Experience farm life in 1850s Hermann on a 200-acre living history farm. Once the home of George Husmann, world-renowned pioneer in the American wine industry, Hermann Farm is now an open-air museum dedicated to preserving and presenting the unique agricultural, social, and economic history of the German immigrants who settled the lower Missouri River Valley in the mid-1800s. The farm’s beloved Shire horses are a favorite attraction.

Self-guided walking tours of First Settlement Village are available from 11:00 to 5:00. Adults $8, ages 3-15 $5. A daily guided tram tour departs at 1:00 p.m. (additional fee). It is recommended that visitors call ahead (573-486-FARM) to check tour availability.

Open from the end of April through the end of October