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Ohio's Amish Country Museums

From Amish culture to historical homes to world-renowned carvings you will want to check out our local museums.

Behalt

Behalt, also known as the Amish & Mennonite Heritage Information Center, has a 360 degree mural that depicts the history of the Mennonites & Amish.  If you are curious about the Mennonites or Amish then this will be one of the most informative museums in Ohio Amish Country.
5798 County Road 77, Berlin, OH 44610

David Warther Carvings

David Warther Carvings  This museum displays the works of David Warther, grandson to Mooney Warther (Warther Museum).  While Mooney Warther’s collection displays trains, David Warther has carved the history of the ship.  The displays are carved with antique ivory, ebony wood and abalone pearl.
1775 Ohio 39, Sugarcreek, OH 44681

J.E. Reeves Victorian Home & Museum

J.E. Reeves Victorian Home & Museum  This is the former home of Jeremiah E. Reeves, Dover’s first millionaire.  The 17-room home is decorated for the period when Reeves occupied the home with some of his original furnishings.  They offer a guided tour of the home as well as the Carriage House.
325 East Iron Avenue, Dover, OH  44622

Millersburg Glass Museum

Millersburg Glass Museum contains works by John Fenton.  There used to be an actual glass factory in Millersburg.  This famous glass has been collected by people worldwide.  There are some featured pieces on display that are part of a private collection.  They are located on the same campus as the Victorian House Museum.
484 Wooster Road (SR 83), Millersburg, OH 44654

Victorian House Museum

Victorian House Museum Listed in the National Historic Registry and featured on HGTV, this home offers 28 antique-filled rooms. Public self-guided tours. They are also supposedly haunted! While you are in Millersburg, stop by the many antique shops.
484 Wooster Road (SR 83), Millersburg, OH 44654

Warther Museum

Warther Museum  This is the innkeepers favorite of the museums in Ohio Amish Country! Learn about World Master Carver, Mooney Warther, his knives and train carvings. The Smithsonian in Washington has valued his collection as “priceless”. To just call this a museum would be doing it an injustice. Mrs. Warther’s button collection and beautiful gardens are on the same property.
331 Karl Ave., Dover, OH 44622 (driveway on State Route 39)