Amish Countryside

Explore a thriving Amish community of tours and sightseeing, just west of Dover, and add an unexpected adventure to your outdoor vacation

A Strong Community of Craftsmanship

Travel just west of Dover and you’ll find Kent County’s working, thriving Amish community that offers touring and sightseeing opportunities. Here you can find a collection of country stores with handcrafted furniture and fabrics, as well as fresh produce, baked goods and much more. Wander this peaceful countryside, savor its simplicity and sample some hearty dining along the way. 

 

While the community’s private residences and schools are not open to the public, visitors are more than welcome to stop by the community’s cabinetmakers, woodworkers and other Amish-owned shops like those listed below.

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Mast Harness Shop

Mast Harness Shop

Since horses are utilitarian and a means of farming and transportation, you can image that there are shops that focus on horse and livestock, such as Mast…

Miller’s Feed and Hay

Miller’s Feed and Hay

Since horses are utilitarian and a means of farming and transportation, you can image that there are shops that focus on horse and livestock, such as…

Rose Valley Greenhouse

Rose Valley Greenhouse

A wide variety of plants, flowers, perennials, annuals , veggies and much more. Monday-Friday: 8AM-6PMSaturday: 8AM-5PMSunday: Closed

Shady Lane Selections

Shady Lane Selections

Visitors can see handcrafted quilts, shop for quilt supplies, and fabrics along with kitchen glass, housewares, china and gifts.

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