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Daily Activity
Hale Farm & Village is a 19th century outdoor living history museum.  With no electricity in sight and no planes overhead, it doesn't take long for our travelers to realize the shift in time.  Each day our guests engage themselves in an interactive experience with our variety of family-friendly activity.  The landscape includes 32 historic buildings, a working farm, craft & trade demonstrations, and interpreted sites with historic costumed staff. 

With so much fun activity, Hale Farm & Village is the perfect experience for the whole family to spend a day in history! 


Oxen

The team of milking shorthorn oxen arrived from Maine in spring 2012. Come see them demonstrate 19th-century farm chores or enjoy their break in the North Pasture.








Chicken Coop
Get up close and walk with the new chickens that recently moved into the coop that was completed in Fall 2012.


Gatehouse Cafe:
The Cafe is open in the summer, Wednesday - Sunday 11:00am - 3:00pm.
If you are bringing a large group to eat at the Gatehouse Cafe, we prefer that you pre-order your food.  Please call 330-666-3711 to make arrangements.

Museum Store:
Extend the memory of your experience!  Hale Farm & Village offers unique souvenirs and gifts.  From baskets and brooms to hand-dipped candles and blacksmith wares,  you will find a one-of-a-kind piece that is locally made ~ right at Hale Farm!  Click here for more information about the Museum Store. 
Light snacks and beverages are always available in the museum store.

Restrooms:
Located in the Gatehouse, in a building adjacent to the Blacksmith and in the Carriage Shed behind the Meetinghouse. 

Getting Around:
  • Accessibility: Hale Farm & Village is partially handicap accessible. Wheelchairs are available on a first come, first served basis in the Gatehouse at no charge.
  • Strollers & Wagons: We welcome strollers on the property.  Please note that the historic structure of our buildings does not allow the use of strollers indoors.
  • Walking: The Hale Farm property expands several acres.  Visitors should plan to wear comfortable shoes.  Benches are along the pathways to take a break.
  • Rain or Shine: During the public season, Hale Farm is open regardless of the weather. Natural disasters and severe storms may result in alternate hours or early closing. These changes will be communicated via the local news.