Amish Country Cultural Experience
Ohio's Amish country is rich in both local artisans, and centers of cultural information and historical preservation. Follow this itinerary to experience our arts, crafts, and history.
Inn at Honey Run
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Ohio Amish country, The Inn at Honey Run is a serene oasis of nature and wildlife, comfort and privacy, casual upscale dining and warm hospitality. Our boutique country inn is a tranquil destination to regain harmony and balance. Located conveniently between Cleveland and Columbus, our inn is also a preferred location for business meetings, corporate retreats, incentives, and galas.
- Address: 6920 County Road 203
Millersburg, Ohio 44654
- Phone: Local Number: (330) 674-0011
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.innathoneyrun.com
Historic Downtown Millersburg
Come enjoy Millersburg, the perfect destination to shop, dine and stay, and experience our historic, eclectic, and unique village inthe heart of Ohio's Amish Country. Historic Downtown Millersburg isproud to be a Heritage Ohio Main Street Community,offering unique shopping, antiques, dining, pubs, lodging, museums, and recreation.In our downtown, merchandise is hand-crafted by local artisans, andeveryone is greeted with a smile! Find us located at the intersection ofState Route 83 and 39 in Holmes County, Ohio.
- Address: 9 E. Jackson Street
Millersburg, Ohio 44654
- Phone: Local Number: 3306742412
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.historicdowntownmillersburg.com
Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center
Behalt offers fascinating and enjoyable way to learn about the Amish and Mennonite people. Besides a free 15-minute video presentation, visitors may take a 30-minute interpretive tour (paid admission) of a colorful, stunning 265-ft x 10-ft original oil painting depicting Amish and Mennonite history. The presentation is world-class and the facility is handicap accessible and built to accommodate motor coach groups. The mural was painted by German-born, internationally known artist Heinz Gaugel. Other displays highlight heritage aspects of Amish and Mennonites. The Center also has a large selection of books by and about the Amish and Mennonites, local crafts, art gallery, displays, large clean restrooms, and offers group rates. A special exhibit of relief wood carvings display the craftsmanship of local Amish cabinet builder. Pioneer Barn houses an original Conestoga Wagon that brought early settlers to Holmes County. Restored one-room school, dating from 1856, used to tell story of Amish education.
- Address: 5798 County Road 77
Berlin, Ohio 44610
- Phone: Local Number: 3308933192
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.behalt.com
Victorian House Museum - Holmes County Historical Society
In the heart of Ohio Amish country, this beautiful Victorian Mansion is the home of the Holmes County Historical Society. With 28 beautifully appointed rooms waiting for your discovery, this classic example of Queen Anne architecture is full of antiques furnished by local citizens. From the breath taking facade to the elegant white oak staircase that greets you as you enter, you'll be amazed at the details you find in this gem of Millersburg. You will step back in time as you tour all four floors of our mansion, from the exquisite ballroom on the fourth floor to the sauna and steam room in our basement. Our tours are self-guided, so take as much time as you want. Beautiful parquet floors are a must see! There is something here for everyone, young and old. Tours are self guided March weekends only, April - Oct. Tues. - Sunday- $8.00 for adults,senior citizen $7.00, students $3.00 and children under 12 FREE! Bus tours are welcome and can be arranged for special times. Why not spend the day in historic Millersburg to complete your tour?
- Address: 484 Wooster Rd.
Millersburg, Ohio 44654
- Phone: Local Number: 3306740022
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.victorianhouse.org
Visit the Warther Carving Museum and you’ll experience the story of the Warther family and how the Warthers combined love of family and a love of hobbies to create an amazing legacy.
Ernest "Mooney" Warther turned his joy of carving wood and ivory into creations that the Smithsonian has called “priceless works of art”. Mooney lived in a time when steam locomotives were king, so many of his carvings are steam locomotives made of walnut wood, ebony, and ivory. He combined history and artistry with motion by making the locomotives run authentically. His precision and sense of detail on the wood and ivory carvings reflect Mooney’s amazing skills and passion for steam technology. In fact, the perfection and mechanizing of his steam locomotives earned him the title of World’s Master Carver, in the 1920’s. The carvings combined with the story of the Warther family makes Warther’s a special museum to visit.
- Address: 331 Karl Ave.
Dover, Ohio 44622
- Phone: Local Number: 3303437513
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.warthers.com