To better serve families in the greater Lititz community, The Lititz Public Library and the Lititz Historical Foundation are partnering to offer library card holders a family pass for free admission to the Johannes Mueller House pictured below.
The 1792 restored stone and log home, named for the local tanner and dyer, Johannes Mueller, offers a captivating glimpse at what everyday life was like for an 18th century tradesman and his family in a closed Moravian settlement. The house retains its original architectural character and has been carefully restored with hundreds of traditional items from the late 1700s and early 1800s. The items are all family heirlooms that have been lovingly passed down through generations of Lititz families and donated to the foundation so that others may explore the diverse historical, regional and social traditions of the early Moravian settlers.
An adult library card-holder may check out the pass at the Lititz Public Library. Good for a family or other group of up to five people with an adult, the pass will be honored during regular tour months from Memorial Day to the last day of October, when the Johannes Mueller House is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Readers may learn more about the Johannes Mueller house and neighboring Lititz Museum by going online at www.lititzhistoricalfoundation.com. Visit the Lititz Public Library at 651 Kissel Road to check out the pass or to sign up for a library card.