Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24B u l l d o g C r e at i v e S e r v i c e s | 16 1 VISITOR’S CENTER - Start your tour here and enjoy our introductory video, gift shop and café. 2 PIONEER HALL - A beautiful log meeting/dining facility that seats up to 80. 3 ARTISAN CENTER - The first floor houses daily demonstrations from Appalachian artisans, including woodworking and letterpress, as well as opportunities for craft classes. HERITAGE HALL - The second floor serves as a large meeting/dining facility for up to 200 guests. 4 HOLLYBERRY INN - You’ll love a night in the Hollyberry Inn with four bedrooms, three full baths and a large screened porch. 5 WOODBURY INN - Enjoy this private log home with four bedrooms, two full baths and a 50-foot long porch overlooking the woods. 6 APPLEBUTTER INN - Conveniently located next to the Log Church, the Applebutter Inn has four bedrooms and four and a half baths. 7 CHURCH - The church building at Heritage Farm Museum & Village is the focal point of the community. It can seat up to 100 and is perfect for hosting your church meetings, wedding or renewing your vows. 8 TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM - From covered wagons to early automobiles, the history of transportation is on display with a Conestoga wagon, stage coach, 1908 electric truck, 1910 Sears Hi wheeler, 1915 and later Model T. Ford autos, Model G Railroad and Miniature Steam Engine exhibits. Farm Zoo PARKING 16 21 23 17 18 Strawberry Inn HARVEY ROAD Farm Zoo 6 Applebutter Inn 7 8 9 10 5 Woodbury Inn 11 Industry Museum 12 Heritage Museum Church Steam Tractor Exhibit 22 One-Room Schoolhouse 1 Visitor’s Center Hollyberry Inn Activities Building Blackberry Inn and Pool Barn Retreat Center 20 Blacksmith Shop 15 Shingle Mill and Saw Mill N A T U R E T R A I L MAIN ENTRANCE Transportation Museum Progress Museum ADDITIONAL PARKING Kress / Conway Pioneer Homestead Cabin Country Store Museum 25 24 A B C D E F MEDLEY FORK OF 12-POLE CREEK 3 Heritage Hall/ Artisan Center 4 Covered Bridge 2 13 Potter’s Cabin and Wood Kiln 14 19 Bread Oven Children’s Activity Museum / Bowes Doll & Carriage Museum Pioneer Hall Virginian Caboose 9 PROGRESS MUSEUM - Witness the dramatic changes made in the home during 1850, 1900 and 1925. The displays also include an early arcade, soda fountain, miniature amusement park, printing and large O-Scale, HO and N model train layouts. 10 STEAM TRACTOR EXHIBIT - Steam provided much of the motive power behind the agricultural explosion of the nineteenth century. 11 INDUSTRY MUSEUM - The Industry Museum contains developments of agriculture, timber, glass, coal, oil and gas. You can even watch a belt-powered machine shop and enter a walk- through exhibition coal mine. 12 HERITAGE MUSEUM - This museum contains the contents of the original Log Barn, our earliest collections - washing machines, churns, woodworking, barbershop, dental and medical offices. 13 VIRGINIAN CABOOSE - Spend the night in this authentic piece of railway history updated with modern amenities. 14 POTTER’S CABIN & WOOD KILN - See how our ancestors crafted and fired pottery they used in their homes and farms. 15 SHINGLE MILL & SAW MILL - See how our ancestors cut and shaped the wood they used to build their homes and community. 16 CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY MUSEUM - The first floor is sure to bring a smile to children of all ages with its “hands-on” experiences of the past. BOWES DOLL & CARRIAGE MUSEUM - One of America’s most unique displays of dolls, carriages and related accessories beautifully arranged in early Appalachian settings. 17 FARM ZOO - Enjoy some of our barnyard favorites. 18 COUNTRY STORE MUSEUM - Come see the daily activities of a store owner. From being postmaster to a banker, the country store was the economic center of the village. 19 BREAD OVEN - Wood-fired ovens in many communities were used to share the resources needed to provide bread. 20 BLACKSMITH SHOP - This is where the blacksmith for the village would make shoes for horses, utensils, tools and wagon works. Stop by to learn more. 21 KRESS/CONWAY PIONEER HOMESTEAD CABIN - This original 1800’s homestead is furnished with period items surrounded by the sounds from the forest and creek. 22 ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE - This original school from Lick Creek in Wayne County is located where the Ratcliff School stood at the end of the 19th century. 23 STRAWBERRY INN - Perfect for families or newlyweds, with two bedrooms and three baths. 24 BARN RETREAT CENTER - This restored 1800’s dairy barn is perfect for overnight camps, conferences or reunions. Totaling 9,000 square feet, it includes five meeting rooms, two bunk rooms that sleep more than 30 people, four restrooms with 12 showers, a full-appliance kitchen, heating/ air, and WIFI. 25 BLACKBERRY INN & POOL - Poolside log home, with two bedrooms and three full baths. In season, the pool is available for all guests staying at any of the inns. Where Yesterday Strengthens Tomorrow ENTRANCE KEY A - Woodbury Inn | Windmill Village B - Hollyberry Inn C - Main and Applebutter Inn D - Festival E - Strawberry Inn | Barn Retreat Center F - Blackberry Inn | Pool PREMIUM TURKEY FRYING OIL GREAT FOR FRYING TURKEYS, CHICKEN, FISH, VEGETABLES & MORE! NET 3 GALLONS (11.36 L) Suggested Uses for John Gordon’s FRYING OIL FOR TURKEY, FISH, SHRIMP, TATER TOTS, FRIES, CHICKEN, AND MORE. FLAVOR ENHANCER FOR YOUR FAVORITE FOODS SUCH AS CORN BREAD, GREEN BEANS, POTATOES, EGGS, SAUTÉED VEGETABLES, HASH BROWNS, AND GRITS. PEANUT FREE | GLUTEN FREE | NO MSG | SUGAR FREE | NO CARBS John Gordon started in the bacon business in 1966 as a 15 year old young man when his father, John senior, moved to a small town in rural Ohio and opened a raw bacon processing plant. Over time, John Gordon transformed his family’s business into one of the largest independent bacon processing companies in America. On a parallel track in 1986, on our small farm in western Kentucky, we began our family’s tradition of frying the holiday turkey. We have always enjoyed outdoor cooking with the comradery of family and friends. Our usual fish fry became the ultimate turkey fry! In 2015, these two paths crossed when John Gordon’s entrepreneurial spirit met with our family’s longstanding passion to continually experiment with flavor enhancements and cooking techniques of frying turkeys for Thanksgiving. This led to the first Thanksgiving turkey fried in Bacon Oil instantly becoming a hit with our family and friends. Today John Gordon’s Bacon Oil is used for all of our frying occasions to take the frying experience to a whole new level of enjoyment and “all the time” flavor enhancement. FRYING THE TURKEY Proper oil measurement: Place turkey in pot and fill with water to cover the entire turkey. Remove turkey and mark water level. Pour out water. Dry the turkey and pot before adding bacon oil. Pour or scoop John Gordon’s Bacon Oil into turkey pot to predetermined mark. Heat oil to approximately 375°F. Do not overheat. Temperature will drop when you place turkey in the pot. Turn off gas – no flame – before lowering turkey into pot. Turkey should be completely thawed and dry before lowering turkey into hot oil. Maintain John Gordon’s Bacon Oil at a temperature of 350°F throughout cooking.Cook approximately 3 minutes per pound. (Example: 12 pound turkey = 36 minutes) Internal temperature of turkey should be 180°F. Visit our website for more info and recipes to use with John Gordon’s Bacon Oil We hope you enjoy it as much as our families do, and feel a sense of comradery as well! M ADE IN U S A Smithsonian Affiliate Named a Prime Appalachian Destination by National Geographic Traveler. Cincinnati Columbus Indianapolis Louisville Lexington Huntington Roanoke Beckley Charleston Elkins Pittsburgh Cleveland Morgantown Parkersburg Getting Here Only 2.6 miles from I-64 in Huntington, WV. At Exit 8 on I-64 (the 5th Street Hill exit), follow the signs for Johnstown Road as if you were going to go westbound on I-64 towards Ashland, KY. Once on the on-ramp, take a right on Johnstown Road (before you merge onto I-64) and go 0.9 miles. Then take a left onto Harvey Road. Go 1.7 miles and follow the blue signs to the entrance. For rates or more information contact: (304) 522-1244 • Fax: (304) 523-6115 E-mail: [email protected] 3300 Harvey Road • Huntington, WV 25704 Mon – Sat | 10 am – 3 pm | Last tour begins at 2 pm Evening hours by advance reservation Step back in time at Heritage Farm Museum and Village for a fun-filled, educational and relaxing experience. Interact with life as it was in Appalachia from the 1800’s through the early 1900’s in award-winning exhibits that include over 20 buildings. Guided Museum Tours Join us and view thousands of artifacts inside our museums with over 25,000 square feet of interactive exhibits, educational displays, beautifully restored buildings and more. School Groups Specializing in programs designed for schools and homeschool families, our goal is to help students experience life “back then” and learn about inventions that helped create the life we live today! Corporate Events Make your next meeting one that no one forgets. Use one of our meeting halls or the entire farm. Church Events & Reunions Take in beautiful scenery and enjoy quality time with one another as you retreat from everyday life. Spend the day or the weekend! Weddings Log church, reception, rehearsal dinner, and lodging for bridal party, out-of-town guests or the honeymoon all available at one location. Call (304) 522-1244 or visit us at to learn more or to book your stay. H U N T I N G T O N , W E S T V I R G I N I A rrsrr Living history daily to strengthen tomorrow The Museums • Progress Museum • Transportation Museum • Country Store Museum • Industry Museum • Heritage Museum • Children’s Activity Museum • Bowes Doll & Carriage Museum For more information on the museums see the inside of the brochure. The Village Experience the progress made in Appalachian America through exhibits such as: • Artisan Center • Blacksmith Shop • Bread Oven • Farm Zoo • Log Church • Log Houses • One-Room Schoolhouse • Pottery Kiln • Saw Mill • Steam Tractors • Virginian Caboose Medal for Historic Preservation WINNER of the Escape to a simpler time while enjoying the comforts of the 21st century. Stay in one of our antique decorated homes that provide a warm atmosphere for family and friends. They are also great for newlyweds or reunions. Each rental includes the use of the entire home, a full kitchen, heating and A/C, washer and dryer and no TV. Three of the rentals have wood burning fireplaces. For a cozier experience, stay in our Virginian Caboose, or for a larger crowd, check out our Barn Retreat Center. Please see inside of the brochure for more information on each lodging opportunity. Lodging Insta Client: Heritage Farm Museum & Village Project: Tourism map / brochure Client: John Gordon’s Bacon Oil / SugarCreek Packing Project: Bacon Oil Bucket Packaging Design