The source of information about what to see and do in the 8 county region of Ohio's Amish Country. In print or on the web. Send us an email request and we'll mail out a copy of our magazine along with other information on the area.
In 1947, Alfred Guggisberg ventured to the U.S. from Switzerland to pursue his cheesemaking dream. He created Baby Swiss cheese, now world famous. Known for smaller holes and less-biting flavor, Baby Swiss is a true product of Ohio’s Amish Country.
The Village Gift Barn features a large selection of gifts, home and garden accessories as well as a clothing boutique with jewelry and handbags that are unique and stylish. More than 20,000 square feet of shopping awaits you in the village.
More than 70 years of cheesemaking and Grand Champion Cheesemaker awards equals perfection for this family-owned business that’s married cheese and wine. With tours and tastings available, as well as a gift shop, Broad Run is a delicious destination.
Outdoor furniture, play equipment and accessories abound at Kauffman’s. If it was made to enhance outdoor living you’ll find it in the extensive inventory of wood and poly products including the environmentally friendly Berlin Gardens Poly Line made
Footwear for work and leisure is available in a customer-service oriented shop that features workbooks, hiking boots, western boots, as well as options for every imaginable occupation and application in sizes to fit the whole family.
With a name like Smucker’s, it has to be good. It is even better when you visit the store and café where you can shop, dine and purchase gift baskets with a wide array of familiar products. All the goodness of Smucker’s is at the store and café.
A country-style lover’s paradise, Audrey’s Attic specializes in seasonal items and sections, such as Americana, farm and birdhouses. From the scented candles’ aroma filling the shop to a wide selection of merchandise, this is not grandma’s attic.
Walnut Creek’s newest boutique features quality women’s attire in modern styles that compliment every woman. Women of all ages will appreciate the contemporary store that helps customers find a look they can love.
Being old-fashioned is in fashion. Four pre-Civil War era buildings and a Buggy Barn cinema let guests relax on Amish-made church pews for gardening seminars. Antiques line the walls and products you thought they quit making fill the shelves.