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This is one of those places that if I were a kid I would have loved it even more! As an adult I also really loved it! There were many hands on exhibits open and there were various groups of children present. The presenters and guides were very concerned that all would understand various aspects of their craft on history.... 更多
My family and I visited the farm and it was not very handicapped friendly very spread out for a person walking with a cane or walker no paved paths not even to the restrooms and not many benches to rest on and enjoy the outdoors, very disappointed with spending the money to visit.
We enjoyed the drive through the Cuyahoga Forest to get to this living museum of a what a village would be like during the Civil War time. The homes, general store, school house, blacksmith, church, gardens, livestock buildings, etc. were placed in a way to give you a sense of a village that reminded me of an English farm village... 更多
Lots of walking through rocky unpaved paths or grass. They show you how they lived in the 1800's decade. Tour s school, weaving, spinning, blacksmith, candle making, general store, Doctor, church, meeting house etc. no air conditioning except for main building with the cafe and gift shop. The workers dress up in costumes. Excellent place to visit if you like... 更多
I love Hale Farm. The have a great collection of old Ohio houses and farm buildings. Very knowledgable staff and docents. An amazing blacksmith and broom maker, The best Civil War reenactment in Ohio. A nice little gift shop and cafe.
This is alongside the National Park, but not actually part of it. It hadn't been part of our itinerary (or even on our radar), but we're glad we stopped. It’s set up as an old farmstead and village. We strolled through the various houses and watched blacksmithing, glassblowing, pottery, spinning, and candle-making demonstrations. The demonstrators were all good at their... 更多
My friend and I took the Cuyahoga Scenic RR from Rockside to Hale Farm. We had 4 hrs to spend at Hale Farm touring the buildings and time for lunch in the cafe. I would strongly suggest visiting on days of special events or days when they have craftsmen on site. We were able to see a glassmaker, blacksmith, a... 更多
Google said they were open, but they don't open until June. So my friend I went walking taking pictures and someone who worked there said we are closed. We apologized the lady worker said no problem but we would have to leave because of the insurance coverage. She took the time gave us a quick run down about the place,... 更多
You step back in time when you visit the Hale Farm and Village. The people are dressed in period clothing and offer many different events throughout the year including Civil War reenactments, shops on candle-making, etc. Very educational and family friendly.
We took the train to&from. It was a enjoyable ride. We were at the farm/village in August the day before their civil war gig. Some of the re-enactors&vendors were there setting up. it was interesting to talk with the people who do this&see their wares.Our favorites were the soldiers back in the woods and the calvary outfit&their horses.The grumpy old... 更多