Shipshewana Bed and Breakfast Inns
Bed and breakfast inns near Shipshewana
Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast
— 7 miles W Middlebury, IN
|Located in the heart of Amish country, sit on the... Read More
$109 - $159
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Shipshewana is filled with some of the finest shops and specialty stores and the best restaurants. Try one of the horse-drawn buggy rides which you can find anywhere in town and the turn-of-the-century commercial architecture that makes you feel as if you are in another time. For entertainment, Shipshewana has the largest indoor water park resort and on Sundays you and the whole family can enjoy shows at the Mousetrap Puppet Theater. For snacks, you will enjoy some of the best hand-rolled pretzels at Jo-Jo's. For antique lovers, you can drop by an antique auction at the biggest flea market in the Midwest. Do not forget to stay at any Shipshewana bed and breakfast inn while you are there. By Morton Street B&B.
Shipshewana can be found at LaGrange County, Indiana. This small town boasts a number of attractions that have been the reasons why visitors continue to visit and spend a few days at the Shipshewana bed and breakfast inns. The Menno-Hof Mennonite - Amish Visitor Center is one of the most popular destinations in the town. This museum is best for those who want to learn more about its rich history. Those who would like to learn the automobile's past, going to Hostetler's Hudson Auto Museum is the option. Kids and the entire family have a great time at the Wana Waves Splash Universe. Going around Shipshewana is best done by being on the Buggy Line Day Tours. Shipshewana celebrates several festivals in a year, such as the Fall Crafters Fair, Pajama Sale, and Mayfest. People who wish to see the town should make it a point to be there during any of the festivals.