Visit on September 26 and enjoy a lunchtime performance by the Akron Symphony Orchestra String Trio, part of their Interlude Season (ASO String Trio: Steve Ostrow, Sarah Husak, Jim Benson). Pack your picnic lunch and enjoy music on the Gatehouse Welcome Center Veranda, picnic tables are provided or bring your own blankets or chairs. Café 1810 will Not be open, but cold beverages, beer and wine can be purchased in the MarketPlace. After the performance stay for the day and explore Ohio’s regional history across the 90 acre outdoor museum.
The reality is things are different, but we can celebrate welcoming guests again. Many historic homes will be open for self-guided experiences, demonstrations including pottery, glassblowing, and spinning occur daily and other interpretive experiences can be enjoyed in a variety of locations around the historic grounds. Enjoy the natural beauty, gardens and grounds of the living history museum in the Cuyahoga Valley.
Hale Farm & Village is committed to the health and safety of our guests, staff and volunteers. Western Reserve Historical Society’s reopening playbook, the Restart Plan, has been developed in close consultation with legal counsel, arts and culture leaders, and following guidance from local health experts, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and Ohio’s Responsible Restart Ohio guidance for Consumer, Retail, Services and Entertainment. Our plan includes requirements for face coverings for employees and visitors, no contact transactions, advance timed-entry ticket sales, increased access to sanitizing stations, enhanced cleaning protocols, physical distancing signage, and more. Find out more information about safely visiting the museum HERE
Purchase your tickets for September 26th – Admission: Adults $12, Youth (3-12years) $6, Members, Active Military and Youth 2 and under are Free (please follow the ticket link to make your reservation)
Purchase tickets for another day at Hale Farm & Village HERE