The Steppingstone Farm Museum is an outdoor living history museum situated in Susquehanna State Park. Its mission is to preserve the agricultural way life between 1880-1920—the period of the "last rural generation"—through its buildings, agricultural objects displayed in the buildings, and the artisan workshops. Some of the buildings include a display barn, which features a general store among other exhibits; a carriage barn, which contains carriages, buggies, and sleighs; and a farmhouse with a working farm. The farmhouse has many period household items, clothing and furniture on display. Skilled staff members work in the artisan workshops, demonstrating to visitors the blacksmith, cooper, joiner, potter and other trades.

  • One of the several buildings at the museum
    One of the several buildings at the museum
  • Two other buildings
    Two other buildings
  • View of the museum grounds
    View of the museum grounds