Interpreter spinning in cabinOur Mission –
Preserving Pennsylvania’s Agricultural Heritage

Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, is a non-profit, living history museum preserving 19th century Pennsylvania German agricultural heritage. Period dressed interpreters portray descendants of Johann Depper, re-enacting daily life on the farm.  Plan a visit today.

Nestled in the Pocono Mountain on 114 acres of beautiful pastures, woodlands and streams, Quiet Valley hosts all the farm animals typically found in the 1800s.  Rabbits, chickens, ducks, geese, cows, pigs, goats, sheep, a mule and Clydesdale draft horses live on the homestead. The buildings include an 1850s bank barn, the original farmhouse, a cabin, spring house, ice house, smokehouse, dry house and assorted smaller barns. Quiet Valley is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

JANUARY 2018 – WINTER TOURS – Visit the farm on Tuesdays now through March 27, 2018 (also Monday Feb. 19 and Thursday Mar. 29) for a Winter Tour. At 10:30 or 2:30 you can have an Intro to Quiet Valley tour as you visit the animals in the lower barn, learn about spinning and weaving in the Granddaddy Cabin and about everyday life in the 1800s in the Cellar Kitchen. Call ahead. Dress for the weather. $8.00 Adults and $4 ages 3-12. Buildings are unheated so dress for the weather.

Group Tours, Bus Tours as well as School Field Trips can be scheduled by appointment by contacting the office at 570-992-6161.

MEMBER NOTICE – Ice Harvest will not be held tomorrow (1/13) due to the excessive amount of water on the ice. Most likely will occur next weekend. Stay tuned.

Upcoming Event

Special Winter Tour Day Monday January 15th at 10:30 and 2:30. Go to office in Engel Education Center. $8 Adults, $4 Ages 3-12. Dress warmly.

Winter Homeschool Enrollment Begins -January 8th at 9am

Spring Preschool Enrollment Begins – January 29th at 9am

19th Century Days Enrollment Begins – February 1st at 9am

Cabin Fever Workshop – March 10th 2018 10am to 2:30pm

We’ve started a blog about life on the farm! Click here to find out more!