Summertime Farmstead Taste & Tour: Farm-to-Table Dining Experience
Treat yourself or someone special to a very special day of decorative arts and delicious discovery! Our Farmstead Taste & Tour program offers guests the opportunity to explore Renfrew’s Early American vernacular architecture, museum collection and sample seasonal, locally sourced fare inspired by the traditions of our historic Pennsylvania German farmstead. Your meal will be hosted in Renfrew’s Wagon Shed Room inside our converted Victorian barn. Servers dressed in authentic early 19th century clothing will wait upon you with old-fashioned hospitality as each course is introduced along with informational commentary on how it relates to the heritage of the farmstead.
Start with a hearty coursed meal of salad, soup, and a selection of fresh-baked breads with preserves followed by a delicious entrée. After lunch, enjoy a tour of the early 19th century outbuildings and 1812 stone Museum House, furnished with a diverse collection of decorative arts objects, then return for a scrumptious dessert. Our menu changes seasonally and reflects the rhythms of life on the farm. Full program details and menus available on event website.
Renfrew Museum and Park in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania is a historic Pennsylvania German Farmstead set on 107 scenic acres. With an extensive collection of Early American material culture including Pennsylvania Dutch folk art, textiles, Federal Era furniture, John Bell Family Shenandoah Valley pottery, farm implements, longrifles, and more – there’s something for everyone to explore!
Institution or Organization name - Renfrew Museum and Park