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All reviews visitor center the barn step back in time audio tour pig pen different buildings early settlers mountain life cades cove nice walk walk around stretch your legs herd of elk national park great stop great place to visit oconaluftee river
Was able to remember the simple life and good old days. We sure had a good life before all this progress. To show my grandchildren how I grew up and the chores we had back then. Was a good time for all.
Our Grandchildren had a wonderful learning experience - from reading the well posted signs on each building to understand the actual application of life back then.... (horseshoes used as door hinges at the Blacksmith's Shop) But what kept them going in this farm and learning...More
The Mountain Farm Museum is free, it is a nice walk thru old farm land, complete with restored buildings. The walk is easy, and on level ground. There is a beautiful water stream that follows beside the farm land. Never crowded in the farm area...More
When stopping at the visitor center you should stretch your legs by walking among the farm museum buildings. The visitor center has an audio tour available so you should use take advantage of it to enhance the experience as each station on the property has...More
Must see area just behind visitor center. Collection of multiple mountain buildings and structures to replicate the typical Homestead lifestyle. Informative brochure available. Audio tour available from visitor center. During our visit the elk crossed from the field out front through the museum compound, walking...More
Be sure to hike out to the Farm from visitors center going into Cherokee. Good to teach younger generations about farm life when the rural area was still alive in the mountains. Brings back memories of days gone by for older generation
This place is always a great place to visit. Learn a bit about the history of the area and see old homestead's. There's plenty of parking and a bathroom. And if you're lucky you might see some elk here. All ages friendly and easy to...More