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2018 Annual Meeting and Barn Tour

The 2018 Annual Barn Tour of the Historic Barn and Farm Foundation will be held in Centre County on June 8-9, 2018. Mail completed Registration Form, and Waiver with check payable to: HBFF of PA, c/o Priscilla deLeon, HBFF Vice President, 2140 Saucon Avenue, Bethlehem PA 18015. Not a 2018 member of HBFF? Include dues […]

2017 Annual Meeting and Barn Tour

Another great barn tour exploring the wonderful barns of Union County. The 2017 Historic Barn and Farm Foundation of PA annual barn tour will be held in Union County Pennsylvania June 16 and 17 2017. Partnering with the Union County Historical Society and author Chris MacNeal, the HBFF/UCHS conference committee has selected eight barns that […]

2016 Fall Barn Tours

If you are interested in exploring barns in Northampton county, September 10, 2016 and Adams County, October 1, 2016 please see the details on the tours below. Click for the Saucon Valley Tour Click for the Adams County Tour

2016 Annual Meeting and Barn Tour

Everyone had a great time exploring the many log barns of Schuylkill County! Welcome to the rolling hills and valleys of southern Schuylkill County, where historic log barns are Pennsylvania’s best kept secret. Expert barn historian Bob Ensminger agrees that Schuylkill County may hold the most log crib barns in the state. For your tour […]

The Pennsylvania Land Trust Association

HBFF President Jeff Marshall recently attended The Pennsylvania Land Trust Association (PALTA) annual conference in Gettysburg. Jeff shares some information on the conference as well as a number of great barns he encountered driving through Adams County, PA. Click to read the great article

The Mission of HBFF of PA

Watch this informative video featuring HBFF Founder and past President Sheila Miller and HBFF Board Member and world renowned barn historian Robert Ensminger. Look at our new video section for more barn related videos   HBFF Board President and historian Jeff Marshall discusses the importance of barns in American heritage.