I really liked touring the huge farm / zoo. You start by doing the drive through zoo either with your own car, or with a group on a wagon. You can get buckets of feed. It's mostly deer that come eat from your hand, but we also had elk and llamas poking their heads in our car. After this you can do the walking part of the zoo, which has some lemurs and exotic birds. If you have feed left you can feed the goats along the way. You can then self-tour the huge double amish house, the barn with animals, the equipment barn, and the chicken house. No one lives in the Amish houses, but they have furniture set up with quilts on the beds. Don't miss the basement which has a huge wall of home-canned goods like grandma used to make. The grounds are self-tour, and there's no signs with information about Amish culture. I'd like to see less flies on the animals and less cages, but for the price, it was a great value and a great afternoon.