back in time with a guided adventure into days gone by -- a time
of one-room schoolhouse, blacksmith
shops, country stores
and log homes.
through up to 16 different buildings experiencing life as it was
"back then" and learning about the major inventions that
changed everything to create the quality of life we take for granted
today. To see our interactive map, click here.
Farm Museum and Village tours of the Museum
of Progress, Museum
of Transportation and the Country
Store Museum are available to the public all year, Monday through
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (except for major holidays and in
the months of December, January and February tours are available,
weather permitting). Guests may tour the other Heritage Farm exhibits
by advance reservation.
here for information rates for tours and groups.
Interested in making a reservation? By giving us some information in advance here online, we can expedite the process -- click here.
enjoy some time in yesteryear!
Us Your Students!
Tours help students be proud of their Appalachian
Heritage with an inspirational field trip to the award-winning Heritage
Farm. Students can experience life as it was “back then”
and learn about the major inventions that changed everything to
create the quality of life we take for granted today. This unique
experience for students includes guided lessons in the authentic
19th century One Room Schoolhouse,
Progress of Appalachia Museum,
American Transportation Museum
and either the walk-through Coal Mine Exhibit or the Hands-On Activity
view the brochure, click here.
Farm Museum and Village has completed a new video that shows some
of the highlights of the farm, including the technology building,
the progress museum and Appalachian Heritage displays and the assorted
hands-on activities. Our goal is to help students experience the
life of "back then" and learn about the inventions that
helped create the life we live today! Broadband
contact us to make an advance
reservation for your group to enjoy the sights and sounds of yesteryear.