Having been to the Amish Country several times, we have tried both Abe's and Aaron and Jessica's previously, so we decided to do something new. I would put this ride in the middle of the two others. It's not as authentic as Abe's because by their own admission they do not use "real" buggies. Also, their rides are not private. There were 5 of us and they squeezed in another family of 6 (not as bad as it sounds as some of the kids were small). Still it's not quite the cattle-car feel of some of the more commercial rides. Now for the good parts: the driver was very talkative and spoke of his own life and experience. You do go through private farm land, not along the road with cars. The driver shows you all the crops along the way and the farm buildings that you pass. We chose the longer ride that included a stop at the farm and the gift shop. We were not too impressed with the farm because you don't really get the tour; you just get to see some of the buildings close up. The gift store was nice, good selection and prices comparable to what you get in town. Still, probably not worth the extra money.
In summary, if you are new and will only take one ride, you may want to stick with Abe's for authenticity. If you have visited before and want to check out something different, this is an enjoyable ride and you get more interaction with the driver.
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