526 East First Street, Hermann MO 65041
Experience farm life in 1850s Hermann on a 200-acre working farm, living history center, and National Landmark. 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.
Farm attractions include tours of the restored Husmann home, shire horses, white mules, and tram rides to the farm’s distillery log house and office, sweet springs, trading post, Schuetzenhalle, tinsmith shop, broom maker’s shop, woodwright area, and gardens. Sponsored by the Dierberg Educational Foundation.
Closed during the winter