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Steppingstone Farm Museum is a hidden gem within Susquehanna State Park. It is a delightful place to bring family and friends. Rated #1 Best Museum in Harford County on Yelp and Harford Magazine’s Best of Harford County Readers’ Choice Poll (2018, 2019). 

There is something for everyone to enjoy at Steppingstone. With artisan weekends throughout the summer, breathtaking scenery, and an immense collection of Harford County heritage artifacts, what is there not to love?
We boast a full line up of events from April to December, with activities suited for everyone. 

When planning your visit during artisan weekends, please allow at least an hour and a half to tour our property. With 23 acres, 23 buildings, 6 working shops and 20+ individual exhibits there is a lot to see. Also, on-site volunteers offer a vast range of knowledge. Self-Guided tour brochures can be picked up within the Museum Store or downloaded here.

Most museum areas are handicap accessible. Restrooms are located on the path, between the Machine Shop and Carriage Barn.

Unwind, enjoy and absorb the heritage of Harford County!

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Hours & Admissions

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Upcoming Events 

Fall Harvest Festival
10/7/23 & 10/8/23
$15 per person. Children under 15 years of age are free.
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The Steppingstone Museum Store offers snacks, drinks and souvenirs. A key part of the vision for Steppingstone was to be a living museum. Achieving this has allowed the museum store to offer traditionally hand crafted pieces by museum artists and trades people, made right here on the grounds. Your purchase of these fine items directly supports the museum and spreads the knowledge of our heritage.


The museum is located within Susquehanna State Park and is part of the trail system. The trails are open for walking, hiking, equestrian (except for the purple trail) and biking. The park contains 8 marked and maintained trail paths that encompass over 15 miles. The Land of Promise trail and the Susquehanna Ridge trail can be accessed from the museum.

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