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Places We'd Like You to Visit During Your Trip to Amish Acres

 

Only in Indiana

State tourism slogans are among the most nebulous marketing tools in use. Indiana's new "Honest to Goodness Indiana" is a sincere effort to portray Indiana as a down home place where the honest and the good reside and you should come and partake of these unique characteristics. The problem is these characteristics exist all over America and all over the world. So we choose instead to focus on what you can find "Only in Indiana." Here are unique attractions to explore during your visit to Amish Acres.

Dutch Village Market

Shop the humdreds of craft, gift, and antiqued booths. Each visit will bring new discoveries in the booths brimming with treasures of hand crafted productts, solid wood furniture, home interior decorations, gifts, antiques, redycled items, books, specialty coffees, food items, and much more within its 70,000 square feet of display space. Read more...

 

Coppes Commons

With eight shoppes and an eent encet, uou are sure to enjoy your time at Coppes Commons! Here are a few of the things that you'll find as you browse the soppes. Gifts, books, home decor, history, tea parties, furniture, countryside stores, food, smoked meat, ice cream, high-speed internet, deli items, cheese, bulk foods, event decoration, hand-woven rugs, and baked goods. Read more...

 

 

Nappanee Second Saturdays

The second Saturday of every month Downtown Nappanee comes alive with special themed events. The range from bicycle festivals, Honoring Veterans, and Nappanee's Hometown Christmas. Local merchants open their doors with special discounts and offers. Countryside Shops set up farmer's market booths on the streets. Contests and children's activities are always included. Read more...


Embrace the Pace of Nappanee

The City of Nappanee features the Nappanee Center. It houses the Evelyn Lehman Culp Heritage Collection with over 3,000 artifacts of Nappanee's past. It features a display of six nationally syndicated cartoonists, a space capsule, and the memorbilia of an Air Force One pilot during the presidency of George H. Bush. It houses Nappanee's Welcome Center, Chamber of Commerce and Redevelopment Center. Read more...

 

The Nappanee Apple Festival

The Nappanee Apple Festival is home to Indiana’s largest 7 foot baked apple pie and comes out of the oven just in time to kick off the festival! We serve approximately 800 slices of pie and many people from around the United States travel to Nappanee to savor their annual piece of this pie. In the spirit of the celebration, you will find crates of fresh apples dotting the downtown sidewalks and more than 25 food vendors including many local non-profit organizations serving all your favorites. There will be plenty of your favorite fresh apple products like apple pie, apple fritters, apple dumplings, apple turnovers, apple fry pies, apple bread, applesauce, apple cider and apple butter to enjoy during the festival or to take home to enjoy later. We invite you to experience a truly unique hometown festival that will leave you marking your calendar to return for next year’s festival! Read more...

 

Northern Indiana Amish Country

The Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau is the center of northen Indiana Amish Country. It is home to the nationally recognized Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail. Read more...

Drive Less. Getaway More.

Eight northern Indiana Counties combine their tourism assets in one place to make extending your visit to northern Indiana simple and fast. Read more...

 

University of Notre Dame

Founded in 1842, Notre Dame stands on 1,250 acres considered by many to be among the most beautiful possessed by any university in the nation. From the collegiate Gothic architecture and park-like landscape to exquisite outdoor sculpture and breathtaking views, Notre Dame's campus is a visual splendor. Campus tours are available. Read more...

 

Honest to Goodness Indiana

Indiana's Official Travel Planning Source. From a Sunday Drive, a Fall Foliage Trip, Fine Wines and Warm Welcomes, or a Road Trip, you'll find details from across the state to guide you to new destinations. Read more...