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Visit northwestern Pennsylvania’s only Maple Museum in Edinboro, Pennsylvania! Here you’ll glimpse the art and science of making pure maple syrup, a bit of the history of this delicious natural product and the fun that’s part of the entire process.

The Hurry Hill Farm Maple Museum is proud to be home to the 1956 Newbery Medal awarded to Virginia Sorensen for her acclaimed children’s book, Miracles on Maple Hill. The story is set in and around the Cambridge Springs area. In addition, the Museum has delightful displays of maple sugaring antiques, natural history exhibits, interactive displays and videos, as well as children’s activities.

Whether young or old, you’re sure to learn something new.  We welcome families, groups and bus tours at the Museum. Refer to the Museum page for opening times.

Find Hurry Hill Maple Farm  at Goodell Gardens’ weekly Farmer’s Market every Wednesday 3 pm – 6 pm from June 22 through September 7, 2016 and the Homegrown Harvest Festival September 11, 2016.  We also host various events, such as the annual Northwest Pennsylvania Maple Taste & Tour.  Refer to our Events page for details.

The Sweetest Season

Maple tours offer taste of tradition.  Read this delightful article The Sweetest Season by Kathy Hackleman, featured in the February 2016 issue of Penn Lines magazine.