CURRENT HOURS: Open Wednesday-Saturday, 9am-4pm

1900 Farm Dinners

horse drawn wagon ride at 1900 farmA horse-drawn wagon carries you to the farmhouse, where the smell of freshly baked rolls and hot cider welcomes you. Enjoy a hearty home-cooked meal by the warmth of the stove.

Make room for dessert with a lantern-lit trip outside to our historic barn, built in 1889. Or stay inside and read the 1895 Montgomery Ward catalog and play a game of checkers. After dessert, bundle up for the wagon ride back to your car.

 

Need to Know

  • Masks will be required for guests when not seated at the dining table.
  • Guests will be required to have their temperature checked with a no-touch thermometer at the start of the program. If a guest has a temperature above 100.4 degrees, the entire party will not be allowed to attend the dinner program. Please review our full Historic Dinner Program Policies for more information.

 

Tickets

  • Availability: 6:30pm Wednesday through Saturday and at 1:30pm on Sundays
  • Dinners are offered for 8 people at each seating. This season guests must book the full table as one party, and all guests will be seated at one dining table.
  • Tickets are $75/person and $65/person for members. Not a member yet? Purchase or renew your membership

Purchase tickets for 1900 Farm Dinners featuring Roast Turkey

Purchase tickets for 1900 Farm Dinners featuring Roast Pork Loin

 

Menu

We are offering a choice of two traditional bill of fare options this season:

filling plate at historic dinner

Roast Turkey and Sage Dressing
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
French Green Beans
Winter Squash
Corn Pudding
Fresh Baked Dinner Rolls
Fresh Churned Butter and Jam
Bread and Butter Pickles
Cake and Fruit Pie
Coffee and Cider

Roast Pork Loin
Escalloped Potatoes
Apples and Onions
Brussels Sprouts
Thresher Beans
Stewed Red Cabbage
Fresh Baked Dinner Rolls
Fresh Churned Butter and Jam
Bread and Butter Pickles
Cake and Fruit Pie
Coffee and Cider

Dietary/Allergy Info for 1900 Farm Dinners

 

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