Going on Faith

Summer 2017

The Magazine for faith-based travel planners.

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going on faith [ summer 2017 ] AMISH ACRES | NAPPANEE Most groups that visit northern Indiana plan a stop at Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort, where they can get a comprehensive look at the his- tory and traditions of the Amish people who inhabit the area. Built on a 19th-cen- tury Amish farmstead, Amish Acres features historic buildings and interpreters who demonstrate Amish lifestyle and farming techniques, many of which are still used today. In addition to taking a guided tour of the farm and historic structures, groups see a show in the Amish Acres' Red Barn Theater, which is the national home of the Amish-themed musical "Plain and Fancy"; it also features a season of other productions. The on-site restaurant offers Amish-style Threshers Dinners, served family style in a barn. WWW.AMISHACRES.COM A camel farm on the "Brown Bag Tour" of Amish Country Located one hour north of Indianapolis and two hours south of Chicago, off of Interstate 65. We are home of Purdue University and home of exciting attractions featuring art, architecture, outdoor adventures, clean energy, agritourism and history! Wolf Park Contact Ashley Gregory and start planning today, agregory@HomeOfPurdue.com SAMARA, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed house Wabash & Erie Canal Park Agritourism

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