Each year, Living History Farms invites guests to dinner at one of the museum’s many historic homes. Much more than a meal, you’ll step back in time to get a glimpse of life in the past and a taste of history at a Historic Dinner program!
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The 1900 Farm staff welcomes guests with a horse-drawn wagon ride to the farm house, where they cozy up to the wood-burning stove and enjoy a hearty meal.
The Dahl Historic Dinners at Tangen in the 1876 town of Walnut Hill are special occasion meals shared in the Victorian dining room, followed by fun and frivolous games in the parlor afterwards.
Enjoy a harvest dinner with the best of fall flavors on a Sunday afternoon at the Flynn Mansion. Learn a bit about the Flynn family farm and what harvest might have looked like for a farm family in the 19th century.
Kids and parents will enjoy a merry family meal together, before heading out for Halloween fun in the town of Walnut Hill.
Other programs: Please check back in 2021 for Triskaideka Dinner programs and Flynn Victorian Teas.
Living History Farms Historic Dinners were featured on IPTV’s Iowa Ingredient: