The 1719 Hans Herr House Museum contains buildings and exhibits tracing the formation of Lancaster County and early America, including three Pennsylvania German farmhouses; several barns; a blacksmith shop, smokehouse and outdoor bake oven and an extensive collection of farm equipment spanning three centuries. The 1719 House itself is the oldest building in Lancaster County and the oldest Mennonite meetinghouse in the Americas.
Take an interactive tour here.
The Lancaster Longhouse adds a new dimension to the 1719 Herr House Museum, by teaching about the life and culture of the people who lived in this area before the Europeans settled here.
Read what Malerie Yolen Cohen of the Huffington Post wrote about her experience here.
Take a walk back in time. See, hear, smell, touch and taste American history.