Things to do in Amish Country
Yoder's Amish Home opened to the public in 1983. We have striven for authenticity and want to share our knowledge and heritage with you. Friendly and knowledgeable guides will take you on conducted tours through the two houses and a barn full of farm animals. The history and customs of the Amish faith will be explained. We want your visit to our farm to be educational, enjoyable and tranquil.
Homestead Furniture is not your typical Amish furniture store. While you'd be hard pressed to find affordable custom designed furniture in large population centers, it would be equally hard to find a professional interior design and furniture design staff so far out in the country. At Homestead, you will find both. You will also find some of America's most legendary furniture brands, including Norwalk, Harden, Classic Leather and even La-Z-Boy.
Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market Over 50,000 square feet of indoor shopping featuring some great local talent, antiques, and unique finds! Outside vendors, weekly live entertainment, Give-A-Ways, & so much more! Focus towards the whole family with live animals including donkeys & peacocks, and a large playground!
Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center
Behalt, meaning “to keep" or "to remember,” is a 10 ft tall x 265 ft long cyclorama, or mural-in-the-round. Behalt illustrates the heritage of the Amish and Mennonite people from their Anabaptist beginnings in Zurich, Switzerland in 1525 to the present day.
The mural itself is enormous — 265 feet wide and 10 feet tall. Its vivid colors and sweeping lines are stunning and overwhelming. Certain colors dominate various historical periods: reds for times of persecution, blues and greens for times of greater peace and tolerance. More than one visitor has compared it to the work of Michelangelo, thus earning the nickname “the Sistine Chapel of the Amish and Mennonites.”
P. Graham Dunn
Inspirational Decor! Nestled in beautiful Sonnenberg Valley in Ohio’s Amish, Mennonite community. P. Graham Dunn is the fulfillment of a vision to create wall decor, home furnishings and gifts that please the eye and inspire the heart.
Lehman's, a massive, 32,000-square-foot retail store contains four pre-Civil War era buildings, including a Buggy Barn cinema, where you can relax on Amish-made hickory church pews while learning about organic gardening, oil lamp restoration or wood stove maintenance. Their customer base includes missionaries and doctors working in developing countries; homesteaders and environmentalists living in remote areas; people with unreliable electricity living on islands and mountains; second home owners, hunters, fishers and cabin dwellers; the 'chronically nostalgic,' and even Hollywood sent designers looking for historically accurate period pieces.