Welcome to Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum!

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We are a living history village and farm, that collects, preserves and interprets the history and material culture of the Pennsylvania German rural community from 1740 to 1940. Landis Valley Museum's richly layered story is the history of an early Pennsylvania German settlement, an unusual farm family and the ongoing creation and exploration of a wonderfully diverse collection of artifacts. When brothers Henry Kinzer Landis (1865 - 1955) and George Diller Landis (1867 - 1954) opened the museum in 1925 at their Landis Valley residence, the area had been a small Pennsylvania German settlement since the mid 1800s. Expanded to its current size, we now invite visitors to experience the 18th and 19th century village and farm life in Lancaster County, PA all in one visit.



Happenings at Landis Valley


March 28

Heirloom Seed Project Workshop:  Grafting Workshop


April 11

Victorian Tea & Tour
Register Early! 


April 18

Spring Benefit Auction


April 18

Folk Art & Friendship Class:  Plastic Soda Butterfly


April 19

The History of the Lancaster Long Rifle
Lecture by rifle exhibit guest curator John Kolar 


April 25

Folk Art & Friendship Class:  Wool Felt Penny Rug

Morning class added Register Early! 


May 8 & 9

Herb & Garden Faire


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