It’s peach season! 🍑 We can’t think of many things better than enjoying a juicy peach and enjoying the beautiful Lancaster County views. Grab your fresh peaches today at Kitchen Kettle Village, and then enjoy them on a buggy ride with us!
We can’t think of a better view. 😍 Our tour guides are ready to share their wealth of knowledge with you on Lancaster County and the Amish lifestyle. Stop by at see us at Kitchen Kettle Village for a buggy ride!
It’s always a good day for an Amish Buggy sighting! We’re open from 9AM to 5PM, Monday-Saturday. Visit us and choose from three different buggy rides!
Lancaster County has the most peaceful views. Wouldn’t you agree? We’re here today ready to show you some of our favorite landscapes!
Did you know? There are 29 covered bridges in Lancaster County. It’s just another part of what makes Lancaster so beautiful. You can enjoy a covered bridge ride with us! Visit us today – we’re officially open again!
What are your Independence Day plans? We’ll be enjoying the lovely weather while viewing the most lovely Amish farms. Plus, it’s corn and strawberry season! What could be better?! 🍓🌽 We’d love to have you on one of our many Buggy ride tours. Come visit us this weekend!
AAA Buggy Rides is committed to the health and well being of our customers, employees, visitors and the Amish community.
We have always maintained high standards and have been pioneers as Amish Tour guides. In keeping with this we have already instituted precautionary measures. Hand sanitizer is available at the posts, buggy’s are disinfected between every rides and high touch points such as handle bars and door knobs are wiped. We have also decreased the number of persons allowed on the rides to allow for greater distance between individuals.
Employees are encouraged to stay away from work if they feel ill, and while at work frequent hand washing has been advised.
If you do feel ill, please avoid coming on rides.
We remain humbled and honored to be able to serve you, and give you some much needed respite in these uncertain times.
AAA Buggy Rides Inc.
The horses love a good roll in the meadow!
This a traditional tobacco barn that we see at many local Amish farms! You can see the side panels propped open around the barn for ventilation. This is done for 4-8 weeks to dry the tobacco.
Amish fun fact of the week – Did you know the Amish population has increased by over 200,000 since the 1990’s?!