This 140-acre museum features life on the farm in the late 1800s with period artifacts and antiques. The grounds include original farm structures, such as the Farmhouse and a bank barn, as well as a Smokehouse, Broom Shop, Saddlery, Springhouse, Living History Center, Wagon Shed, General Store exhibit, and a One-room Schoolhouse.Traditional arts classes are offered throughout the year, including folk art painting, basket making, blacksmithing, broom making, chair caning/seat weaving, quilting.
A non-profit arts organization offering roots-based concerts from October-April; arts, music, dance, & cultural arts classes in July; and festivals in June/July.
Sells handmade pottery and some pottery supplies. Pottery classes for adults and children. Tours, demonstrations, and hands on workshops are provided for youth groups, such as Scouts and church groups.
Terry Whye enjoys a career in ceramic sculpture and pottery spanning over 30 years at her Whye Clay Works studio. Her nationally exhibited work has been highlighted in Ceramic Art and Perception, American Crafts, Ceramics Monthly and Carroll magazines. She accepts commissions and visits to her studio are by appointment. It’s also a teaching studio year round for ceramic arts classes for youth and adults and home schoolers.