This small farm is an excellent replication of a seaside farm in early America. Sheep, ducks, lots of farm animals and an old farm house await you. Plan to spend about an hour or so wandering the grounds and visiting the old farm house. A great place to take children. Highly recommend it!
We loved this place. The people who worked there clearly cared for the farm and the historical context. Since we had an interest in poultry, foraging and historical farming, they were able to answer questions which might have been obscure to people were were not really into this type of stuff. We got detailed information on the type of poultry... 更多
Step back in time at Coggeshall. A living history museum with interesting animals, historic buildings, a working garden and beautiful scenery. We have been there several times and the staff is always willing to demonstrate historic crafts and teacnology, and encourage the children to help. Our children have collected eggs, drawn water from a well, washed clothing the old fasioned... 更多
I went here for a Halloween festival. I can't remember if it was free or low cost, but I do think there is typically a fee. The property is filled with nature, open fields of grass and a few goats. When I was there there was also a hay ride down to the water. Otherwise it might be a ten... 更多
Visited the farm with the grandchildren. It's small but worth the visit with the farm animals milling around. A nice take if you're also walking through Colt State Park. You could park at the Park and walk through the park to the farm. The little ones loved it!
Love this place! Went today with a group of stay-at-home moms and our children. We went right at 10 we were actually a little early, and one of the people who works there opened it early for us. We started with a brief talk of the rules - no chasing the animals, picking them up, etc. Beautiful land, and you... 更多
This is a quaint Early American working farm. They have great seasonal events and activities; mostly geared towards children. However, many adults get in on the fun. Learn about RI History just after the War of Independence when farming and small businesses were the basis of the economy. The resident manager and docents for the farm are friendly and engaging... 更多
Seasonal fun and good educational lessons for all ages at this living museum. Easy to find and a beautiful place to visit when in Bristol. You can spend an hour or half a day on the Bristol waterfront.
After a welcome by the staff person, we toured 1700s-vintage home and farm buildings. Seeing how people lived -- farmed, ate, slept, and managed on a day-to-day basis 100s of years ago is eye opening. The farm is self sustaining and raises chickens, turkeys, cattle, etc. And some of the chickens even like to be petted !!!
This place is awful. Nothing is open and no part of it is a museum. The food is awful and the people are rude. The music is bad and there's nothing to do. We paid 64 dollars and every penny was a waste. This is the worst farm I've ever been to. You'll be bored out of your mind. Don't... 更多