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For more information or to book your tour call Lisa Arrell at (717) 768-2706. Reservations are required at least 2 weeks in advance, unless otherwise noted.
Terms of your reservation :
Active credit card information or a 50% deposit is required at time of booking. Deposit fully refundable up to 48 hours in advance of tour. Final payment is due 48 hours prior to tour date. No refunds will be made within 48 hours of tour.
At Kitchen Kettle Village there are lots of ways to roll up your sleeves and experience Lancaster County!
Whether you're a group of girlfriends, a large family, a church group, a bus group, or any kind of group...add to your Lancaster County experience with our unique, hands-on tours!
It's a battle of flavors: Sweet clashing with Sour, Salty fighting Sweet, Sweet vs. Savory, as you eat your way through our Village, experiencing locally-made regional treats of opposing flavors. We'll greet your group when you arrive and share a brief overview of our food flavor fight heritage before starting you on your self-guided adventure.
Offered Mon.-Fri., March-Dec.
*Enhance your experience by adding a light flavor-combo breakfast in our Kettle Cafe. Breakfast times available between 9:00 & 10:00 am (time to be determined when booking)
Clip Clop & Shop
Enjoy Kitchen Kettle Village like never before on this Lancaster
County sensory experience. This unique tour includes shopping, a
horse-drawn carriage ride through Amish farms, an exclusive dinner,
and a hands-on Lancaster County dessert experience!
4 hours beginning at 3pm.
Offered May through October with a minimum of 20 people.
Quilt Shop Hop
Our professional quilter takes you on a journey that's all about quilting, exploring fabrics, design, colors, stitches, sizing, and more! You'll visit several out-of-the-way quilt shops to find quilting treasures.
Offered Mon.-Fri. at 10am.
A little something extra we offer...
An interactive "chat" about the heritage of Kitchen Kettle Village and the small-batch canning process we still use today - all while watching local farm women "put up" jams and jellies in our kitchen.
approx. 15 minutes.
Offered by appointment.
An introduction to quilts, how to create an heirloom, the difference between a quilt as an heirloom and as a souvenir. Questions encouraged. No question is too basic!
approx. 15 minutes.
Complimentary by request.