George Rogers Clark Heritage Association proudly presents the Crabill Homestead.
This Federal style 1826 home sits on the banks of the Clarence J. Brown Reservoir. It is open to the public on scheduled weekends throughout spring, summer and fall months for tours along with special events throughout the year.
Our Next Event
You are Invited for Tea at the
Historic Crabill Homestead!
On Saturday, May 19th, the ladies of the Crabill Homestead will welcome guests to their Tea & Company, A Celebration of Mothers and Daughters event at the 1820s brick structure, one of the earliest Clark County homes still in existence. Reservations are required for either seating at 11:30 AM or 1:30 PM. Tickets are $20 each. Make reservations or for more information, contact (937) 390-3608 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Crabill Homestead is located just off Croft Road on the banks of the C. J. Brown Reservoir, Springfield, Ohio.
Enjoy a substantial tea of salad, scones, and sandwiches with a choice of hot teas served by ladies in late 18th and early 19th century costume. Music will be provided by the musicians of Lafferty Pike. Tickets for raffle items will be available for purchase as well as tea-related wares with the opportunity to complete a make-and-take craft.
All proceeds from the event will support the maintenance of the Homestead and its historic programs. The Crabill Homestead is under the management of the George Rogers Clark Heritage Association, the organization that produces the annual Fair at New Boston on Labor Day weekend in Springfield.