Landis Valley Museum, Lancaster

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The Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum is a 100-acre living history museum located on the site of a former rural crossroads village in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Founded by brothers Henry K. Landis and George Landis in 1925 and incorporated in 1941, it is now operated by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Its staff and volunteers collect, conserve, exhibit, and interpret Pennsylvania German material, culture, history and heritage from 1740 through 1940.

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  • Great little museum but the grounds are fabulous. Great walk and the working farm is awesome. So much information on the life in German Pennsylvania during early and mid American history.  more »
  • We took the tour on a rainy, cool weekend. Not all of the buildings were open, and not all of the experiences were available, because they were still in the process of opening fully, due to COVID...  more »
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  • Great historical area located in Lancaster, PA. Cute little shops and a cool blacksmith shop. Beautiful old houses and ample parking. A little bit of a hike to get there, but for me ,well worth it.
  • Beautiful place to visit. Learned some new and interesting things. Very enjoyable afternoon. I'd love to go again next time I'm out that way

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