Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm is a 19th century Pennsylvania German farm dedicated to the preservation and education of rural farm life.
Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm consists of over 100 acres of pasture, woods and fields. The farm buildings at Quiet Valley, including the barn and farm house, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Quiet Valley raises a variety of historically appropriate livestock and fowl that are quickly disappearing from the agricultural landscape. Traditional Pennsylvania crops such as wheat, corn and rye are grown as well.
Summer farm tour guides portray family members of the Johann Zepper descendents through story and hands on demonstrations. Special events, workshops and educational programs occur throughout the year, including summer day camps. Opportunities are available for home school students. Activities are appropriate for all ages.