Located in Edinboro, Pennsylvania, Hurry Hill Farm is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving traditional methods of maple syrup production. It is the home of northwestern Pennsylvania’s only Maple Museum and hosts an annual Taste and Tour each March.
“The Hurry Hill Maple Farm Association has developed wonderful experiences for visitors–children, families, sugar makers or anyone curious about nature’s pure product. The maple sugaring process, natural and cultural history, lore and legend are on display with entertaining events, educational activities and exhibits.
The Maple Museum is a new feature where young and old can see, touch, taste, and listen to the past while learning about an important part of Pennsylvania’s agricultural heritage.
A museum highlight is the story of the Newbery Medal award-winning book Miracles on Maple Hill by Virginia Sorensen. An extensive exhibit shows the people and places in the Edinboro and Cambridge Springs area the author used in the book. The classic story is a significant contribution to the education of school children and maple sugaring communities. Janet Woods, a life-long maple syrup producer, is the president of our association. With her guidance and the help of numerous volunteer hours, we have put together a world-class maple museum that you can tour for free. (Please check the opening hours).
Our association partners every year with the Northwest PA Maple Association Taste and Tour weekend held during the maple sugaring season in March. All of the local sugarhouses are open for free tours. Since 2004, the Hurry Hill Maple Farm and Museum has welcomed 3,000 visitors annually.