- 129 Ratings
Amish Visit-in-Person Tour in Bird in Hand
Head to an Amish farm at milking time to meet the farmer, plus visit with local craftsman. Chat with an Amish family in their home for an informative experience.
What You Will Do
- Enter an Amish barn to learn about the milking process firsthand, which is surprisingly not done by hand
- Discover how milk is kept cold in the bulk tank with “Amish electricity”
- See how local Amish businesses make everything from gazebos and furniture to farm equipment and quilts
- Travel down scenic backroads to a distant farm in the countryside for a friendly conversation
- Amish visit
- Friendly guide
- 129 Ratings
- Rick and Susan
This tour was absolutely an awesome your. Our tour guide, Jay, was very knowledgeable with the Amish area and their customs. It was a great experience to be invited into the home of an Amish family and have a conversation with, an eye opener that gave me an insight that no book can give you. Also, a visit to an Amish farm was an experience not to be forgotten. After the showing the method of how the cows are milked and how the milk is stored, I was able to stand with my farmer host and just talk about many things. A beautiful part of the country and pleasant people. This tour was more than I expected and would recommend it to anyone traveling to this area.
It was an awesome experience. The driver was very knowledgeable. The families we visited were great. Got to ask questions and they were more than willing to answer them.
It was amazing to meet the Amish people in their home setting. This was authentic; no costumes, not a show. This was honest to goodness Amish living.
I truly enjoyed the Amish Visit-in-Person Tour. Very informative. The Amish community are very inspiring.
The Amish Experience was enlightening as I learned about many aspects of the everyday life of the Amish people. The guides were very knowledgeable and presented the information in creative ways. Joe was our guide for the Farmlands Tour and Deanna was our guide for the VIP Tour. I highly recommend these two opportunities to learn about the Amish firsthand.