This is the perfect place to stay if you want to:-

Learn about our country’s history

Center City Philadelphia is home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, the Philadelphia Art Museum (where Rocky ran up the steps) and is only an hour and 15 minutes drive. Baltimore is one hour and fifteen minutes away. Your hosts can tell you short-cut routes through Amish country to get there.

Go antiquing

The Antique Capitol of the USA is in Adamstown, a 40 minute drive away. Shupfs Grove is a popular outdoor flea market. Close by (within 10-15 minutes’ drive) are many antique barns and shops.

Hike and have a picnic

in Susquehannock State Park that overlooks York County and the Susquehanna River. It’s only 15 minutes drive away.

Tour a battlefield

Gettysburg and the field where Picket and his soldiers made their famous charge is now a national park that’s only 1.5 hours drive away. You can climb the rocks at Devil’s Den, visit the museum, and walk through the historic town.

Shop for local Amish foods

Several farmers markets, including the Lancaster Central Market and the Bird-in-Hand farmers market are the best places to buy locally made cheese, canned goods and Pennsylvania Dutch fare like scrapple and chow-chow. They are 20 minutes’ drive from Mussers’.

Bring your bikes and ride!

Whether you take the back country roads or the several Rails-to-Trails in the county you will have a delightful excursion. We can help you plan your biking adventures.

Visit the capitol of our Commonwealth

Harrisburg is a little over an hour’s drive from our home. You can tour the capitol building, watch a baseball game or fireworks on City Island, or see an Imax movie at the Whitaker Science Center.

Visit a college

Franklin & Marshall College, Millersville University, Stevens Tech, Lancaster General Hospitals & Nursing School and Lancaster Bible College are 20 minutes drive from our home. If you’re touring the campus, hearing a special performance or lecture, our home will be a peaceful place close to your activity.