Shipshewana Flea Market and Auction (Shipshewana , USA) Reviews
Description:Address: 345 S Van Buren St PO Box 185 Shipshewana, IN 46565
Newest Review: ... from the market and then in we went. The first few lines of stalls were selling plants and some were stunning flowering pots of colour. Other stalls sold fruit and vegetables which again looked colourful and very fresh. Cheese was another popular item for sale and also fresh bread and cakes all homemade and being sold by Amish families. Food stalls selling hand rolled pretzels, homemade ... more
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Shipshewana and the Flea Market Shipshewana is in the La Grange County of Indiana around 130 miles east of Chicago and is an Amish centre famous for holding the Midwest's largest outdoor flea market; indeed it is quite the largest market I have ever experienced. MIND YOUR AMISH MANNERS When we arrived we headed for the tourist information centre and collected some leaflets about the area and what we could see and do while there. One of the first things you notice are the black horse carriages driven by the local Amish. There are courtesies that they ask you to follow and these are; Never ask an Amish person to pose for a ... Read the complete review
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