The Carroll County Farm Museum is an educational facility created to promote the prestige and general welfare
of Carroll County by fostering the preservation and proper appreciation of the rural culture of Carroll
County and the spirit and the values which this culture typifies.
In accordance with our mission, the Museum offers many programs that educate and entertain all ages.
Historic Trades are offered at various times throughout the year. Qualified instructors,
proficient in their skill, teach classes in weaving, spinning, open hearth cooking, basket weaving, painting,
chair caning, tinsmithing, blacksmithing, broom making and many more.
Living History Camp teaches children, entering 3rd through 5th grades, rural farm life in the 1800s through
demonstrations and hands-on experiences. This award winning educational camp combines learning and having fun
in a unique setting. Children learn old-time skills, old-fashioned games, and make craft projects to take home.
Farm Museum Tours are offered April through October. Visitors set their own pace as they receive a guided tour of
the Farmhouse and then wander through many exhibits, tour flower and heirloom vegetable gardens, visit the animals
and perhaps walk the Nature Trail. For more information click on Tours and Exhibits.