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4524 220th Trail, Box 73, Amana, IA 52203

Amazing Grace Antiques & Gifts is located next to the bakery on Main Street of historic Main Amana. We invite you to stop by and shop the wonderful antique and gift items chosen just for you!


1232 U Ave. , Amana, IA 52203

 “Where your love story is captured in a celebration as unique as the love that brought you together”

As an ordained minister in the state of Iowa, I’d be honored to be your Wedding Officiant.  I thoroughly enjoy working with couples to create a special ceremony just “as you wish”  – formal or informal, spiritual or secular, serious or light-hearted while incorporating your own beliefs, lifestyles, and vows.  I specialize in outdoor ceremonies and have built a breathtaking site which overlooks one of the ponds on our property located in the timber just north of Amana.

I honor all beliefs and lifestyles.

Please contact me to learn more about my services and how I can help create your special day!



4410 F St, Amana, IA 52203


4420 220th Trail, Amana, IA 52203


210 W. Dillon Street, Marengo, IA 52301


2608 220th Trail, Middle Amana, Ia 52307


618 8th Avenue, West Amana, IA 52203

Hours: Monday - Saturday 9-5 Sundays 12 - 4

Our shop is located in the village of West Amana, right next door to our Giant Walnut Rocking Chair.  Come watch our broomaker handcraft brooms on an old ‘kicker’ broom winding machine.  Our baskets are made locally and include traditional German willow baskets with the replaceable bottom rims.  We also carry a large selection of handcrafted wooden items made by Schanz Furniture and local craftsmen. So much to see here that you will not want to miss this stop during your visit to the Amana Colonies!

Also at this location: The Philip Dickel Basket Exhibit/Museum Gallery features a changing exhibit of baskets from across the USA.


716 46th Ave, Amana, IA 52203

Please call or check calendar on Airbnb for availability.

“A great place to stay if you are visiting the Amana Colonies.”

Buh Schloss B&B was originally built in the 1890’s as one of the last communal residences in the Amana Colonies. It boasts three guest bedrooms, three guest baths, a full kitchen as well as multiple gathering spaces. Set up as a Airbnb, Buh Schloss gives the personal touch and creature comforts of home while you are away! Pets welcome upon approval. Rates range from $85 (+state & local tax) to $120 (+ state & local tax) based on availability and events in town. Please see our Airbnb listing for any additional details.

All reservations must be made through please follow the link here:

  • Room One features a view of the Market Barn as well as our gardens. It has a queen bed and an en suite bathroom.
  • Room Two features a view of the market barn as well as our gardens. It has a queen bed and a designated bathroom across the hall.
  • Room Three features a view of our gardens. It has a queen bed and a designated bathroom across the hall.
  • Group Package: If you have a large group and would like to book all three rooms you will have the entire B&B to yourself.

Buh Schloss is normally only open on the weekends (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), with some availability during the week. Please contact us to find out available dates.

There is no smoking on the premises.

Check in is flexible and can be catered to your needs. Check out is 11:00 AM.

As this is an Airbnb, continental, self serve, breakfast foods are available during the week, a hot breakfast is available on the weekends only.  A prepared hot breakfast is composed of fruit, eggs, sausage or bacon, toast, milk, juice, coffee and tea. Let us know in advance if you have special dietary requirements or restrictions.

There are multiple flower gardens for your enjoyment over our half acre of land as well as a fire pit for evening gatherings. Buh Schloss is within walking distance of all events, restaurants and shops in Main Amana. Please visit us on Facebook, Airbnb, or contact us with any questions you may have.

We look forward to your visit to Buh Schloss and the Amana Colonies!


(319) 622-3969

4506 220th Trail, Amana, IA 52203

Catiri’s Art Oasis was established in 2001. Ithiel & Jenise Catiri decided to move to the beautifully wooded rolling hills of Amana to establish a life, creating & selling their artworks. Over the years, the gallery has rapidly evolved to its present location nestled in the historic village of Main Amana, Iowa. Located in the historic Noe’ Haus and displaying over 100 regional artists works, it is a true art oasis. We are all about promoting the arts! We just can’t imagine life without art! We want to share that excitement with everyone!

Catiri’s Art Oasis has a passionate team of creative thinkers that link the chain between the customer and the artists, making it easy & efficient to make the addition of unique, one of a kind art to your collection, design and decor. With over 100 artists in all varieties of mediums and styles, there is always something perfect. Catiri’s Art Oasis has a wonderful comprehensive package, offering originals (watercolor, oil, pastel, acrylic, pen & ink), prints (limited edition giclee, hand-colored etchings), ceramics (functional & decorative, wood-fired, sculptural), glass (Fused, blown, lampworked) & many other accents.

319-398-5317 Toll Free: 855-730-1405

410 Third Avenue SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401

Visit the extraordinary world of the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art! Enter through a towering plant-filled atrium and branch off into galleries filled with a selection of more than 2,000 years of art. From Roman busts to American landscape paintings to contemporary art and craft, experience an ever-changing selection from the Museum’s permanent collection of 5,600 works of art. Included amongst the CRMA’s treasures is the world’s largest collection of works by Regionalist artist, Grant Wood, who lived and worked in Cedar Rapids most of his life. In addition, see exciting and thought-provoking temporary exhibitions on display throughout the year. There’s something for everyone at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art!