My husband and our two kids (ages 4 & 6) loved this place! The countryside bus tour was so informative and inspiring. The tour guide let everyone on the bus decide which 2 of 4 stops to local Amish family businesses we could make. We chose the homemade Amish food stand run by a man and his two sons which sold wonderful jars of homemade jams, soups, etc. and baked goods. Our second stop was a family-run craft store with table runners, pillows, pictures, bird houses, etc. My whole family loved the grounds of the Amish Farm and House, which include a woodcarvers shop (who was really nice, talented and funny) and farm animals including goat to feed and donkies, etc. My kids became bored riding the bus for 1.5 hrs but liked the food and crafts stores. We plan to go back ASAP!
Joyce L. sarsfield said:August 23, 2010 8:53 am PST
I absolutely love the Amish way of life...
Phil Segre said:July 29, 2010 5:26 am PST
We had a great time at the Amish Farm! We're from Atlanta and don't know much about the Amish. We took our 8 year old daughter too. The tour was especially informative. The guide answered a lot of our questions and presented a great overview of the Amish and what their real lifestyles are all about. Then we toured the farms out back and even had lunch at the picnic tables under the tent. Such a fun day, I'm really glad we found this place and would definitely recommend it to anyone.
Mags said:July 25, 2010 10:58 am PST
I have been reading and looking at a tv series about the amish life style, someday it would be a pleasure to go over to experince the peace and tranquility that you have, someday please god.
Omar Bustamante Aldaco said:June 10, 2010 7:57 am PST
We be in your area in two weeks, and we hear so much about your coustoms in mexico that we are going to see your wonderfull land.muchas gracias.