First Memmonite Church: The First Mennonite Church of Berne, Indiana, dates back to 1852 when a company of approximately 70 Swiss Mennonites immigrated from "Muensterberg" of the Bernese Jura Mountains. The Berne Mennonite Church was constructed from 1910-1912 [the sanctuary of this building is the largest in North America] and was dedicated on Easter Sunday, April 7, 1912.
City of Berne, also known as the Furniture Capital of Indiana has many furniture stores and shops for you to find that special peice for your home or that special someone in your life.
The Ceylon Covered Bridge, The single span 1126-foot Ceylon Covered Bridge built with a Howe Truss like those built by Smith Bridge Co. The date 1862 is painted on the portel. It is the only bridge still standing of 9 built in Adams County and 23 built over the Wabash River. It was bypassed in 1974. In all of Indiana 90 are still standing today, from around 600 built in Indiana during the period between 1820 and 1922.