Help Support the Heritage Farmstead summer programs and camps by liking our Facebook page. Each like will donate $2 to Heritage Farmstead for the month of June. The Mission of the Heritage Farmstead Museum is to collect, preserve and interpret late 19th and early 20th century black land prairie history while making appropriate use of the authentically restored Farrell-Wilson Farmstead, a designated historic site.
Description of programs offered at Heritage Farmstead: Education Programs IMAGINE the year 1891 as you approach the new home of Hunter and Mary Alice Farrell. The home welcomes you with brilliant color, seven different shades to be exact. The Victorian architecture expresses a desire to IMPRESS, as this home was a gift to the bride to be of Mr. Hunter Farrell. Do you think that Hunter had any idea that the house would stand for over 100 years and WELCOME over 20,000 visitors each year? Indeed it has become a living history museum to teach generations what it was like to live on a farm at the turn of the century.
In our continuing effort to ENGAGE young minds and challenge deep thinking HFM offers all types of educational programming. Summer Camps Summer has never been this much fun!! Join us for one or all of our week long camps this summer. We will be exploring the creek and learning about pioneer life on the farm. Programs offered include:
- Pre-School Programs
- Pre-K through grades 6 programs
- Summer Camps
- Museum Apprentice Programs
- Teacher Resources
- Senior Programs