2686 Oak Hill Rd. Bath, Ohio 44210 – for GPS use Peninsula, Ohio 44264
Hale Farm & Village is located 10 miles from downtown Akron, 25 miles from downtown Cleveland, 38 miles from Canton, 61 miles from Youngstown and 128 miles from Columbus
Hours of operation:
The museum is Closed for the season with the exception of glassblowing and craft workshops through November.
Find out more about Holiday Lantern Tours this December – HERE.
Glassblowing Workshops Return in October and November – More Information HERE
A limited number of reservation-only timed tickets are available for WRHS Members and General Public HERE. In this first phase of reopening, a maximum number of 50 visitors per half hour will be admitted. Presale tickets are recommended for ALL guests above the age of 2 including members, active military and guest pass holders .
If you are interested in Information about the Cleveland History Center in University Circle – Click Here
Download a map of Hale Farm & Village for your September Visit HERE
HALE FARM & VILLAGE
The first hour of each day (10:00 am to 11:00 am) is reserved for at-risk visitors.
Last ticket sales will be at 3pm. The property will close at 4:00 pm for cleaning protocols.
Adults (ages 13years and older) – $12
Youth (3 -12 years) – $6
WRHS members, active military and youth 2 or younger – Free
When can members reserve tickets?
Please present your membership card and presale tickets at admissions. Tickets are nontransferable.
When can the general public reserve tickets?
- Tickets are available now for General Public.
Please present your presale tickets at admissions. Tickets are nontransferable.
How do I reserve my tickets?
Reserve tickets online HERE. Or call 330-666-3711 for more information.
Visitors should review the museum’s new guidelines prior to their visit.
Visitors must arrive during the ½ hour specified by the time on their ticket to maintain safety limits. For example, if you’ve purchased an 11:00am ticket your admission time is 11:00am-11:29am.
Plan Your Hale Farm & Village Visit
What is HFV doing to improve my safety?
WRHS’s top priority is the safety of its visitors, volunteers, and staff. To deliver a low-contact, high-quality visitor experience, the institution developed an internal task force and consulted with health authorities and peer institutions across the country to establish coronavirus protocols and site-specific safety measures. This includes enhanced daily cleaning, antibacterial solution stations in high touch areas, reduced capacity, promoting social distancing, and mandating face coverings.
Guests will also be asked to self screen with a series of health screening questions in order to determine if they are well enough to enter the facility.
Why is the museum mandating face masks?
The wearing face masks in social settings to slow the spread of COVID-19. In compliance with Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson’s mandate, WRHS is requiring everyone, including staff and volunteers, to wear a face mask that covers the mouth and nose for the duration of their visit, unless you have a medical condition that precludes you from wearing a face covering, please call 330-666-3711 for details if necessary.
I reserved tickets; how should I prepare for my visit?
To prepare for your visit, please review the new guidelines here.
Please conduct a self-assessment health screening prior to arriving the day of your visit.
Please arrive at—not before—the time on your ticket to maintain safety limits.
Don’t forget your mask! And please ensure that all members in your party bring theirs, too.
Where and how do I enter?
You will enter Hale Farm & Village through the main Gatehouse Entrance, conveniently located adjacent to the parking lot. Parking is free.
Face coverings are required at admissions and for the duration of your visit when you are not able to social distance outdoors or are viewing demonstrations or inside historic sites.
Presale tickets will be scanned at admissions.
Members, Active Military and Guest Pass holders please present appropriate identification with your tickets or passes. Tickets are nontransferable.
Wayfinding signage and staff will assist visitors in navigating their experience.
Is my ticket valid all day? Am I able to leave and return?
Your ticket is valid all day, but once you leave the property, you will not be readmitted.
What if I am late or miss my ticketed entry time?
If you arrive more than 29 minutes after the time on your ticket, the museum will attempt to admit you at the next available time slot that day. Please note that due to safety limits, entry is not guaranteed.
What amenities and sites will be open?
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.
Beverages can be purchased at the admission area and guests are welcome to bring picnic lunches, our Café is closed, however our MarketPlace is now OPEN. Learn more about the MarketPlace at Hale Farm & Village Here.
As HFV assesses its first phase of reopening and receives permission from state and local officials to safely extend its experience, more galleries, and exhibitions will become available to visitors and small scale special events may be added to our schedule. Check our website often or follow us on social media for more updates.
Are there special guidelines for touring the property?
Keeping safe distances between parties is required. Signage will be posted throughout the property indicating safe distances among the open attractions and wayfinding that optimizes the experience for all visitors.
In addition to on-site visitation, Hale Farm & Village will continue to offer virtual experiences and programs so that at-home visitors can connect with us while social-distancing protocols remain in place. History@Home offers an abundance of online resources and activities to access our resources.
Only service animals are allowed on property. No drones please.
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