Largest Amish-style Buggy
(this is officially in Berlin, OH which is 10 miles south of Wooster. Take route 83 south out of Wooster to route 39 (Amish Byway) and head east 2 miles to Berlin. I put it in this Travel Guide because more people will see it here).
The Wendell Austin Forge company created this huge buggy for who-knows-why!
It is about 10 feet tall and 13 feet long and weighs more than a half-ton.
Good for a couple of quick pictures and that is about it. (there are also great bakeries and cheese places in Berlin)
the location of the company is at: 7007 route 62 (off route 39).
you can take self-guided tours of the company where the buggy is on display.
Wooster isn't as boring as you think!
"Some Great Things About Wooster"
I've lived in Wooster for about 3 years now, and I'm tired of people talking about how boring it is. Wooster is situated smack in the middle of Ohio's Amish country -- the town is packed full of Amish bakeries that sell homemade pies and locally-owned dairies that serve fresh ice cream and milk. It's a short drive from scenic state routes, where you can photograph old barns and farmland, not to mention a short distance from Millersburg and Kidron, home to many of Ohio's Amish families.
So here are a few reasons why I love Wooster and DON'T think it's boring! Hope you enjoy, and come visit some time!