October 7, 2022


10:00 am - 3:00 pm


1719 Museum


$7.00 – 10.00

Amble through an 18th century Market Fair and engage with artisans demonstrating early American trades. Learn about Indigenous life and enter a longhouse. Tour the home built in 1719 for the Herr family made from sandstone quarried on the property. Shop to your heart’s content!

The Maize & Snitz Market Fair, Friday, October 7 and Saturday, October 8, 10am to 3pm at the 1719 Museum, celebrates fall harvest and the communities that shaped early Pennsylvania.

Enjoy a crisp fall day learning about Lancaster’s historic heritage through immersive experiences and living history interpretive talks. Meet Indigenous community members educating on Native ways. Learn about the hard cider making process as you stand in the orchard. Shop for hand-crafted items such as redware pottery, hand-dyed wool yarn, hand-turned wooden implements, wrought iron, bobbin lace, and 18th century paper goods offered by professional tradespeople.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for children (age 7-16), complimentary for age 6 and under. The event is rain or shine. 1719 Museum, 1849 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street, PA

Pay at event or pre-purchase tickets by choosing “Register” here. Pre-purchased tickets are not transferable, and you must arrive with paid ticket confirmation printed or available on your phone screen. Thank you for helping us ensure a smooth and positive entry!



  • 1719 Museum
  • 1849 Hans Herr Drive
    Willow Street, PA 17584 United States
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Did You Know?

The sandstone used for the Herr House was quarried on-site.

Christian Herr was a prominent leader in the 18th century Mennonite Community. Years after his death Lancaster Mennonites were still referred to as the Christian Herr Party.

Indigenous Peoples taught the Herr family and other Mennonites how to hunt game, clear heavily forested land, and how to identify native plants.