Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum, part of the PA State Museum system, is a living history museum interpreting Pennsylvania German life from 1740-1940. Once an actual rural crossroads village, Landis Valley has more than 40 historic structures located on 100 scenic acres. Costumed guides explain Pennsylvania German traditions and folklore, skilled artisans demonstrate traditional crafts and open hearth cooking. Horse-drawn wagon rides are also offered during special events and for groups. The museum also features the Heirloom Seed Project, authentic farmsteads, historic breeds of animals, and a Landis Valley Museum Store offering the work of the artists who demonstrate on site and other local artists.
Facilities available for rent: Weddings, Receptions, Corporate Meetings and Functions, Family Reunions, Parties.
Open year round. Tuesday - Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Sunday 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Handicap accessible; wheel chairs available on site.
Admission is charged. Active Military families receive free general admission. Group rates available. Please click through to our website for current rates and events.