Living history demonstrations take place during special events in one of Har-Ber Village's cabins. Heirloom vegetables, herbs, flowers, and other plants can be seen in the heirloom garden near the cabin and the herb garden near the Café.
Har-Ber Village's Nature Trail is open to the public without museum admission. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy walking the trail during regular museum hours. The trail is a pleasant and scenic nearly two-mile long walk that has several loops meandering through woods along the edge of Har-Ber Village property and overlooking Grand Lake o' the Cherokees.. You may see deer, birds and other wildlife. A wide variety of trees and plants grow along the trail. The trail is being upgraded to include wheel-shair accesssible paved portions. The trail does have some uneven surfaces and loose gravel in places—please wear appropriate shoes and take care going up and down hills. Also in the works: a grant application was submitted in early 2018 for an extension of the Trail including a dock. Stay tuned for details!