Amish Country Tours

Groups
Groups of twelve or more qualify for group rates. Do not be discouraged if you have a large group. Some of our homes accommodate nearly 100 people… comfortably! The Illinois Amish Museum has been serving groups for fourteen years and we strive to make your experience memorable and hassle free. Upon making reservations, we promptly send a confirmation and itinerary. We can even provide descriptions and pictures upon request for your groups to use as promotional materials.

Please call for group pricing and packaging. Also, see Sample Itineraries for suggested activities for your trip.

Additional Information to Note
Credit card information is required to hold reservations for all tours and meals. This card will be charged if the tour/meal is not canceled within 72 hours of date reserved.

Payment
Payment by check is required 5 days prior to arrival.

Payment by credit card can be made anytime before arrival or the day of arrival at Rockome Gardens.

Meal information
Final meal counts are due one week prior to your meal and is what you will pay for. Minor changes (two people or less) are acceptable up to 2 days prior to your meal.

Tips are included for meals in an Amish home.


Tour Operators
The Amish Museum and Amish Country Tours have an in-house local receptive operator waiting to serve you. Whether you are planning Amish tours, guided tours, meals, lodging, or other attractions during your stay, we are on top of the most exciting and memorable experiences for your group. We can help plan every minute and detail of your visit, and assist with stopovers to the area.







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This site was made possible in part by a grant from the Illinois Association of Museums. Illinois Association of Museums Illinois Amish Interpretive Center
125 N County Road 425E, Arcola IL 61910
Phone: 217-268-4106
E-Mail: amishcenter@consolidated.net

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Photographs courtesy of Raymond Bial, author of Amish Home. www.raybial.com