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May 8 & 9, 2015

9AM - 5PM

2451 Kissel Hill Rd.

Lancaster, PA  17601

(717) 569-0401

Admission:  $10 per person
over 5 yrs.

Thanks to everyone who made the 28th Annual Herb & Garden Faire a success.

Twenty-eight years ago, the Herb and Garden Faire began as a small sale of extra plants that the Heirloom Seed Project could not find room for around the gardens of Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum. Now, it is one of Southeastern Pennsylvania's most popular horticultural events, with over 80 vendors of plants and garden-inspired products, as well as insightful and inspiring lectures and an array of healthy lunch options in our food court.

The plants are the stars here, and there are lots of them. Stroll through the village area of the museum and browse among vendors of:

* Natives * Annuals
* Perennials * Heirlooms
* Vegetables * and more!

We also offer the following tips to make your day more enjoyable:

  • Utilize our Free Plant-Sitting Service

    Because there is much more to shop for than you have arms to carry, we offer a plant-sitting service, where Landis Valley staff and volunteers guard your plant purchases until you are ready to leave.
  • Bring a wagon

    Again, a must for anyone who loves to fill their gardens with heirlooms. The grounds feature plenty of wide walkways and places to park your wagon. It also really helps when it comes time to take your plants from the plant-sitting tent to you car.
  • Free parking

    No need to carpool with your friends to Herb Faire; you can bring your own vehicle and fill it with plants!
  • Please leave pets at home

    We love pets but, for the sake of our other patrons and our animals, we do not allow them on the grounds at Landis Valley.
Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum  *  2451 Kissel Hill Road  *  Lancaster, PA 17601  *  (717) 569-0401
Site copyright 2015 by Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum
Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission: Tom Wolf, Governor; Andrew E. Masich, Chairman; James M. Vaughan , Executive Director
The museum works in partnership with the Landis Valley Associates, a registered charitable organization.