The Carroll County Farm Museum opened its doors in 1966 as one of the first museums of its kind in the state of Maryland. It’s historic Farmhouse, four barns and multiple outbuildings hold exhibits depicting farm life of the late 19th century. From April through October group tours are conducted by reservation. The general public is welcomed on weekends, May through October and weekdays, Tuesday through Friday, during July and August.
Many popular events are held throughout the year such as: Civil War Living History Re-enactment, Blacksmith Days, Old-Fashioned July 4th Celebration and Fireworks, Surf and Turf Festival, Steam Show Days, Fall Harvest Days, and the Holiday Visit. By far the most popular is The Maryland Wine Festival® held every year in September. 2013 will mark the 30th anniversary of this event. The Museum has also opened its doors to private gatherings. Areas of the Museum can be rented for weddings, picnics, retreats, meetings, and other gatherings.
For more information go to www.carrollcountyfarmmuseum.org or call 800-654-4645.