Guided tour of the oldest home in Lancaster County and oldest original Mennonite meeting house in the Western Hemisphere
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$16 for tour admission for two adults ($30 value)
$40 for a family package with tour admission for two adults and two kids, plus a 2014 membership ($75 value)
1719 Hans Herr House & Museum and Lancaster Longhouse
Built in 1719, the Hans Herr House is the oldest home in Lancaster County, and the oldest original Mennonite meeting house in America. The grounds are also home to the Lancaster Longhouse, which honors the culture and customs of the Conoy, Lenape, Susquehannock and other tribes who met those early European settlers. In this outdoor exhibit, visitors learn about the shared experiences of these two unique communities.