• Amish Acres in Nappanee, Indiana is the only Amish Farm listed in the National Register of Historic Places


    In 1839, widow Barbara Stahly and her five sons immigrated from Germany and settled in the southwest corner of Elkhart County. According to University of Chicago historian James Landing, this makes the Stahly family likely the first Amish settlers in Indiana. By 1873, son Christian had acquired 80 acres of land and, in 1874, proceeded to build a house and barn, to establish a farm for his son, Moses. In 1893 Moses’ father-in-law built the main house. When Moses decide to move to Kansas, he sold the farm to his wife’s cousin, Noah Nisly, who, at his retirement sold it to his son-in-law, Manasses Kuhns. The farm, being in sound condition, was purchased from the Kuhns family estate for the purpose of restoring the structures and preserving the traditions of the Amish settlers who lovingly farmed and cared for the property. After a year of intense and meticulous work of restoring the buildings and property, Amish Acres was opened to the public in 1970. It is the only Amish farm listed in the National Register of Historic Places.


    Amish Acres Historic Farm & Heritage Resort is a time capsule revealing life as it was 140 years ago in rural Indiana. The legacy of three generations of an Amish family can be experienced through guided tours of the 12-room farmhouse, barns and outbuildings, experiencing the tools and furnishings that made it all work. It is a working farm complete with livestock, gardens and orchard.

    Dining at Amish Acres One of the barns has been “re-commissioned” into the Restaurant Barn. Experience family-style dining with the nationally famous Threshers Dinner, a feast of Amish recipe “good old fashioned” country favorites. In addition, Theme Dinners are inspired by the Round Barn Theatre performances, Group Parties, Catering and, of course, Wedding Receptions are all part of the Amish Acres dining experience.

    The arts and Crafts Festival is a regional favorite, anticipated each year by people from all across the country.

    The Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival marks it’s 56th anniversary in 2018. The festival and marketplace has earned the respect of talented artists and artisans from all across the United States. Nearly 250 towns and cities from 30 states have been represented by exhibitors to date. The artist exhibitors enjoy the fact that all participants are juried in order to participate, ensuring a level of quality that attracts multitudes of shoppers from all across northern Indiana, southern Michigan as well as Illinois and Ohio. That, combined with a family-friendly but business-oriented approach brings many of them back, year after year. Typically the festival will include entertainment on three different stages, festival foods, arts, hands-on crafts, prizes, animals and much more.

    The Round Barn Theatre, built in 1911 has accompanied thousands of shows, guests and unforgettable nights with laughter and entertainment. Home to New York City Broadway, The Round Barn Theater has brought Annie, Mama Mia, Barry Manilow’s “Copacabana”, Happy Days, Lend me a Tenor, The Rat Pack Lounge and many more leading shows to Michiana. It is a full performing arts venue with its own scene shop and rehearsal space. It employs a full time technical staff of director, manager and designers. Performances of Broadway hits experienced in the arena-style environment of the Round Barn will not soon be forgotten.

  • The Inn at Amish Acres, Nappanee, Indiana is country style inn with comfortable relaxing decor and modern amenities

    The Inn at Amish Acres has 62 nonsmoking and beautifully designed rooms, three meeting rooms, an outdoor pool, perennial gardens in the courtyard and rocking chairs on the porch. A two-day-one-night stay is ideal for immersing in the culture of a time gone by.

  • Weddings and Receptions at Amish Acres are indeed special and unique. Many couples return year after year to relive the memories of beautifully manicured lawns and historic surroundings that made their special day one to cherish. A beautiful and elegant place to Tie the Knot, Amish Acres Ceremony and Reception Hall can be fully equipped with alluring decorations, lights, bands and or DJ’s, linens, a dance floor and, Amish Acres even has a full-service Catering! Their catering includes anything from expensive tasting Hors D’oeuvres to family style meals. Staff is also available to help make your special day that much more memorable and easy!

    Amish Acres Video highlights the perfect place for a wedding

  • From guided tours to Broadway presentations, from weekend getaways to arts and crafts shopping, from the Wine Tasting Loft to the Blue Ribbon Art Museum – The Amish Acres Experience is a cultural, historical experience like no other.


    PHONE: 574.773.4188

    LOCATION: 1600 West Market Street, Nappanee, IN 46550

    EMAIL US: amishacres@amishacres.com

    WEBSITE: amishacres.com


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