Built in 1871 The Hormel Historic Home strives to preserve the Home and History of the George A. and Lillian Hormel Family. Our mission is to maintain the home and to honor the family legacy of Hospitality, Music/Arts, Education, and service to the community.
Looking for unique and historical souvenirs or gifts. Visit our online store to purchase books or music relevant to the Hormel family history.
Tom Hormel Art Exhibit: The Hormel Historic Home is pleased to be one of five locations displaying works of art created by Hormel family descendant, Tom D. Hormel. A lifelong artist, Tom has worked with a variety of artistic mediums. Two works are will be on display at the Hormel Historic Home until August 25. They will then be part of a total art show at the Austin ArtWorks Festival. The oils we have on display are lovely so stop in to enjoy them. The art can be viewed as part of the self-guided tour of the HHH which is free for members or $5 for non-member adults. For more information click here to view brochure.
Friday, July 21, 2017
10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Shaping History for Kids
a History for Half Pints event
Kids (and their adult) will assist the tour guide in finding shapes in the historic home while they learn about the Hormel family.
Crafts and snack will also be available.
Activities designed for kids ages 2-10.
$2 per child ages 2-10
Free for History for Half Pints Members
Register by clicking here
Activities will run throughout so guests are invited to come anytime between 10 and 11:15. Last tour at 11:15.