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Meadowcroft Village

Take a trip back in time with Meadowcroft's carefully recreated 19th century village celebrating rural life.

While strolling through Meadowcroft Village, visitors can experience elements of everyday family life, such as watching a blacksmith forge red-hot iron or enjoying fresh-baked bread from the open hearth.

Children will enjoy walking across the covered bridge, taking a lesson in the one-room schoolhouse or learning to spin wool into yarn.

And while you visit Meadowcroft, the former homestead of the Miller family, be sure to enjoy the Miller Museum with photos, horse-drawn vehicles, and other items celebrating harness racing legend Delvin Miller's eight-decade career.

 


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Meadowcroft is currently
closed for the season & will reopen in spring 2015.
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19th Century Village
Step back in time to experience rural life with Meadowcroft's recreated 19th century village.
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New 16th Century Indian Village
Travel 400 years into the past to explore Meadowcroft’s recreated Eastern Woodland Indian Village.
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