Down A Country Road Amish Tours & Shops
Down A Country Road Amish Gifts and Tours is located in the heart of Wisconsin's largest Amish community. We are just 2 miles East of Cashton on State Hwy. 33. Down A Country Road features a village of 5 gift shops and a Ice Cream shop, along with a tour service of the Amish populated area. The gift shops are set in a village like setting amongst beautifully landscaped gardens. Of the shops located on our property, the "Amish Shop" was built by the Amish and is filled with their hand crafted treasures. You will find furniture, quilts, rugs, baskets, wall hangings, cookie cutters, and so much more. "The Little Red Shed" will delight the country shopper. This little gift shop was built on the farm in 1905 and features unique gift items, many of which are made by local artisans. "Emma's Kitchen" will temp your taste buds. This gift shop, also built by the Amish is filled with an array of food products, from jams to jellies to bread mixes, maple syrup to honey products, you are sure to find that just right treat or gift. “Kinner Korner Children’s Shop” is where you will find an array of products for the wee one in your life. From Amish made furniture such as high chairs, table and chairs, rocking chairs, rocking horses and more to books and other items for children it is sure to delight you. “Not So Plain & Simple” is a the newest addition to the village of shops. As the name suggests it is not so plain and simple… featuring items for the ladies. Hand made scarves, jewelry, purses, aprons, lotion and potions and more. When you are done shopping, enjoy a hand dipped ice cream cone from the cute little "Country Corner Ice Cream Shoppe". All of the shops are located on our farm in the heart of Amish country. We provide guided tours of our Amish neighbors by reservation. We have been giving Amish tours for 20 years and are the most experienced tour guides in the area. A guide will ride with you in your vehicle for 1 1/2 hour as you visit our Amish neighbors. We'll share the history, traditions and customs of our Old Order Amish friends with you. Bus tours are welcome. Please call for a reservation, as these tours are offered only on a very limited basis. A self guided tour is available each day that we are open.
Hours of Operation
May-Oct Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm. Reservations required for tours.
From Tomah, follow I-90 to Sparta. Take Hwy. 27 exit. Turn South onto Hwy. 27 and travel 14 miles to the intersection of Hwy. 27 & 33. Turn left into the Village of Cashton. Watch for signs to continue traveling on Hwy. 33. Turn right onto Hwy. 33.
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