Pioneer Adobe House (Mennonite Settlement Museum)
Why We Love This
- Historic adobe home realistically furnished with period artifacts
- Mennonite history and immigrant life
- Experience country school and flouring windmill
Tour the Pioneer Adobe House, built by Mennonite immigrants from Russia in 1876. It is furnished with period artifacts and on the National Register of Historic Places. Includes the Kreutziger one-room school, the Friesen Dutch windmll, immigrant trunks, historic agricultural and carpentry equipment, and a threshing display. Tours last 30 minutes to 2 hours.