The Amish Heritage Farm Museum was one of the first Amish farms settled in Tennessee in 1944, when the Amish emigrated from Ohio and Mississippi. It was a fully functioning Amish farm, until several years ago, when the family sold the farm and moved further out into the country. Today, due to the generosity of a local Amish family, both the Amish House and Dawdi Haus have been restored back to their original state, complete with period furnishings and artifacts from the 1944 era. A replica one room Amish school house was also added to the grounds and has been set up to accurately depict a local Amish school house. Our guided, educational tours offer a rare glimpse into Amish culture, and their daily lives.
Tours include both our authentic Amish House and Dawdi Haus Museum, Harness shop, Hen-house with animals, and a replica one room Amish school house. We also have an authentic Amish buggy that you can take pictures in! Photos allowed on this farm only! The Amish Heritage Farm Museum is also available for private events.
There are two Amish Welcome Centers located next to each other, however tickets to the historic Amish Heritage Farm Museum are ONLY available at the Amish Heritage Welcome Center. Look for the building with a paved parking lot and all the American flags on top!
Our family owned and operated Gift Shop has the largest selection of quality Amish hand crafted furniture, baskets, soaps, leather goods, candles, toys, birdhouses, quilts, cutting boards, and much more! All on consignment by the local Amish. Your purchase helps support the local Amish community. No garage sale items or flea market junk here! Stop by to purchase Wagon and Museum tour tickets, learn more about local Amish culture, or to pick up a FREE AMISH MAP. Our friendly staff can provide directions to nearby farms.
There are two Amish Welcome Centers located next to each other, but we are the ONLY one providing tours of the historic Amish Heritage Farm Museum. Come visit the Amish in Tennessee! Look for the building with a paved parking lot and American flags on top!
Take a horse drawn wagon tour with a local guide through the Amish countryside. Stops at several Amish farms with a chance to purchase their produce, baked goods and more included. Our wagons are clean and in excellent condition ensuring that your tour is comfortable and enjoyable. Our guides are also local to the area, very knowledgeable and give the best wagon tours in Ethridge! Come visit the Amish Community in Tennessee. So much to see, fun for the WHOLE FAMILY!
The Venue at the nearby Amish Museum offers an air conditioned seating area to wait for a tour on busy days. We will bring the wagon to you! FREE parking and FREE MAPS of the Amish area. Group Discounts available.
The Venue is located in front of the nearby Amish Heritage Farm Museum and offers a climate controlled seating area to wait for tours on busy days. We are the ONLY Amish Welcome Center offering an indoor, air conditioned seating area with a snack bar, clean restrooms and a place to enjoy your own sack lunch. There are also several vintage games available on tables to keep the kids busy, and plenty of charging stations to charge cell phones and other devices. Don't wait in a hot, crowded parking lot on busy days for a wagon tour, come relax at the Venue. We will bring the wagon to you!
Perfect for families or large groups that would like to make a day of it and save money by bringing their own lunch. We can store your meal in our kitchen while you take a Wagon tour, then come back for lunch and head back out for a Museum tour afterward. The Venue can seat up to 45 people comfortably and is also available for private events, including Weddings and Birthday parties. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to schedule your group event today!
We love our customers! Stop by for a spell and pick up a FREE MAP of the local Amish area. We can provide directions to farms if you are looking for something in particular.
4001 Highway 43 N Ethridge, Tennessee, US
Please note we are closed during all Amish holidays:
Ascension Day (40 days after Easter)