The Webb Farmhouse is an integral part of the 86-acre Meadow Garden restoration project at Longwood Gardens in Chester County, Pennsylvania. The c. 1730 stone farmhouse, with its late 18th century addition, is a destination point within the system of hiking trails through the meadow which is alive with diverse plant and animal life and plays a critical role in the region’s ecology. The exterior has been restored to represent its appearance at the end of the eighteenth century. Architectural investigations were conducted to determine the design of missing features such as pent roofs, porches, overhanging cornices, doors and windows. These features were recreated and the fieldstone masonry walls were restored. The interior of the “Hearth Room” in the circa 1730 section of the building was selectively restored to represent an eighteenth century farmhouse kitchen, with exhibits that explore the history and evolution of the land. The interior of the late eighteenth century section presents a contemporary exhibit interpreting the unique beauty of each season in the Meadow Garden.