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The Amish are living a simple life without electricity or other modern conveniences. They are steeped in traditions and humility. They often have businesses in their homes and invite customers to stop, however they do not welcome pictures to be taken of their faces. Sundays are reserved for Church and visiting with family and close friends. Many times visitors will encounter a horse drawn buggy, please use caution when passing a buggy on the street and especailly during the evening and nighttime hours.
Outdoor memorial open for visitors anytime.
Visit this beautiful memorial to the men & women of Adams county who sacrificed their lives for their country. A stop at this memorial, built in 2002 and located at the American Legion Post #468, may be added to any tour itinerary.
Tour is Free Please call ahead for tour. 260-589-2752
This Church is well-known for its beautiful stained- glass windows, each depicting one of eight parables of the Bible. Also enjoy a “mini” organ concert. Tours are available Monday thru Friday and last approximately 45 minutes.
Since 1982, this natural food market has offered a unique and complete selection of nutritional and herbal supplements, along with many interesting gourmet and health food items. Linda’s Café and Deli is located within and offers premium meats, cheese, pastry goods, gourmet coffees, teas, culinary spices and more. This stop is 30-45 minutes and is available Monday thru Saturday.
Tour is Free/ Advanced notice required. Please call the church to set 260-589-3108.
Walk with your tour guide through one of the largest Mennonite churches in the state and learn about the Swiss Mennonite pioneers who began this church and community. Enjoy a pre-recorded organ concert. Tour lasts approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
Tour is Free
Watch as Amish craftsmen skillfully hand build freestanding wood and coal stoves and fireplace inserts. Their attention to detail and desire for the utmost quality is a part of their heritage. 30 minute tours available Monday thru Friday.
Visit the 1895 built, 12 room, Queen Ann style, log cabin home of Gene Stratton-Porter, famed Hoosier naturalist and best selling author of “Freckles” and “A Girl of the Limberlost” Visit the gift shop for books, videos, and gift items.
The Log Cabin Tours are available Wednesday thru Sunday and last approximately 1 hour.
Open April thru mid-December.
For more information about the Limberlost State Historic Site and the Loblolly Marsh located on State Road 18 go to the “Friends of the Limberlost Website”.
Cost for Adults - $3.50
Cost for Seniors ( ages 55 & older) - $3.00
Cost for Children ( ages 12 & younger) - $2.00
The Wetland Tour of the Loblolly Marsh - $10.00 for 1.5 hour guide
Constructed in 2010 the Clock Tower is modeled after the one that has stood for centuries in Bern, Switzerland. The plaza name is adapted from the Muensterberg Cemetry that was located on the plot during the 1880's. The Plaza and Clock Tower will soon be adding a Splash Pad for everyone to enjoy. Click here for events.
Tour is Free plus out of pocket purchases
865 E 200 S
Monroe, IN. 46722
Bulk food, groceries, and fabrics. This 30 minute stop is available Monday through Saturday.
Tour is Free plus out of pocket purchases. Please contact the Chamber at 260-589-8080 for tour information.
371 W 500 S
Berne, IN. 46711
A 22-acre pioneer village depicting the everyday life of Berne’s early Swiss settlers. Take a guided tour through 15 historical buildings, including the largest cider press in the world, the first Mennonite church in Indiana, and a wildlife and bird sanctuary with two ponds.
Groups of 20 or more - $4.00 ea
Groups under 20 - $5.00 ea
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