What you must see:
1. William Hoover farm and tannery. (More Pics Here!)
Did you know that William Henry "Boss" Hoover's first business was a
leather tannery, not a vacuum business. In fact he did NOT invent
vacuum cleaners, he bought the patent to one and then began building
and selling vacuums.
2. Hoover family original belongings.
This is the house that vacuum cleaner entrepreneur William Henry
"Boss" Hoover lived in during his childhood. Today, it serves as a
museum filled with vacuums and products built and sold by Hoover
over the years.
3. Wagon rides.
The Christmas celebration at the Hoover House also includes horse
drawn wagon rides. There is small fee for the ride.
Cookies, hot chocolate, and treats.
After touring the Hoover House be sure to stop in the Hoover's
tannery. This is where the Hoovers once made custom leather goods,
but during Christmas nowadays its loaded with holiday cookies and
5. Santa Claus.
Perhaps one of the best surprises of the Hoover House holiday
celebration is a visit with Santa Claus. Kids can have their picture
taken with him and let him know what the want for Christmas!