Hermann Farm Museum is located on 200 acres of rolling hills about 75 miles west of St. Louis, in the heart of beautiful Missouri wine country. Its purpose is to celebrate the importance of German settlement to the development of agriculture in the Missouri River Valley region, and to showcase the home and former nursery and vineyard of George Husmann. Husmann is considered to be the father of grape growing in Missouri and was one of the most prominent vintners in the development of the wine industry in America.
Hermann Farm brings together more than 150 years of farming experiences, exhibits of early trades and history. You will see what the early settlers found when they first came to mid-Missouri as you take a tractor-pulled wagon ride through the farm.
The tour includes the Tuebner-Husmann House and outbuildings, mule barn, Master Distiller’s Homestead and a stop by our on-site distillery. Plus, visitors meet our Black Shires, an endangered breed of draft horse that we are working to save.
We offer tours seasonally on Fridays, Saturday and Sundays, and our visitor’s center is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.