Located along the bank of Twenty Mile Creek, Jordan Village is a small rural hamlet that combines history, beautiful scenery and friendly hospitality for a one-of-a-kind experience.
For a glimpse of the past, visitors can head to the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty that features two historic buildings: an 1816 log house and an 1859 stone school house, both fully restored.
With costumed staff demonstrating pioneer activities, and leading tours of the two historic buildings, visitors are sure to leave with a keen sense of the history of the area and of the Pennsylvania Mennonites and Loyalists who migrated to the area in search of rich farmland in the late 1700’s.
For nature lovers, Ball's Falls Heritage Conservation Area encompasses over 200 acres of preserved scenery. Pack a picnic and explore the grist mill, the first mill owner’s house, the lime kiln (a restored church) and log cabins from the 1790s.
For a taste of modern life in Jordan, head to Inn on the Twenty located in the heart of Jordan Village. Here you will discover a luxurious 24-room main inn, Vintage House,
Winemaker's Cottage and On the Twenty Restaurant. Browse through the many antique shops that line the main street or enjoy dining at one of the fine restaurants or wineries in the area.