Visiting Amish Country:
It's all about the experience
Why do four million people a year visit Ohio's Amish Country? Well, where else can you see the "Amish Sistine Chapel," watch one of the nation's oldest livestock auctions, shop at the world's largest retailer of non-electric appliances or take a guided back-road tour that ends with dinner in an Amish Home? We've got bakeries, cheese houses, wineries, quilt and craft shops and 80 hardwood furniture stores. It's all here just waiting to be discovered by you.
Search. Shop. Score!
Antiques, home decor and more!
Shopping in Ohio's Amish Country is a unique experience defined by you. Do you like busy, bustling shops in town, or would you prefer to search the back roads, looking for one-of-a-kind shops with hidden treasures? Whatever your preference, you'll find it here. Stroll the streets of Berlin or Walnut Creek, browse the aisles of two large indoor flea markets, or grab a map and hit the back roads. Bring the guys too! There's something for everyone.
Amish Country Dining
You might call it comfort food. We just call it "dinner."
Amish Country attracts people for many reasons - scenery, crafts, quilts and furniture, to name a few. But at the heart of it all is the food. The outside world calls it "comfort food." We just call it dinner. Amish cooks have been blending simple ingredients into delicious treats for generations, and now you can enjoy them too, whether it's sharing a family-style meal reminiscent of grandma's house, or sinking your teeth into a cream-filled "whoopee pie."
Enjoy your day.
But spend the night.
The rolling hills and beautiful scenery are only half of the story of Ohio's Amish Country. Spend the night with us and you'll discover dark, starlit skies and peace and quiet you never knew existed. A wide variety of lodging experiences await you, from cabins in the country to luxury lodging just steps away from shopping and dining. Enjoy your day, but spend the night. You'll be glad you did.
Amish Country Furniture
Made by the best craftsmen in Amish Country.
The Amish furniture industry began simply, in just a few shops and barns. But as the outside world discovered the beauty and quality of the handcrafted furniture available in Ohio's Amish Country, the industry grew. Today, visitors can shop at more than 80 locations throughout the region and discover for themselves how old world craftsmanship and a dedication to producing high-quality goods combine to produce the highest-quality furniture available anywhere.