Shipshewana, Indiana, Menno-Hof, The Amish & Mennonite Story
Experience the history and heritage of Northern Indiana’s often misunderstood Amish and Mennonites. Travel through five centuries of fascinating history, from their origins in Switzerland, to their arrival in America and their lives in present day Indiana. Centered amid park like grounds, the complex was built by Amish and Mennonite craftsmen during an old fashioned barn raising.
History unfolds as you explore a 17th century sailing ship and reple.icas of a 19th century print shop and meeting house. Recent additions include a life liek tornado experience, a glimpse into a Norethern Indiana Amish home and a 16th century martyr room.
Gift shop features handcrafted items by local Amish and Mennonites.
One mile north of US 20 and SR 5, just south of downtown Shipshewana/June-August: Mondy-Friday 10 am to 7 pm. Saturday 10-5/September-May Monday-Saturday 10-5.