One Night Accommodations
“Queen Esther” at Sight & Sound Theatre
“Guys & Dolls” at Dutch Apple Dinner Theater
Kitchen Kettle Village
Amish Backroads Tour
Sight and Sound presentation of Queen Esther - Set in the opulent perilous Persian Empire, Queen Esther is a captivating tale of beauty and bravery. Esther’s ordinary life changed forever when she was taken through the palace doors, entering a new world of royalty and risk. With a crown on her head and a secret in her heart, can she find the courage to trust in God’s plan and believe that she was made for such a time as this?
Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre “Saturday Night Fever” - Tony Manero doesn't have much going for him during the weekdays. He still lives at home and works as a paint store clerk in his Brooklyn, N.Y., neighborhood. But he lives for the weekends, when he and his friends go to the local disco and dance the night away. When a big dance competition is announced, he wrangles the beautiful and talented Stephanie to be his partner. As the two train for the big night, they start to fall for each other as well.
Kitchen Kettle Village - The recipe for great Pennsylvania Dutch shopping is simple...start with over 40 local shops in one outdoor shopping village, filled with homemade Lancaster County food, fresh baked goods and tasty canned goods. You can watch Amish and Mennonite ladies making jams and jellies on site, and you can taste test a variety of freshly-made products. Then enjoy the variety of baked goods and other unique gift items available at the many interesting shops in the village.
Amish Backroads Tour - Soak in the beauty and simplicity of Amish Country as you roam the back roads of Lancaster County with your own personal guide. Have a question that just popped into your head? Ask your guide! Heard about something that you really want to see? Your guide can take you there!
All the guides have a Mennonite or Amish heritage from which they give you a true and well-balanced understanding of their faith and culture. Our guides have lived most of their lives in Lancaster’s Amish Country, so you can count on them to help you discover some “hidden treasures”!