I went with my 3 teen daughters to see what the museum had to offer. We had a delightful tour guide, Colette, who kept everyone actively engaged for almost 2 hours! She was a wealth of information, yet kept it fun for everyone. We tend to enjoy theses type of living history places, but she was truly remarkable! Everyone wants... 更多
A collection of farm houses, barns and out buildings, with animals, gardens and fields demonstrating farm life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Hallocks were the first to land on this part of Long Island, migrating from New Haven, CT and their descendants lived on the farm until almost the 21st century. Now it is a living... 更多
Been there twice with kids' school trips. Plenty to see and walk around. Staff is very good and imparts historical information at a good pace and with interest. Hands-on activities for kids too. Trip can be completed in 2 hours without missing anything.
Head out to Hallockville for an interesting look back at Long Island History held in several antique buildings. The nearby cows are fun for kids to observe, the open fields are lovely to look at. Find a time when reenactors are camped out and the impact is fascinating. Tour the barn if you're into old farm tools and visit the... 更多
Should be called "Hick-ville" Farm. OK if you like cows and ancient steam tractors, otherwise quaint but pretty boring.