Tours to The Amish Village
The Amish Village reviews
The tour of the farm house was well presented and informative. The bus tour was not worth the time or money. The guide did not appear to be well versed and preferred to answer questions generated...
The tour of the farm house was well presented and informative. The bus tour was not worth the time or money. The guide did not appear to be well versed and preferred to answer questions generated... more »
My husband and I were the only ones on the bus tour in December, was like our own private tour. Gary was great and very knowledgeable.
My husband and I were the only ones on the bus tour in December, was like our own private tour. Gary was great and very knowledgeable. more »
Amish village is still maintaining the old traditions. The old house and the way they still make things are beyond imaginatons,
Amish village is still maintaining the old traditions. The old house and the way they still make things are beyond imaginatons, more »
The village itself is nothing special and does not warrant a drive from far away. The bus tour on the other hand is definitely worth it. So if you go to the village I definitely recommend the bus tour as you get to learn and see for your self. Our tour guide was great and made the trip very interesting. 1 hour 30 minute bus ride is what you should go for the village can be done in less than 30 minutes.
Wonderful place to visit and learn! Surprised all our mothers for Mother’s Day! Cant wait to go back! I’ve been several times and fall more in love with the tours and history every time! Highly recommend!!! Take the bus tour also! Our guide was awesome and informative and friendly! She was great!! And the house tour guide was funny and super friendly! We loved him! But please remember when visiting the Amish, DO NOT TAKE THEIR PICTURES!! I encourage all ages to visit! You can also buy tickets in advance and for large parties! 10/10 recommend!!!
I know there are many reviews from visitors who took the bus tour, but in our case, we were short on time and were looking for something simpler. If you find yourself in that same predicament, I would recommend the $12 house tour which we thought was a reasonable price for the experience we had. I do want to give a huge amount of kudos to the young woman who led the house tour. She was amazing! I know she must give that same tour hundreds of times a month, but her knowledge of the Amish people and their customs is impressive and she delivers the oral history in a fluid, easy-to-digest manner. Just a sensational tour guide who made the entire experience that much better. After the tour you are let out in a mock village to walk around on your own. While that may sound kind of lame, it was actually quite enjoyable given the fact you walk through multiple areas where you can pet and feed many live animals including horses, goats, donkeys and chickens. If you have kids with you, this will perhaps be the highlight of their visit. So, for the $12 price tag, the tour and walkabout was definitely worth it.
I’ve been here twice and love it. Everyone is so friendly. The small horse had moldy water so that made me sad. I hope they exercise the petting animals. We did the tour bus this time and I highly recommend! So much good info. They even take you to a couple Amish businesses if there is time. We stopped at an Amish farm stand and then an Amish dairy farm and got homemade ice cream. Our driver was Paul and he is HILARIOUS!! I’ll def be doing the tour bus again!
I was always fascinated about this village and how Amish people live a simple life of faith. So always wanted to go there. I went there in 2018. It was interesting to see their simple day to day schedule, their village, learn about their history and try their farm fruits and homemade baked goods. I would recommend going on a sunny day and having a beautiful tour.
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