1719 Hans Herr House
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Historic early American buildings. Occasionally they also hold special events at this location with demonstrations of early American daily life activities
Just a few miles up the road from us, one of the oldest homes in the area from the early 1700’s. You are able to take a tour of the homestead.
The Hans Herr House is the oldest surviving house in Lancaster County. Check out the replica Native American longhouse located on the grounds.
The 1719 Hans Herr House is Lancaster County’s oldest surviving homestead.
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