We are history people who believe in science. Please follow the rules below during the pandemic:
The safety of our guests and our community are of paramount importance to us.
Masks are required to be worn and must cover both your nose and mouth through out the duration of your visit, both indoors and out. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who will not properly wear a mask, or who otherwise makes other guests, our guides or staff feel unsafe.
2021-22 tour dates and times are subject to change due to safety recommendations during the pandemic.
Classic Tram Tour
Learn about Ephraim’s history from the comfort of our tram. Tours take place Tuesday through Friday and are approximately 90 minutes long. The tram leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum at 10:30 am. Tickets are $5 (free for EHF Members and children/teens 18 and under). Click here to register online or call (920) 854-9688. Limit 4 passengers.
Walking Tour of Ephraim
Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the village of Ephraim with our knowledgeable guides. You will hear the story of Ephraim, beginning with its settlement in 1853 to present day. The tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Anderson Barn Museum. Tickets are $5 (free for EHF Members and children/teens 18 and younger). Click here to register online or call (920) 854-9688.
The Moravian Church and Iverson House Tour
*Due to the size of the rooms visited on this tour it is not currently available in order to maintain safe social distance. We hope to offer this tour again soon*
This tour includes an in-depth look at the Moravian faith and how it contributed to the creation of Ephraim. The tour includes guided tours of the Ephraim Moravian Church and the Iverson House. This tour is approximately 90 minutes long and leaves from the Ephraim Moravian Church at 9970 Moravia Street. Free (donations appreciated).
History Kayak Tour
With stops near shipwrecks, bluffs, and forgotten docks, participants will have the chance to learn about Ephraim’s founding, its connection to maritime commerce, and how the natural world has shaped the village’s history on this guided paddle. Reservations for The History Kayak Tour can be made on Peninsula Kayak Company’s website (https://