Har-Ber Village Museum
One of the largest antique museums in the United States, Har-Ber Village is a reconstructed turn-of-the-century village comprised of over 100 buildings, antique collections and exhibits.
The village sits on beautifully landscaped property in Grove on the shores of Grand Lake O' the Cherokees. Visitors enjoy exciting exhibits, educational programs and hours of family fun.
Spend your day strolling the grounds of Har-Ber Village and peeking into life during a simpler time. Visit a courthouse, stagecoach inn, bank, and, if you’re so inclined, even check out the jail. There are many others to inspect as well – a church, mercantile, doctor’s office, drug store, post office, and several others. Hands-on activities are available. With so many workshops and demonstrations, it makes Har-Ber Village the ideal attraction to visit frequently.
As if the Village itself wasn’t enough, Har-Ber Village also schedules many events throughout the year. The events begin with historical Civil War Days in late April, Pioneer Days in October and conclude with the Cherokee Days in early November.
Har-Ber Village offers venues for those national pastimes of dining and shopping. The Country Store offers old-fashioned collectibles and handmade items for purchase. For dining, there’s the Chuckwagon Café; you might want to grab a lunch for the road and strike out on the mile and a half long nature trail.
As you can see there’s certainly much to experience at Har-Ber Village in Grove. Come check out the past, celebrate the present and imagine the future.