Before the days of Internet, television and running water; before the days of grocery stores, electricity and cars- life was simple. Food had to be grown in your garden and cooked on a woodstove or over an open fire. All your clothes were made by hand. Homes had outhouses and chamber pots. Walking or horse-drawn wagons were the transportation methods of necessity. Every student attended school in the same room. A hotel room cost as little as 10 cents per night.
Lang Pioneer Village Museum takes you 200 years back in time and tells the story of life as a settler in Peterborough County during the 19th-century. Come and escape the hustle and bustle of modern-day life and enjoy the pleasures of a time gone by!