt fabrics, books and supplies set amidst Amish farmland. B

        Day 6

        Lancaster – Winterthur – Kennett Square – Lancaster

        We ride today through beautiful Brandywine Valley to Winterthur Museum, a 196-room estate furnished with the world’s greatest collection of antique furniture, textiles and art.  Our private tour of nearby Longwood Gardens, 350+ acres of opulent landscaped gardens and sculptured topiaries, includes greenhouses with over 11,000 plant varieties in spectacular settings. Settle in for a home-style meal and Broadway entertainment during our Farewell Dinner at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatere’s evening performance. B, D

        Day 7

        Lancaster – Philadelphia

        In Philadelphia, birthplace of America, we explore historic landmarks: the Betsy Ross house, Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Before saying goodbye at the Philadelphia Airport, we’ll stop at historic Reading Terminal Market, with its tantalizing baked goods, confections, and even cookbooks so you can duplicate those Amish treats at home. B


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