One night hotel accommodations
Amish Country Theater Show
Village of Berlin
Walnut Creek Broom & Gifts
Keim Lumber Building Center
Hershberger Farm Market & Amish Bakery
David Warther Museum
Shopping at Village of Berlin - The oldest existing village in Holmes County was first planned on July 2, 1816, by John Swigert, a native of Berlin, Germany.
A large share of the early settlers of the Berlin area were of German or Swiss ancestry and came to Ohio via Pennsylvania. In 1818, a school was established & in 1822 a post office. These were soon followed by Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist and Mennonite churches. Later, Amish settlers began to arrive. Berlin enjoyed commercial and industrial growth, and during the 19th century was home to machine shops, a foundry, blacksmith shops, a hat factory, hotels, an auction house, and a variety of retail establishments. Today, Berlin is in the center of Ohio's largest Amish community.
Walnut Creek Broom & Gifts- Enjoy a broom making demo. They carry a full line of Home goods, Baby wear, Home decor, Kitchen & healthcare items, Toys and much more.
Keim Lumber Building Center-Tour this family business that started over 100 years ago. Enjoy lunch on your own at the Keim Café, featuring sandwiches, soups, sides homemade pies and more!
Hershberger Farm Market & Amish Bakery - Enjoy fresh baked goods, featuring their famous “fry” pies, stuffed cookies, cream sticks, jams, jellies, noodles and locally made cheese.
David Warther Museum -An incredible collection of Ivory sailing ships, David is the Grandson of the World’s Master Carver, Mooney Warther. David Warther Carvings is in the center of Ohio's Amish community. The exhibit features nearly 90 carvings made by David Warther, a 5th generation carver of Swiss heritage. The exhibit consists of 5 spacious rooms dedicated to different eras of shipbuilding. Amish and Mennonite guides conduct lively tours of this interesting and highly educational exhibit.