The non-profit museum preserves Harford County farming culture and artifacts from the 20th century. Its goal is to educate the public about agricultural heritage through demonstrations, tours, craft sessions and reenactments. Tours are available of the once-working farm with patrons able to explore the farmhouse, which is furnished with antiques from the 20th century, a blacksmith's shop and a wheelwright shop. Demonstrations of blacksmiths, potters, weavers and farmers are also provided. Workshops and crafts for both kids and adults are frequently offered. The museum also has a pavillion which can be rented out for weddings or other private events.
- Hours: May - October, Sat,Sun, 1pm - 4pm
- Handicap Accessible: Ground level parking, ramps.
- Ticket information: Members: free; Adults: $3; Children 12 and under: Free; Children 12 and under are free on all weekends. Tours: $5 per person
- Student discounts: No
- Senior discounts: No
- Private parties: Yes
- Alcohol served: No
- Coat/bag check: No
- Parking: Free lot
- Guided tours?: Yes
- Guided tour languages: English
- Audio tours?: No
- Gift shop: Yes
- Gift shop hours: Same as museum hours.
- Cameras allowed?: Yes
- Membership levels: Family, Individual