Join costumed interpreters at the region’s only living history agricultural museum for a tour of the pioneer maple making process!
Due to overwhelming interest, the celebration of spring will continue at the John R. Park Homestead with Mini-Maple Tours on March 26 & 27. See syrup being made the pioneer way. Enjoy a guided tour of the pioneer maple making process, hands-on activities and more! Sample pure maple sugar and visit the Maple Market to find pure maple products to enjoy at home.
Regular admission applies for these tours. Family tickets, $20 (up to six people), individual adult, $6, kids (12 and under)/seniors (65+), $4. Children under the age of 3 are free. Advanced tickets required. Please, no dogs. Parking available in the Homestead’s main lot and the overflow lot, just north on Iler Road.
Other safety measures, such as masking and social distancing, are strongly recommended.