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Illinois Amish Interpretive Center


category : Museums
The first museum in Illinois dedicated to the Amish culture. Traces the history of the Amish religion and provides an extensive look into the lives of Illinois Amish. 18 minute video, meals, tours, gift shop, book store, and accommodations.


Admission: Price Varies. Group rates available.
Hours: April-November - M-S: 10am-5:30pm December-March - W-S: 10am-4:30pm
Address: 111 S. Locust
Phone: 800-45a-mish
Our Email: iaic@one-eleven.net
Our Website:www.amishcenter.com

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