Come explore the Shipshewana Corn Maze and lose yourself in 6.9 miles of maze on 7 acres of corn. The Shipshewana Corn Maze is good, old-fashioned fun!
Visiting Shipshewana in Northern Indiana Amish Country is always a good idea. There’s plenty to do and see, whether you’re interested in Anabaptist history (Menno-Hof); looking to browse the Midwest’s largest flea market (Shipshewana Trading Place), wanting to peruse the town’s 16 historical murals; or just wanting to soak up some small-town, Midwest, peace and quiet. Shipshewana has all this and more.
The 53rd annual Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival is known as one of America’s premier arts & crafts festivals scheduled for August 6th through 9th, 2015 – where will you be?
If you love unique, handcrafted quality and style then I hope your answer to the above question was “at the Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival!” This incredible event involves well over 300 separate vendors from nearly 250 cities in over 30 states offering some of the most fantastic and diverse arts, crafts, and other handmade goods.
How would you like to visit the world of the Nativity? To not just view statues of it from the sidelines but actually enter into that very first Christmas in Bethlehem? You can at the Bremen Holy Walk!
We all know the Nativity – it’s everywhere this time of year from big displays in people’s yards, to tiny ones on their mantle, to re-enacted versions on television specials – but to be able to actually travel back in time to witness the Nativity … now that would be something.
Vacation time is often described as an attempt to break out of the daily grind – well, what if I told you that you could accomplish that very thing by visiting a daily grind? Bonneyville Mill, a historic grist mill in Bristol, IN that still grinds corn, wheat, rye and buckwheat the old-fashioned way: slowly and methodically with massive grist stones.
Bonneyville Mill, in the center of beautiful, Bonneyville Mill County Park, is a functioning grist mill and fascinating window to the past that you can visit and tour. It’s historic facilities are open to visitors May through October, while the expansive park it is in is open year-round!
The 51st Annual Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival runs from August 1-4, 2013 in Nappanee, Indiana.
An art competition, live entertainment and an Indiana Amish Country setting combine to form the annual Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival.
This event is ideal for art lovers wanting to combine their appreciation for arts and crafts with exploration of the Indiana Amish Country. The outdoor festival and market takes place at the Amish Acres farm’s pond.
Not content to rest on the artistic laurels of last year’s golden anniversary, the theme of the 2013 Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival is “Proud as a Peacock’s Plumage: The Colorful World of Art.” The festival draws its inspiration for the theme from the “It’s A-Peelin’ Apple Art,” an outdoor exhibit created by local artists and featuring a four foot tall apple sculpture of a peacock in full plumage. This Amish Acres historic Kuhn’s Apple Cider Mill, which is ranked in the Top 10 Cider Mills in America.
Attendance of this event is expected to be sky high once again, so it is recommended you reserve your lodging right away. Scottish Bed & Breakfast is just down the road a few miles from the festival and currently has rooms available through the festival weekend.
Do you need an idea for a great way to spend the weekend? We invite you to escape to fun and relaxation in Bremen at the Scottish B&B! Come and join us this summer as one Saturday each month we host live music at the Inn. Starting on June 29th, we will have the band Double Standard playing at the B&B from 7 – 11 p.m. Enjoy summer nights on the garden patio while live music enlivens the night! Join other guests and locals for quality music, great weather and a fun, relaxing evening. Don’t worry about where to park, cover charges, expensive cocktails, loud or obnoxious patrons…
Come in on Friday night and spend Saturday exploring Indiana Amish country. Or, just take it easy and hang around our property. Swim in the pool, walk the grounds, practice your putting on our putting green!
For the evening, sit back and enjoy Double Standard, a two man band playing covers of your favorite songs, ranging from the 60s all the way up to today’s popular music.
This is a great way to have a fun and safe night. Bring a bottle of wine with you to enjoy while listening to the music and getting to know other guests. Don’t worry about driving, you’re already home!
Saturday and Sunday morning, delight in the home made breakfast included in the price of your stay. We use only the highest quality ingredients for our breakfasts, including Amish farmed eggs, hormone free bacon and fresh fruits.
Locals are also welcome to attend our “Music Under the Stars” event. Admission is $25 per couple, which includes a dessert and non-alcoholic beverage.