Preserving and Sharing the Heritage of Ephraim
The Ephraim Historical Foundation (EHF) preserves and sustains the history of Ephraim through its historic collections and its buildings. Several of these buildings, including the Anderson Store, Anderson Barn, Pioneer Schoolhouse, and Goodletson Cabin, offer free admission and are regularly open as museums during the summer and fall. The Iverson House is open for special events and programs.
Visitors can also learn about Ephraim’s history through the EHF’s tours, including the Classic Tram Tour and the Historic Walking Tour, which provide an overview of Ephraim’s history. Other tours, including the Heritage Tram Tour and the Moravian Church and Iverson House Tour, focus on the community’s Moravian heritage.
Additionally, the EHF educates and enlightens its members and guests with many wonderful programs. Child’s Play, Schoolroom Lessons, Sunday SingAlongs, and History Speaks are just some of the programs offered by the Ephraim Historical Foundation, serving to support its mission.
The EHF’s museums are open 11am-4pm (Anderson Barn Museum opens at 10am)
Summer Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, mid-June through Labor Day
Fall Hours: Friday and Saturday, Labor Day through mid-October
The Ephraim historical Foundation’s offices are open year-round at 3060 Anderson Lane from 9am-4pm
Visit us online www.ephraim.org or call us at 920-854-9688.