Big Amos

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Amos started out at Zinn's Diner as the talking Pennsylvania Dutch Barefoot Amish fiberglass giant urging people to come into the diner and taste some great Amish food! Some 15-feet tall all and carrying a pre-industrial rake, Amos was moved to the Lancaster Heritage Center when Zinn's diner closed in 2003. Too big for downtown Lancaster, Amos was loaned out to Hershey Farm Restaurant and Inn where he still stands with rake in hand!

Member Photos

August 11, 2021
August 11, 2021
I feel short!
Selfie with Amos
Homeboy needs a pedicure!!!