Step onto a working 1860s farm, home to Oliver H. Kelley, founder of the first successful national farming organization, the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, better known as the Grange. Activities follow the farming cycle and change with the season, making each visit unique. Visitors can meet the animals in the barn, help work in the fields and gardens, and see what’s cooking in the farmhouse.
The Oliver Kelley Farm is a National Historic Landmark.
- Major Expansion
- Farm Animals
See updates on our progress to debut an expanded Oliver Kelley Farm in Spring 2017. The farm will remain open for school groups and family visitors throughout construction.
Find out what the animals are up to in the fields. Visit the farm for upcoming events.
The Oliver Kelley Farm is a great choice for holding birthday parties. Other rental events including meetings, luncheons, and weddings will be unavailable in 2015 due to visitor center construction.