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Ohio Amish Country


35 North Monroe Street
Millersburg, OH 44654
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Ohio Amish Country


(??.? miles from you)

35 North Monroe Street
Millersburg, OH 44654
United States


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Why You Should Go...

As the world's largest concentration of Amish, Holmes County offers an interesting mix of culture, history and heritage. Many visitors come for experiences they can't get anywhere else, such as visiting a work

Another food-related attraction revolves around cooking enthusiasts who come to the area for the supplies: spices, ingredients, produce, fresh meats and cheeses. In the spring and fall, festivals are a big attraction, and each one is unique to the region. Charm Days in October is highlighted by the Wooly Worm Derby, when Amish schoolkids race wooly worms up a string. In the spring, the Dandelion Festival brings dozens of dandelion tastes and related activities for visitors to experience.

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Why You Should Go...

As the world's largest concentration of Amish, Holmes County offers an interesting mix of culture, history and heritage. Many visitors come for experiences they can't get anywhere else, such as visiting a working farm, understanding a life without electricity or making apple butter in a large kettle. The food is a big attraction as well. Many of the restaurants treat customers with home-style comfort dishes, while others give a taste of the old world authentic Swiss meals.

Another food-related attraction revolves around cooking enthusiasts who come to the area for the supplies: spices, ingredients, produce, fresh meats and cheeses. In the spring and fall, festivals are a big attraction, and each one is unique to the region. Charm Days in October is highlighted by the Wooly Worm Derby, when Amish schoolkids race wooly worms up a string. In the spring, the Dandelion Festival brings dozens of dandelion tastes and related activities for visitors to experience.

What You Should Know...

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Most of the state and federal highways in Holmes County are designated as an Amish Country Byway. Enjoy the views, but drive carefully as others will be enjoying the scenery as well.

Please don't photograph the Amish, especially if their faces are visible. Too, many businesses in Amish country are closed on Sundays and Holidays, so plan your trip accordingly.

Share the roads with buggies and farm equipment. If a driver's left hand is fully extended, this is a left-turn signal.

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Why You Should Go...

As the world's largest concentration of Amish, Holmes County offers an interesting mix of culture, history and heritage. Many visitors come for experiences they can't get anywhere else, such as visiting a working farm, understanding a life without electricity or making apple butter in a large kettle. The food is a big attraction as well. Many of the restaurants treat customers with home-style comfort dishes, while others give a taste of the old world authentic Swiss meals.

Another food-related attraction revolves around cooking enthusiasts who come to the area for the supplies: spices, ingredients, produce, fresh meats and cheeses. In the spring and fall, festivals are a big attraction, and each one is unique to the region. Charm Days in October is highlighted by the Wooly Worm Derby, when Amish schoolkids race wooly worms up a string. In the spring, the Dandelion Festival brings dozens of dandelion tastes and related activities for visitors to experience.

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What You Should Know...

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Most of the state and federal highways in Holmes County are designated as an Amish Country Byway. Enjoy the views, but drive carefully as others will be enjoying the scenery as well.

Please don't photograph the Amish, especially if their faces are visible. Too, many businesses in Amish country are closed on Sundays and Holidays, so plan your trip accordingly.

Share the roads with buggies and farm equipment. If a driver's left hand is fully extended, this is a left-turn signal.

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