Kent County Delaware's Amish community lies just west of the city of Dover and is a working community. Homes and schools are not open to the public, but you'll be welcomed at the shops below and will enjoy traveling through this scenic and peaceful countryside. Contact our office at 800-233-5368 for more information. Also visit: Amish.Net is America's first website devoted to Amish Country information, Amish madeproducts and tourism services.
- Handmade crafts, wood stoves, groceries, bakery, ice cream and more. Open Monday-Saturday.
Shady Lane Selections1121 Victory Chapel Road
- Quilts, fabric, toys and unusual gifts.
- Quilts are made to order or can be bought off the rack.
- Open Monday-Saturday
Country Furniture & Crafts764 Winding Creek Road
- Hand made furniture and crafts
- Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday, 9am-5pm
Daniel Yoder Furniture Shop462 Rose Valley School Road
- Handmade Amish furniture
- Closed Sundays
Rose Valley School Road Greenhouse1288 Rose Valley School Road
- Hanging baskets, annuals and perennials
- Closed Sundays
American Heirlooms by Kenton Chair Shop291 Blackiston Road
Kenton and a shop at 5321 N. Dupont Highway
Amish Furniture482 Walnut Shade Road
Dover (South of Dover at Woodside Center)
- Handmade Amish furniture for every room
Spence's Bazaar & Auction550 S. New Street
- Indoor/outdoor flea market
- Wide variety of indoor shopping
- Amish foods
- Open Tuesday and Fridays, 8am-5:30pm
Held at the Aman Miller Farm third Saturday of October.
Amish Country Bike Tour
- One of the state's largest and most established cycling events
- Suited for all ages and abilities
- Includes 15, 25, 50, 62 and 100-mile loops through the flatlands of Delaware's Amish farmlands
- Rest stops include the famous Amish Schoolhouse where members of the Amish community serve home-baked pies and cookies
- $60 per adult; $25 for 5-16; five and under, free
This event will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2012, starting at 411 Legislative Avenue in historic Dover, Delaware. Register online or register by mail now. Proceeds from this year's bike tour will benefit the Central Delaware YMCA, the Amish Schoolhouse education program, three local participating churches and the Bike Tour fund.