Pennsylvania July 14, 2017
You’ll Never Forget A Trip To The Most Enchanting Town In All Of Pennsylvania
Slip away to a simpler time where you’ll drive alongside horses and buggies, past picturesque Amish farms, and by charming homes. Strasburg, perhaps the most enchanting town in Pennsylvania, promises the perfect backdrop for a leisurely day trip or a much-needed weekend getaway.
Historic Strasburg, which beckons visitors with its quaint beauty, boasts a storied history that dates back to its founding in 1693 by Frenchman Pierre Bezaillion.
Today Strasburg, with its vibrant flower gardens and white picket fences, is known as a Pennsylvania Dutch town, a place where the Amish farm the land and where...
Locals celebrate and honor their historic past and those who served in the United States Armed Forces. Veterans are shown below participating in the town's annual Memorial Day parade.
Explore the enchanting town on foot. Climb aboard an authentic Amish horse and buggy with Ed's Buggy Rides or rent an electric scooter for the day.
Plan a stop at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania before boarding a scenic trip on the Strasburg Rail Road. The historic railroad also hosts such events as the Great Train Robbery and Santa's Paradise Express.
Browse the small town shops. Join a Ghost Tour of Strasburg. Or, hop aboard a motor coach with All About Tours for a three hour exploration of the area's Amish neighborhoods.
Swing by Cherry Crest Adventure Farm for the day. The farm offers such activities as a wagon tour ride, gem mining, a corn maze, a cafe, a sweet shop, and a general store.
Sit down to a delightful meal at one of the enchanting town's restaurants - the Fireside Tavern (pictured below), Isaac's Restaurant, or Hershey Farm Restaurant and Inn.
Sink into a comfy bed at the end of the day at one of the charming inns that dot historic Strasburg, such as the Limestone Inn Bed & Breakfast and the Strasburg Village Inn.
Strasburg may be the most enchanting town in Pennsylvania but it certainly has plenty of competition, including
Lititz, Meadville, and Brookville.