Experience the quiet, simple life of Indiana’s Amish Farms in Shipshewana. Travel the picturesque Country Roads and meet the Amish people who live and work there. Sample treats, do a little shopping, partake in authentic experiences, and enjoy some fun on the farm.
Lafayette, Indiana, may be home to Purdue University, but the city offers many other incredible attractions. You can howl with wolves, explore local history, experience art and culture, and enjoy delicious cuisine – all in a single trip.
You’ll celebrate Bearded Men when you visit the town of Santa Claus, and Lincoln’s National Boyhood Memorial an 1820’s recreated Homestead. Then you’ll celebrate festive nights as you end each day with great entertainment. First is the renowned Derby Dinner Playhouse and then onboard the Spirit of Jasper’s Chocolate, Wine and Dine Train.
History is simply sitting on the shelves of these antique shops; come and buy yourself a slice of Americana. Then learn about Canal Boats, Conestoga Wagons, the Whitewater Railroad and the Underground Railroad. Discover the All-American Rose Garden in Glenn Miller Park, courtesy of Hill Rose Growers once America’s largest marketer of cut red roses. This trip is a great weekend getaway.
Visit the campus of Notre Dame and the attractions of South Bend including the Studebaker Museum . . . then enjoy an Amish Cooking Class and a Wedding Feast . . . The tour also features a customized quilt program and trunk show in Nappanee. You will see quite an impressive display of quilts and fabrics before sitting with a noted quilt designer; who will share secrets and techniques about patterns and reveal how inspiration is found in the simple designs of Amish quilts.
Explore the simple life on a laid-back tour filled with great food, shopping, crafts and humor. This tour includes two different evening shows, one at the Ohio Star Theater one at the Blue Gate Theater. Both are insightful into Amish culture and life.
Forget Reality TV! Come meet the real housewives of the Indiana Amish. It’s a first-hand look at a day-in-the-life of Amish Women. You will see how household chores are performed without electrical appliances, you meet women who are running a business without modern technology. You will return home with a new found respect for the Amish lifestyle and a better understanding of Amish beliefs.
This tour features two European Cultures deeply woven into our American Tapestry. Many people believe there is a connection between them but beyond both being European immigrants there is not. The Amish are Swiss & German and any reference to Dutch is to the “Deutsch” language. The Dutch in Holland, MI are from The Netherlands and the heritage of their ancestry has lasted here for 150 years.
For over two centuries the mineral springs and its healing waters have drawn visitors to French Lick and this Legendary Resort, which offers a luxurious casino, spa, golf course, exquisite restaurants, and shopping.
This is a comparison AgVenture where you learn the methods of the Old Order Amish, where life on the farm is kind of laid back. Then you compare it to how High Tech Farming is changing the world. It’s also a scenic little get away where you eat well and enjoy a little companionship.