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Yoder's Amish Home, Millersburg

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4.7/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
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  • Pastoral setting for a working farm. Knowledgeable, pleasant guides. Barn with, cows, horses, dheep, goats, chickens, cats, dogs, flies 
  • My husband and I enjoyed the buggy ride, a guided tour of the barn, a school, and two home tours , one built in 1866, the other 1886. At the end of the tour you can purchase several kinds of cookies w...  read more »
  • Absolutely cannot say enough about this experience. We loved it! We experienced a buggy ride, tour of school house and the main house. We found a coupon in Travelhost magazine for buy one get one free...  read more »
  • *Well worth the money!* This place was great, didn't expect how educational it was. The tour guide was very knowledgable and actually knows the Amish and works with them. The men and women that work here are actual Amish besides the home tour guide. We did all three attractions and the buggy ride was great, the older gentlemen talked to us and told us some stories or his childhood. Asked us where we were from and knew extacly where we were because he has visited a few times. The school teacher was great also, she answered every question and was very friendly. It's a great experience and recommend you go. PS. It's a working farm and smells, just like any other farm we have been too, Amish and non Amish.
  • A great authentic educational tour. Well worth the time and money. This farm is a must visit.
  • We had a delightful visit with our granddaughter. I truly did not expect as much information and as indepth a visit as we received. WELL worth the money and the trip.
  • Nice place to visit and you can see the real lifestyle of Amish people....
  • The barn smelled horrible. It seemed like it hadn't been cleaned in a week. We went to other farms later in the day. No foul odors at any of those. A horse in the stall had a wound of some sort. When I asked what happened the guide had no answer. To someone that hasn't ever been in an Amish home, I guess it's okay. But I can tell you this is mostly "show" and not authentic. Pure capitalism. The buggy ride was 2 times a track. Not worth it... the only guide that had personality was the school teacher.
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