Herr House

A Registered Historic Landmark

Built with sandstone quarried on-site, the 1719 Herr House represents the economic success of the original Mennonite settlers of Lancaster County. It is also the oldest original Mennonite meeting house still standing in the Western Hemisphere.

Contact, Hours, & Admission

1719 Museum

Featuring the 1719 Herr House
& the Lancaster Longhouse

Address

1849 Hans Herr Drive
Willow Street, PA 17584

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Phone

717.464.4438

Hours & Tour Times

Seasonal Hours

April – October
Friday & Saturday
10am – 4pm

Tours:
10:00am 11:30am 1:00pm 2:30pm

Tour lasts slightly more than an hour


Field Trips

To schedule a field trip, call 717.464.4438

or contact assistant@mennonitelife.org.

Admissions

Adults – $15

Children (7-16) – $7

Children 6 and under – Complimentary

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