Join Amish Heartland Tours for an experience you will remember fondly. Choose from a selection of day tours that offer a first-hand look into the lives of Ohio’s Amish people who call the region home.
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.
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.
Make an appointment to learn about the lives and deaths of the world’s most influential people. The exhibit showcases artifacts and photographs, as well as An Evening to Remember presentations, which include recollections on the famous and notorious.
There is a place where the pace of life is slower. The Best of Ohio’s Amish Country is a group of popular destinations: Amish Door Village, Coblentz Chocolate, Homestead Furniture, Lehman’s and Nature's Food Market.
No one imagined a coal industry blacksmith would inspire Wendell August of Brockway, Pennsylvania to start a tradition of personalized metal giftware that 90 years later remains the perfect keepsake for Christmas, wedding, baby, and home.
Heini’s offers complimentary samples of more than 70 types of cheese with more than half made in the region with milk from local Amish dairy farms. Guests can enjoy the gift shop, fudge shop and the retail store as well as watch a cheese making video
Local butter and fresh cream from nearby farms as well as the very best chocolate make Coblentz Chocolates a premium confection. Truffles, fudge and seasonal candies are made by hand in the Walnut Creek shop.
You’ll need several hours to enjoy all there is to do at Schrock’s Amish Farm and Village. This family-friendly destination includes plenty of shopping, an authentic Amish buggy ride, farm animals and a self-guided tour of an authentic Amish home.
This restored 1830s canal town is open year-round and features Living History tours with costumed interpreters giving demonstrations, hands-on activities, quaint shops, casual dining, lodging, seasonal Monticello III Canal Boat Ride and more.