This kind of experience doesn’t happen often. Our Amish friends have graciously invited us to enjoy an evening of food, fun, and fellowship on their beautiful farm.
The Amish are known for their beautiful homes, good cooking, and crafting- you’ll experience it all! Beyond enjoying your picnic dinner and traditional desserts, the evening is enriched by warm conversation.
By the time the evening comes to a close, you’ll know why we love this family SO much. Read below for more details.
Arrive at our farm around 5:00 p.m. Take a map and explore our 15-acre farm at your leisure. Visit the animals and try out the scooters- work up an appetite! Don’t forget to check out the covered bridge and school.
Your driver-guide will pick you up at the front of our farmhouse. You’ll jump aboard our mini-bus and your driver-guide will take you through the scenic backroads. Keep your cameras ready as you pass Amish homes, farms, and schools.
You’ll arrive at our Amish friend’s house for a lovely picnic dinner in the backyard. The location couldn’t be better with miles of countryside in every direction and beautiful flower and vegetable gardens surrounding your table.
The Amish are known to be skilled craftspeople and this family is no exception. The Amish children will lead the craft activity and teach you each step. But please don’t worry, there are no art skills required!
You’ll take your beautiful masterpiece with you.
The Amish are skilled in the art of conversation and love to sit around and chat. Grab some homemade pie and ice cream and take a seat- you never know where the conversation will lead! Ask questions, but be prepared- the Amish are just as curious about you as you are about them.
After your belly is full and you’re all talked out we’ll make our way back to our 15-acre farm where we started.
This tour is not handicap accessible.
We have a 48-hour cancellation policy. You must notify us 48-hours prior to the departure time for a full refund.
This tour has a limited capacity of only 28 tickets.
Are you interested in this tour but have a few questions? Don’t see a date you want to book? Email us and we’ll try to accommodate you.
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Masks are required while on the bus, as it is considered to be transportation by the CDC guidelines. Masks are not required on the farm.