Hale Farm, which is owned and operated by the Western Reserve Historical Society, is situated within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. It is an outdoor living history museum featuring life and crafts from the mid-1800s. It includes farm animals, pastures, gardens, and historic houses with historical interpreters dressed in period costume. Most of the buildings were relocated to the Hale Farm in order to be saved from demolition or deterioration. They now make up the fictional town of "Wheatfield". The craftsman and interpreters will tell you all about the events of the period as if it were present-day news. It is very authentic and there are a wide variety of workshops showcasing the trades of Glass Blowing, Broom Making, Pottery, Weaving, Spinning wool into yarn, and much more. It is a live working farm complete with all the barns, pastures and farm animals you might expect. The admission is very affordable and you are sure to enjoy spending the entire day there while visiting the National Park.
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