There is a place where the pace of life is slower. The Best of Ohio’s Amish Country is a group of seven popular destinations: Amish Door Village, Coblentz Chocolate, Homestead Furniture, Keim Lumber, Lehman’s, P. Graham Dunn and Nature's Food Market.
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Your first stop in Amish Country needs to be the Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center. An extensive look at the Amish faith complete with a 265-foot mural-in-the-round, Behalt depicts local life and culture. This is a must stop for guests of all ages.
Ready to share Wayne County biggest and smallest gems, professionals can plan the day in the Crossroads of Culture and Countryside. Guests enjoy the best of the area, including the famous J.M. Smucker Company, The Ohio Light Opera and The Cat's Meow.
Get an exhilarating perceptive of the beautiful Mohican Area while zip lining through the trees. Tree Frog Canopy Tours offers the adventure of a lifetime with sky bridges, rappels and seven zip lines, while educating the biodiversity of the area.
Berlin is the oldest existing village in Holmes County—formed in 1816. Times have changed but Berlin continues to be an activity hub. With attractions, shopping, restaurants and lodging establishments, Berlin can be called the heart of Amish Country.
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