Adirondack Mennonite Heritage Farm

Erie Canal Rd., Kirschnerville (east of Croghan),13327
315-346-1122

Three generations of the Moser family, who first arrived here in the early 1800s from Alsace-Lorraine, France, have lived in this farmstead. An array of farm buildings feature displays of artifacts, farm machines and implements, and information about the life of early Amish-Mennonite settlers in the Croghan area (1830-1900). A Worship room is set up in the front room of the farmhouse. Gift shop. Special Events: First Saturday in July - Zwanzigstein Fest.

The Mennonite Heritage Farm is open for visitors in July and August on Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Other dates to visit during the summer (June to October) may be made by appointment. Donation.

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