As America’s first breadbasket, Lancaster and York counties have a rich agricultural history and culture. Take a step back in time to discover why and how this heritage got its roots. Explore >
A unique form of entertainment; you’ll never have more fun getting
lost. Lancaster and York counties are famous for their elaborate mazes cut into acres and acres of corn. Explore >
An educational activity, such as craft demonstrations, first-person reenactments, dramatizations or living history. Explore >
Several locations offer a behind-the-scenes experience showing how your favorite food or snack is processed and prepared. Some of these tours have been highlighted on national television, but why not see what is happening in your own backyard. Explore >
An authentic experience with geographically significant, social or cultural elements.
The Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education is a new non-profit in Hellam Township, York County, dedicated to showcasing and interpreting the rich heritage, viable present and exciting future of York County agriculture. They offer various events to get the entire family excited about the local bounty. Explore >