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Experience the story of farming, food and agriculture — past and present! Explore the newly expanded and enhanced facilities to learn about today's agriculture and then visit an original 1860s working farm. Activities follow the farming cycle and...more
We brought our three granddaughters there. The helped pick potato bugs to feed the chickens. They helped bake bread. They loved looking and petting the animals. They also ate some vegetables out of the garden.we had a great time
The kitchen is cool and my cousins said the old building were interesting. They farm in England and this was why we visited this site. Personally, I found it incredibly boring with little of interest. I would never visit again.
National Historical opportunity... can’t get much better! What an amazing chance to see a real working farm that’s over 100 years old! Remember that “live enactment” at Fort Snelling? That’s the context to this whole farm. Period dress. Period efforts (hard work). The crops, the...More
I LOVE the Oliver Kelley Farm!
What started as a family tradition in the summers growing up has turned into a lifetime of memories.
I cannot wait to bring children of my own some day!
Hands on learning cannot be matched!
I think its wonderful...More
It's like stepping into the past. The location is beautiful and the self guided tour at your own pace is really a draw for us. It's like stations: go see the hair art in the old house, visit the sheep barn, then see the new...More
For romantic historians which I am it’s fun but not extraordinary. Worth a visit and not overpriced makes it a worthwhile stop easily accessible to highway 10 both directions.
Feels like your back in civil war era or little house in prairie. Wish their were...More