We paid for the three options at this home. With that you get to go through the home, the schoolhouse and take a buggy ride with an Amish gentleman. We had an Amish lady give us the tour of the home explaining about the living spaces as well as the furnishings and clothing on display. We were able to purchase baked goods at the end of that tour. From there we went on our buggy ride, it was short, but the gentleman explained alot about the Amish way of life, as well as his own life. Then, we went into the schoolhouse where an Amish teacher, 17 years old, told us about the school and what is expected of the children. I would certainly visit here if you are in the area, and pay to tour all three areas, not just one of them.
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