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Rough and Tumble Historical Association

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Premium Amish Country Tour including Amish Farm and House
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Premium Amish Country Tour including Amish Farm and House

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Immerse yourself in the customs and traditions of Amish country during this 3-part tour. Explore a farmhouse dating from 1805 where you will listen to narrative on the customs, culture, and traditions of the Amish. In a minibus, enjoy a scenic ride through the Amish countryside, complete with photo ops. Then take a self-guided tour through an historic farmstead that includes a schoolhouse, a craft market, and a variety of farm animals.
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dnopain wrote a review Mar 2019
Cornwall, Pennsylvania87 contributions30 helpful votes
Daily tractor parade. Plenary of food for purchase. Large grounds. Great variety of antiques tractors and implements. Great place to bring the family.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Wendy T wrote a review Feb 2019
Shickshinny, Pennsylvania4 contributions1 helpful vote
We love going to the Thresherman's convention, it is always very interesting to see the old tractors and the way farming was done back in the day. Good food and crafters also.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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seydellelizabeth wrote a review Dec 2018
Red Bank, New Jersey2 contributions
Mid week Thresherman Reunion is a great escape from the hustle of the real world. Parking is far away, but a tracter pulling wagon will get you there. Great food, lots of hit and miss engines, demonstrations and ice cream. We had a great time.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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oceancitylover wrote a review Aug 2018
Bethlehem515 contributions177 helpful votes
We have been here many years before ...with family walking through the fairgrounds and museums , exhibits, food, ice cream , booths, train rides , animals, and enjoying it all. There is a big flea market in the Grove of Trees across from the fairground that has the best variety of goodies you can image. From Wednesday to Friday there is a lot going on there with huge Steam Tractors of all kinds. If you want an Amish experience....this is the place to be. To watch them with the saw mill is amazing , along with other demonstrations and they are selling baked goods, soaps and hand crafted items. They have shuttles from the field parking and Handicap parking out front.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from roughandtumble, Public Relations Manager at Rough and Tumble Historical Association
Responded Aug 29, 2018
Thank you for coming out! The Threshermen's Reunion is always a large popular show with lot's to see!
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gelareeder wrote a review Aug 2018
New Tripoli, Pennsylvania19 contributions
If you appreciate mechanical things, old cars, trucks, steam tractors, hit and miss engines this is the place. From large 15 ton cranes and real STEAM powered excavating equipment to miniature models it is there. Check web site for time and event schedule
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Date of experience: August 2018
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