Musee de Venoge is featured in the April 2014 issue of Early American Life! Explore history in this French-Swiss cottage, one of the few remaining examples of French colonial architecture that once was common in the early settlement of Vevay, Indiana. Jacob Weaver and his French-Swiss wife Charlotte Golay Weaver, the first know occupants, lived and farmed here with seven of their ten children. Enjoy demonstrations of hearth cooking, bake oven, music, weaving, early trades and the domestic arts. For more information, log on to their website at http://www.venoge.org. Venoge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Free admission although donations are appreciated. Outside is handicapped accessible.
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