The Village buildings are accessed on hard-packed gravel roads and pathways, the state of which can flux depending on weather conditions. Please note that, because a number of the historic buildings were built in the 19th century prior to accessibility standards, some of the historic buildings are not accessible or have levels with steep stairs that may be difficult for some guests to access. In these cases, whenever possible, staff will meet the needs of visitors who are unable to enter their building by stepping outside to interpret the building to them. Accessibility tablets are available on loan at the Museum Shop and are equipped with technology to allow visitors to view the interiors of the building digitally.
There may be photographers/videographers on site. Upon entering the premises, you are consenting to having your photo and/or video taken and grant permission to Lang Pioneer Village Museum to use your photo/video for promotional purposes.
Smoking is not permitted in the Village. There is a designated smoking area in the parking lots at the north and south ends of the Village.
Please be mindful and do not climb on farm machinery, artifacts, fences or trees.
Friendly, leashed pets are permitted in the Village. Owners, please help keep the Village tidy by picking up after your pet.
We encourage visitors to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy it at one of our many picnic tables or spread an old-fashioned table cloth on the Village Green. However, if you are in need of refreshment or a snack while on site, we have you covered. Our Keene Hotel and Menie General Store offer a variety of beverages and treats.