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Menno-Hof Mennonite-Amish Visitor Center

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Located in a house and barn built by Mennonite and Amish groups in a 6 day barn raising, a guided 1 hour tour provides an introduction to these distinctive religious communities. Audio-visual presentations, historical exhibits and a playground with handmade toys are also featured.

Location: Shipshewana Indiana Telephone 260-768-4117 Fax 260-768-4118

Other History nearby:
(Berrien Springs) 1839 Historic Courthouse Museum
(South Bend) Copshaholm, The Oliver Mansion
(Antwerp) Ehrhart Museum
(Niles) Fort St. Joseph Museum
(Garrett) Garrett Historical Society
(Rome City) Gene Stratton Porter State Historic Site

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