This extraordinary home was built for Samuel and Sarah Maccracken in 1832 and is a must-see for fans of historic houses and 19th century decorative arts. The Federal-style home of brick and native limestone is furnished today as it would have been in the 1830s with many Maccracken family pieces and outstanding examples of Fairfield County cabinetry. The building is a Lancaster landmark, located in one of the city's three National Historic Districts. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, tours are limited to eight people at a time and are offered at 1, 2 & 3pm, Tuesday-Sunday. Masks are required. If you don't have a mask, you can have one of ours for a $1 donation. Book your tickets in advance at www.FairfieldHeritage.org.
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On-site ParkingGroup Rates AvailableCredit Cards AcceptedOpen April to mid-December
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