New Holland is a borough located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States of America. New Holland was established in 1728 by John Phillip Ranc and John Michael and initially called Hog Swamp. After this, New Holland was named Earltown and New Design and finally it was incorporated as New Holland Borough in 1895. It is the twin sister of a French city - Longvic. According to new statistics, New Holland has a number of 5000 locals and an area of 2 square miles. If you visit Pennsylvania and you are eager to see a beautiful little town, this is the perfect place to check.
New Holland Band Museum is a unique museum located on Chestnut Drive. You can visit it by appointment as it can only be seen through a great guided tour, the information offered by the guide being an important part of this music museum.
Lapp Valley Farm is the perfect place to visit if you want to find out more about farming in New Holland in present and how this activity was practiced in the past. You can even go with the whole family and check also a small petting zoo that will be the delight of the children.
The Amish Village is located near New Holland and gives you the opportunity to experience the Amish life for a few hours. A guided tour is the best way to start your visit in this attraction in order to find more about the farmhouse and the surrounding area. You will also see a one room schoolhouse and a barn, built in a specific Lancaster County style.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a New Holland church raised in the early 1760s and dedicated in 1766. The buildings has a major importance in the heritage and history of the borough.