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After non-Amish started aggressively invading the Amish’s farms, the community decided to make an education center for the curious. Well staffed by volunteers, we were walked through stations that had life-like settings. By the end of the museum we had a good idea of the...More
This is a nice intro to the culture and beliefs of the Amish and, to a point, the Mennonites in the area. Interactive, with a film and small walk-through immigrant ship, there are timelines and artifacts that give a well-rounded picture. If your interests lie...More
Sure there are stores and restaurants and and.. But if you want to find understanding of the Amish and Mennonite way of life, then and now, this highest quality visitor center experience IS the place to begin! A+++
The cost is very inexpensive. The staff is very helpful and knowledgeable. They have videos in rooms that are decorated for the time. They give you tour time and free time to explore on your own. Lots of information and the guides are very friendly...More
Took our whole family there. Watched a couple of videos, toured the museum, asked a lot of questions, very interesting to learn about the past, a lot of things we did not know. Beautiful and interesting place to visit, it does not take long.
The videos, displays and tour guides all served to provide a good historical background of the Mennonite, Hutterite and Amish traditions. There were interactive displays and activities for children as well. We learned a lot.
We went here for dinner after visiting flea market all day so we were very hungry and this place did not disappoint. Fresh, hot food ready to eat from the buffet was very good. Limited dessert on bar, so plan on buying a piece of...More
We weren't sure if we were going to have time to see this, so glad that we did! It gave the history of the Amish, Hutterites and Mennonites in a very interesting and fascinating way. Very well put together, you went from room to room...More
Many people are curious about the Amish & Mennonite cultures. This is the place to go!! Menno Hof shares a great story of how these two groups came into existence during the Reformation! In addition to the theological perspective you will learn about the their...More