From the people in period dress to the livestock and farm, if you're in Cooperstown the Farmers' Museum is worth a visit.
It's great to talk to the local pharmacist about meds circa 1840s or watch the blacksmith fire up some iron cookware.
What an interesting place to visit. All the buildings and people in them have a great story to tell. Loved listening to each one. The Merry-go-round is breathtaking. Place is wonderful for children and adults too. Highly recommend!
The good: there is a refurbished carousel which is beautiful (although I don't think it's necessary to charge $1 admission per person in addition to museum admission.) We were fortunate to visit a day after 2 baby lambs (less than a day old) were born...更多
We visited the Farmer's Museum on a beautiful spring day with our daughter and grand daughter. It was a Monday and we had the place virtually to ourselves. This allowed our two year old grand daughter the ability to run and explore freely as we...更多
We bought the twofer (Fenimore and Farm) ticket and visited the Farm museum in the afternoon. There are two original buildings and the rest have been moved to the site, reassembled and preserved to depict a farming village; store, school, tavern, church, doctor, printshop, farmhouses,...更多
This was an interesting mix of time outdoors and education in life during the 1800s. You learn about life during the 19th century, from everyone including the blacksmith to the local printer while exploring a functioning farm. There are live animals to visit and enjoy...更多