Experience everyday life on a working 1812 farmstead. Maple trees are tapped to collect maple syrup and children can visit a one-room schoolhouse and even help with candlemaking, cooking at an open hearth, pressing apple cider and spinning wool. Student and camp groups participate in hands-on educational programs, doing chores on the farm and learning trades done in the 1800s. In addition to the early cabin and schoolhouse, the complex includes a pioneer post-and-beam barn, heirloom gardens, pastures and resident farm animals. Gift shop. Special Events: Seasonal activities and workshops.
Open: July - mid-Oct, daily, noon-4pm. Admission Fee.