In the early 1990’s the term “brick & mortar” was coined to describe internet businesses that possessed a building or operated a storefront. Nowhere is there a better example of that than in Amana. Our four historic businesses, hand built of brick and mortar have been in continuous operation since the 1850’s. We invite you to visit us to enjoy the beauty of the Midwest and experience the “Amana Difference” for yourself. We promise you that whether purchasing an Amana product online or visiting one of our stores in the Amana Colonies, you will have a most memorable and authentic experience because we are committed to our heritage, our traditions and the highest level of quality and craftsmanship.
724 48th Ave., Amana IA
319 622 3291 | 1 800 247 5088
Take the “time” to visit Iowa’s largest clock selection at the Amana Furniture Shop with over one hundred clocks on display. Watch as our craftsmen proudly handcraft solid walnut, cherry and oak furniture from our viewing gallery. Then enjoy the beauty and quality of our finished furniture, clocks, and gift items, alongside a variety of other manufacturers in our sales room.
Amana General Store
4423 220th Trail, Amana IA
319 622 7650 | 1 800 418 8318
With three great stores in one, the Amana General Store, Amana Coffee & Tea, and the Christmas Room, you are sure to find yourself something unique as a gift. New items are always arriving, from locally made pottery to Iowa made products to Amana foods. Make sure to stop by soon.
Amana Meat Market
4513 F St., Amana IA
319 622 7586 | 1 800 373 6328
Taste the quality of Amana at the Amana Meat Market. Enjoy the personal service and great selection of mouthwatering steaks, chops and bratwurst from our fresh meat case. Don’t miss the daily samples of our delicious sausages and other Amana foods while you’re there.
Amana Woolen Mill
800 48th Ave., Amana IA
319 622 3432 | 1 800 222 6430
See the looms in action, and browse through our large selection of blankets and scarves, in both wool and cotton, made right at the Amana Woolen Mill. Also, make sure and visit the salesroom for modern clothing styles not found in you local department stores, for both men and women.
The seven villages of the Amana Colonies represent an American dream come true; a thriving community founded on faith and community spirit. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965, the Amana Colonies attract hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, all of whom come to see and enjoy a place where the past is cherished and where hospitality is a way of life. The Amana Colonies offers something for everyone; from great food and wineries to shopping and live theater.
The Amana Colonies are located five miles north of Interstate 80 on Iowa Highway 151. A great weekend trip, the Colonies are centrally located between Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha and Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Open Year Round.