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    Good sneak peak into Amish life. Larry the guide is very knowledgeable and no nonsense in giving you a brief about the Amish. Not to be mean but this is not a zoo. Just people with different way of life. So the tour gives good intro and dignity to visitors and their interests.

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    We live near an Amish community in Florida but it took us going north to get the history. What a great tour led by Stephan! Very informative, spoke clearly, loud and answered all our questions. I checked some of the facts with my Mennonite friend and she said the information Stephan gave was accurate. Very happy we chose to come here as our other choice was located in the same parking lot as Target which just didn’t seem right. Some of our favorite parts were talking to the teacher in the school house and lady and gentleman working in the garden. We took our five kids and they really enjoyed it as well.

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    I had the house tour, a 25-min inexpensive tour through the whole Amish house. The tour was very informative, Sue was very friendly, and you have free time afterward to walk around the house and the farm. A little disappointed by the closure of the Amish store in the farm.

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    Excellent attraction to get a glimpse into Amish life. Home tour then run of the grounds – schoolhouse, barn and more…$8.50/pp & bus tour to real home $20/pp

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    I wouldn’t really buy any concessions like food or drinks but the animals are nice and so are the people.