Where Yesterday
Strengthens Tomorrow

Guided Tours, Log Cabin Inns, Unique Attractions, and More!

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Entrance Key

  • A - Woodbury Inn | Windmill Village
  • B - Hollyberry Inn
  • C - Main and Applebutter Inn
  • D - Festival
  • E - Strawberry Inn | Barn Retreat Center
  • F - Blackberry Inn | Pool

Visitors Center

Visitors Center Image

Start here for a welcome video, gift shop, and café.

Pioneer Hall

Pioneer Hall Image

Hand hewn log meeting/dining hall seating 70 with full service kitchen, bathrooms, convenient parking, private back porch, and special Way Back Weekend packages available

Artisan Center

Artisan Center Image

Home to the Heritage Farm Artisan Guild and 8 interactive folk art studios including the Smithsonian multi-purpose room

Heritage Hall

Largest reception hall seating 200 guests with 4 bathrooms, full service kitchen, beautiful wood paneling, and special Way Back Weekend packages available

Hollyberry Inn

Hollyberry Inn Image

Original property home turned modern farmhouse lodging for up to 8 people

Woodbury Inn

Woodbury Inn Image

 Secluded log cabin inn including fire pit and creekside camping

Applebutter Inn

Applebutter Inn Image

Heritage Farm’s premiere lodging space boasting 3 porches, 4 bedrooms, and 4 1/2 baths 

Church

Church Image

Our iconic Log Church, moved to Heritage Farm from its original spot in Lincoln County, WV, stands imposing in the middle of the village to remind us the centrality of faith in early Appalachian life. Its striking beauty compliments a variety of events, weddings, and services throughout the year. 

Transportation Museum

Transportation Museum Image

Experience a turn-of-the-century transportation revolution in the Transportation Museum! See the first frontier wagons that rolled into these hills from east coast settlements and learn how innovations in transportation changed the way we travel through to the present.

Progress Museum

Progress Museum Image


Start by viewing an 1850’s Appalachian home and experience the rapid progress of early settler life through a century, with displays highlighting areas such as electronic communication, a model railroad display, leisure and entertainment, clothing, and more! The Progress Museum is also home to the fully-functional Artisan Guild Print Shop.

Steam Tractor Exhibit

Steam Tractor Exhibit Image

Marvel at the large steam engines that powered the 19th century agricultural age

Industry Museum

Industry Museum Image

The Appalachian mountains have historically been rich with natural resources, and this museum allows you to experience the ingenuity involved in harvesting these materials that fueled America’s Industrial Revolution. Home to a walk-through mock coal mine, displays on timber and miners, and a section dedicated to glass blowing, the Industry Museum will provide new perspectives on how industry shaped the region.

Heritage Museum

Heritage Museum Image

Heritage Museum preserves the “Original Collection” of early Appalachian artifacts that were the beginnings of Heritage Farm Museum & Village. Wind through the halls that construct a timeline of regional culture from indigenous tribes to today.

Virginian Caboose

Virginian Caboose Image

Stay the night in an historic caboose with modern amenities

Potter's Cabin & Wood Kiln

Potter's Cabin & Wood Kiln Image

Discover the ancient art of pottery at our period cabin, complete with kiln!

Shingle Mill & Saw Mill

Shingle Mill & Saw Mill Image

Late 18th century, patented mills used to construct whole communities are on display (operational for May Spring Festival)

Children's Activity Museum

Children's Activity Museum Image

A variety of interactive exhibits allow children of all ages to get “Hands On” with history

Bowes Doll & Carriage Museum

Enter a life-size doll house built specifically to display one of the nation’s largest private collections of dolls, carriages, and accessories. The finest of Appalachian craftsmanship takes you to a magical place, as Don and Connie Bowes’ creation chronicles vignettes of post-industrial amusement.

Petting Zoo

Petting Zoo Image

Kiss a llama, pet a piglet, and hold the bunnies while learning how our furry friends contributed to everyday farm life. Check back often as the Petting Zoo family is always evolving!

Country Store Museum

Country Store Museum Image

Step into the hub of day-to-day mountain life as the first building ever constructed at Heritage Farm takes you back to the days when the General Store, or Mercantile, was the main source of commerce around.

Bread Oven

Bread Oven Image

Our one of a kind bread oven is one of the most inviting spots in the village! On special occasions we have breads and other baked goods being made and sold here.

Blacksmith Shop

Blacksmith Shop Image

Follow the smell of burning coal and say hello to our resident Blacksmith at the Blacksmith Shop! The most important spot in early settlements due to the reliance on steel for many different survival tools, Heritage Farm's Blacksmith Shop is an engaging and truly memorable experience! 

Conway Homestead Site

Conway Homestead Site Image

Start at a natural cave dwelling and see if you could survive with only what you carried into these hills.  Could you forge a dwelling like the fur trader Trapper’s Shanty and ultimately build a Pioneer Homestead Cabin from the land to establish your family roots for generations to come?

One-Room Schoolhouse

One-Room Schoolhouse Image

Before public education, individual mountain communities would have to provide for themselves, and one educator would typically teach all ages between 6-13. Our school house sits on the precise former location of Ratcliff School. It has been restored to its original condition for you to explore how the first schools were introduced into these narrow hills!

Strawberry Inn

Strawberry Inn Image

Cozy up to the fireplace for a true log cabin cottage overnight

Barn Retreat Center

Barn Retreat Center Image

This restored 1800's dairy barn is perfect for overnight camps, conferences or reunions. Totaling 9,000 square feet, it includes five meeting rooms, two bunk rooms that sleep more than 30 people, four restrooms with 12 showers, a full-appliance kitchen, heating/air, and WIFI.

Blackberry Inn & Pool

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Poolside Log Cabin Inn for up to 6 people

  • 1Visitors Center

    Start here for a welcome video, gift shop, and café.

    Show Location
  • 2Pioneer Hall

    Hand hewn log meeting/dining hall seating 70 with full service kitchen, bathrooms, convenient parking, private back porch, and special Way Back Weekend packages available

    Show Location
  • 3Artisan Center

    Home to the Heritage Farm Artisan Guild and 8 interactive folk art studios including the Smithsonian multi-purpose room

    Heritage Hall

    Largest reception hall seating 200 guests with 4 bathrooms, full service kitchen, beautiful wood paneling, and special Way Back Weekend packages available

    Show Location
  • 4Hollyberry Inn

    Original property home turned modern farmhouse lodging for up to 8 people

    Show Location
  • 5Woodbury Inn

    Secluded log cabin inn including fire pit and creekside camping

    Show Location
  • 6Applebutter Inn

    Heritage Farm’s premiere lodging space boasting 3 porches, 4 bedrooms, and 4 1/2 baths 

    Show Location
  • 7Church

    Our iconic Log Church, moved to Heritage Farm from its original spot in Lincoln County, WV, stands imposing in the middle of the village to remind us the centrality of faith in early Appalachian life. Its striking beauty compliments a variety of events, weddings, and services throughout the year. 

    Show Location
  • 8Transportation Museum

    Experience a turn-of-the-century transportation revolution in the Transportation Museum! See the first frontier wagons that rolled into these hills from east coast settlements and learn how innovations in transportation changed the way we travel through to the present.

    Show Location
  • 9Progress Museum

    Start by viewing an 1850’s Appalachian home and experience the rapid progress of early settler life through a century, with displays highlighting areas such as electronic communication, a model railroad display, leisure and entertainment, clothing, and more! The Progress Museum is also home to the fully-functional Artisan Guild Print Shop.

    Show Location
  • 10Steam Tractor Exhibit

    Marvel at the large steam engines that powered the 19th century agricultural age

    Show Location
  • 11Industry Museum

    The Appalachian mountains have historically been rich with natural resources, and this museum allows you to experience the ingenuity involved in harvesting these materials that fueled America’s Industrial Revolution. Home to a walk-through mock coal mine, displays on timber and miners, and a section dedicated to glass blowing, the Industry Museum will provide new perspectives on how industry shaped the region.

    Show Location
  • 12Heritage Museum

    Heritage Museum preserves the “Original Collection” of early Appalachian artifacts that were the beginnings of Heritage Farm Museum & Village. Wind through the halls that construct a timeline of regional culture from indigenous tribes to today.

    Show Location
  • 13Virginian Caboose

    Stay the night in an historic caboose with modern amenities

    Show Location
  • 14Potter's Cabin & Wood Kiln

    Discover the ancient art of pottery at our period cabin, complete with kiln!

    Show Location
  • 15Shingle Mill & Saw Mill

    Late 18th century, patented mills used to construct whole communities are on display (operational for May Spring Festival)

    Show Location
  • 16Children's Activity Museum

    A variety of interactive exhibits allow children of all ages to get “Hands On” with history

    Bowes Doll & Carriage Museum

    Enter a life-size doll house built specifically to display one of the nation’s largest private collections of dolls, carriages, and accessories. The finest of Appalachian craftsmanship takes you to a magical place, as Don and Connie Bowes’ creation chronicles vignettes of post-industrial amusement.

    Show Location
  • 17Petting Zoo

    Kiss a llama, pet a piglet, and hold the bunnies while learning how our furry friends contributed to everyday farm life. Check back often as the Petting Zoo family is always evolving!

    Show Location
  • 18Country Store Museum

    Step into the hub of day-to-day mountain life as the first building ever constructed at Heritage Farm takes you back to the days when the General Store, or Mercantile, was the main source of commerce around.

    Show Location
  • 19Bread Oven

    Our one of a kind bread oven is one of the most inviting spots in the village! On special occasions we have breads and other baked goods being made and sold here.

    Show Location
  • 20Blacksmith Shop

    Follow the smell of burning coal and say hello to our resident Blacksmith at the Blacksmith Shop! The most important spot in early settlements due to the reliance on steel for many different survival tools, Heritage Farm's Blacksmith Shop is an engaging and truly memorable experience! 

    Show Location
  • 21Conway Homestead Site

    Start at a natural cave dwelling and see if you could survive with only what you carried into these hills.  Could you forge a dwelling like the fur trader Trapper’s Shanty and ultimately build a Pioneer Homestead Cabin from the land to establish your family roots for generations to come?

    Show Location
  • 22One-Room Schoolhouse

    Before public education, individual mountain communities would have to provide for themselves, and one educator would typically teach all ages between 6-13. Our school house sits on the precise former location of Ratcliff School. It has been restored to its original condition for you to explore how the first schools were introduced into these narrow hills!

    Show Location
  • 23Strawberry Inn

    Cozy up to the fireplace for a true log cabin cottage overnight

    Show Location
  • 24Barn Retreat Center

    This restored 1800's dairy barn is perfect for overnight camps, conferences or reunions. Totaling 9,000 square feet, it includes five meeting rooms, two bunk rooms that sleep more than 30 people, four restrooms with 12 showers, a full-appliance kitchen, heating/air, and WIFI.

    Show Location
  • 25Blackberry Inn & Pool

    Poolside Log Cabin Inn for up to 6 people

    Show Location