Amana Colonies

Amana Colonies of Amana, Iowa, USA, is a group of seven villages spread over an area of 26000 acres. These 7 villages are Main Amana, Central Amana, West Amana, South Amana, Homestead, High Amana, and East Amana. This colony is a well-preserved and fascinating reminder of Amana's past where you can see wooden floors, original tin ceilings, and glass displays on top of the display. This place is best to enjoy with family and friends.


Art Galleries of Amana Colonies

A beautiful and attractive variety of art is present in Amana Colony. There are painters, metal workers, woodworkers, weavers, and many more in these fascinating arts which are quite exciting to watch. Many shops have also been opened by the local residents here which have handmade art items by him.

Events of Amana Colony

Special festivals and events are organized throughout the year in this colony in which some reflect the culture and heritage here and some are just for fun. The colony also has art classes that showcase works by local artists in the shops and longevity where you can take the information. Apart from these things, the colony is also famous for its food. Here you can enjoy traditional and delicious food.

Natural areas of Amana colonies

This colony of Amana is situated on the banks of the river, where you can enjoy and experience the natural land. You can enjoy walking or on a bike along the way along the river. Sit comfortably in the shade of the lush green trees around you and enjoy watching small beautiful animals and birds feed them by hand. There are also white cross-sellers here, which is the wine industry. The enchanting view of the dense forest and rolling hills is a sight to behold and the natural land has been designed splendidly.


  • The Seven Villages of Amana was listed as a National Historic Site in 1965.
  • All seven of these villages were built by the German Radical PT Store.

Activities:-Known for its unique history, Amana Colony has a wide variety of activities to do. You can enjoy the best during your visit to the Heritage Museum here. Plan a trip here to see beautiful views of the pasture, Trail Lily Lake, Millrace, and the surrounding countryside as you walk the 3.1 mill paved trail connecting the village of Central Amana and Amana. There are also 2 parking spaces and picnic spots along the trail.

What to expect:-Be sure to visit and experience the unique display of over 200 miniature paintings in miniature replicas of Amana Colony. You can make your trip memorable by coming here. You can enjoy these winter camping on 4 acres of land here from January to April during the cold season. You go hiking around the pond in the afternoon. The facilities of electricity, outhouse, wood, and fire pit are provided to the visitors.


Plan to visit:-Amana Colony is open for visitors seven days a week. Make sure to visit here to make your trip with your friends, families, and kids a memorable one where you can enjoy seeing handcrafted quality gift items and furniture. The entry timings here are from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and on Sundays from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. No entry fee is charged here.

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