|Main Street Berlin, Ohio|
For information about the area, Amish Heartland Tours and Information Kiosk in Berlin is a good place to start. They know a great deal about the area and offer tours to local Amish homes and businesses, meals in Amish homes, and lots of other fun things to explore. You can find Amish Heartland Tours and Information Kiosk on Facebook.
Gift stores, craft shops, and antique malls line both sides of the streets. And don't miss the great food in several of the restaurants and cafes tucked between the stores. Helping Hands Quilt Shop is one of my favorite places to visit. They have a wide variety of fabrics, patterns. and breath-taking quilts made by local quilters. On certain days of the week you can watch several talented Amish women quilt at the shop. Call Helping Hands Quilt Shop to find out when. They are on Facebook too.
|A Craft Shop in Berlin|
If you have the option, a visit during the weekdays is best for less congestion and traffic. You can visit on the weekends as well, but be prepared for a lot of traffic into Berlin. Watch for lots of Amish buggies in the mix too. Slow and careful is the best way to travel anytime you're in Amish country.
|Drive Safe in Ohio Amish Country|
Make time in your schedule to travel the back roads too. A lot of Amish sell baskets, produce, quilts, and leather goods from their homes. Many of the farms are simply beautiful.
There's much more to see in this beautiful area, but those are for another post. I hope you get a chance to visit Ohio Amish Country soon.
Have you ever visited this area? What are your favorite places to visit?