See how the Amish live today on guided tours of this 9-room house, the only designated "Heritage Site" Amish house tour in Lancaster County. Learn about the significance of Plain clothing. See how the Amish live without electricity, yet use modern appliances in the home, such as the gasoline powered washing machine. Learn how church services are held in the home. Take a look at the Amish telephone booth and typical vegetable garden outside. Sit at real Amish desks and learn about one-room education in the new Fisher Amish schoolroom, part of the house tour. The guide will unravel some of the riddles of Amish culture. Also available is "Jacob's Choice" in the Amish Experience Theater, plus guided tours of the Amish farmlands, Amish Visit-in-Person Tours (designated "Heritage Tour"), and Witness Movie Covered Bridge Tours. Special combination packages plus special tours and pricing for adult and school groups of 20 or more. See Amish Country News or website for coupons.