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
Hale Farm & Village is dedicated to the health and safety of our volunteers, staff and guests. We continue to follow CDC, state and local health recommendations. Masks are required for staff and visitors when indoors or unable to maintain a proper social distance outdoors.
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HALE FARM & VILLAGE
October Saturdays & Sundays 10am-4pm.
Please refer to specific events or contact us for details.
Adults (age 13 & up) – $12
Youth (age 3 -12) – $6
WRHS members, active military and youth 2 or younger – Free
Ride The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad to the living history museum for the day – limited tickets for the Hale Farm Excursion are available by contacting www.cvsr.org HERE
Hale Farm & Village is a living history museum operated by the Western Reserve Historical Society and is within the boundaries of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Explore 19th century life in the Western Reserve including 32 historic structures, craft and trade demonstrations, farm animals and gardens. Our costumed interpreters will provide a look into daily life on the farm.
Join us for a brand new season at Hale Farm & Village and explore some old favorites, along with new unique experiences. Daily guests will find the core of their favorite historic buildings open to explore, each with a focus on unique demonstrations of 19th century lifeways and skills. In addition, we will be hosting special timed talks and demonstrations throughout the week to add meaningful interpretation of sites and highlight some special history. Please be aware that in order to offer special timed experiences, it may mean that some sites will be closed for periods of time; however we endeavor to provide the best possible experience for learning, entertainment, and community connection.
Find out more about our 2021 Signature Events – Here.
Find out more about handmade at Hale merchandise, our MarketPlace and Café 1810- Here.
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, and promoting social distancing.
Is the museum mandating face masks?
Facial coverings/masks are required for all guests regardless of vaccination status when inside any of the buildings on Hale Farm grounds or when unable to social distance from other guests or HFV staff. Please call 330-666-3711 for further details if necessary.
Do I Need to Purchase Tickets in Advance?
Tickets can be purchased at the door though some signature events may require advance tickets and staggered admission timing. Please refer to specific events (click here) or contact us for details.
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.
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, and you are able to leave and return on the same day only. Feel free to pack a lunch and stay for the day.
What amenities and sites will be open?
Many historic homes will be open for self-guided experiences. Demonstrations including pottery, blacksmithing, and spinning or weaving 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 and snacks can be purchased in the MarketPlace or at Café 1810 during signature events and guests are welcome to bring picnic lunches. Learn more about the MarketPlace at Hale Farm & Village Here.
Hale Farm & Village is following all state and county health guidelines. Check our website often or follow us on social media for more updates.
In addition to on-site visitation, Hale Farm & Village will continue to offer virtual experiences and programs so that at-home visitors can continue to connect with us. 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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