In Observance of Memorial Day at Fallasburg

Pictured above are the grave stones of those who served our country because “Freedom is not free.”

Volunteers from the @Fallasburg Historical Society cleaned up the Fallasburg Cemetery on the north side of the Fallasburg Historic District of the village.

Visit the the 1850s historic village this summer for a walking or a biking tour. The one-room schoolhouse museum will be open on Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m.

Stay tuned for an upcoming story about the completion of the historic district with the last missing piece- the bronze marker for the historic “Tower Farm.” The main remodel of the dilapidated structure took place during the pandemic when everything was cancelled.

“The Quest for the Bronze Marker” will showcase the colorful history of the old farmhouse from its origins to its classy renaissance.

The bronze marker will look like the ones placed in front of the schoolhouse amd the Fallass House.

The sign marks the “Fallasburg Historic District” once you cross the Covered Bridge heading north.

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Fallasburg on National Register of Historic Places

Looking for something to do this summer?

Get ready to visit Fallasburg by studying up on its fascinating history of how it got on the National Register of Historic Places.

The sleepy hamlet started as a saw-and gristmilling operation in the late 1830s and 40s.

Thanks to years of preservation work by a team of volunteers, the Fallasburg Historic District is fully preserved and thriving under the walnut trees with the newest addition of the remodeled Tower Farm.

Stay tuned for full story.

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Fallasburg Historic District