Living History Farms offers historic dinners in the 1900's farmhouse (our choice), the Tangen House, and the Flynn mansion.
We met at the conference center, where we were met by Dave and a pair of Percheron horses.
This is a working farm, with things being done the way they were done in the period. There are other period farms, a Victorian mansion, and an 1870's town at Living History Farms as well. It's a great place to visit May - October when activities are in full swing. The historic dinners are an October - March event.
We were served a meal of marinated pork loin, cooked apples and onions, brandied carrots, escalloped potatoes, escalloped corn and tomato casserole, yeast rolls, chocolate cake with cinnamon filling, and pumpkin pie. It was wonderful!