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Escape to Amish Acres in Nappanee, Indiana and share the heritage of these intriguing people in quiet celebration of Americaac2s tolerance for diversity. Time stopped over a century ago and preserves, in the Amish, a way of life adhering to nearly forgotten patterns of living in todayac2s fast paced world. The legacy of the three generations of the family who lived here is seen and felt through a nostalgic visit to the farm and homestead. Amish Acres is a working farm to the extent that horses, cows, chickens, geese, and pigs inhabit the barnyards, barn, and animal sheds. The Amish neighbor cuts and bales hay three times a year using horse-drawn equipment. Domestic demonstrations are practiced throughout the day, often reflecting the seasons. Special outbuildings, built in 1874, feature a food drying house, brick bake oven, and smoke house. These buildings long forgotten, were restored in 1969, with the knowledge and assistance of Albert Kuhns, son of the last owner of the farm