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Be sure to visit some of our neighbors to learn more about what to see and do in Lancaster County:

The Lancaster Barnstormers are an Atlantic League professional baseball team that provides affordable family friendly entertainment at beautiful Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster Pa.

See the world-famous Amish Country in a unique way at America's oldest operating railroad! Tucked in the heart of beautiful Lancaster County and operating since 1832, history comes alive on your fully-narrated, 45-minute excursion steam train ride through 1,000 acres of picturesque countryside.

Discover Lancaster is the regional tourism agency that can provide you with information about area attractions, lodging, dining, and more at padutchcountry.com

Located just next door to Hands-on House is Landis Valley Museum, a living history village that collects, conserves, exhibits and interprets Pennsylvania German material culture and heritage between 1750 and 1940. Landis Valley is a state historic site operated by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Find out more at landisvalleymuseum.org

PA Dutch Country Welcome Center is the most comprehensive source of information on the attractions and the culture of Lancaster County, PA and the Pennsylvania Dutch Country!

Hands-on House is a member of the Museum Council of Lancaster County. The rich history and proud heritage of Lancaster County are capably preserved in its many museums. Whether your interest is the grandeur of railroading, clocks, art, architecture, or early American life, these eighteen museums await your visit. Worth a trip in themselves, they complement the other visiting opportunities of the south-eastern Pennsylvania countryside. For a list of museums visit lancastercountymuseums.org

Want to find out more about children's museums? Contact the The Association of Children's Museums.