|Address:||115 Strathmore St, Narragansett, RI 02882, USA|
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I had such a great time at this museum. The staff is really friendly and knowledgeable. Walking around, you can see animals, 19th century farm equipment, printing presses, and a blacksmiths shop. You can walk into the more formal museum part and see some really great exhibits as well; the subjects are wide ranging and really interesting. This living history farm is such a great value, too--at only $4 for adults with AAA, I would definitely go back. Tip: Do not type in the address you see on google, Ann Hoxsie Lane -- it takes you to a vacant lot.
Very awesome! The woman at the desk in the visiting center was very nice and knew what she was talking about! Learned a lot and some places looked really interesting! Got a gift card for Jennifers Chocolates to get a chocolate lollipop for handing in the scavenger hunt finished. Would give 5 stars but the graveyard was kind of disappointing. I do recommend you go to the South County Museum!!
A nice, local museum that provides an informal, low-key experience. Youre not going to spend hours and hours here and theres limited options for children, but if youre interested in local history - some with national consequences -- or a working printing press or blacksmith, this is the place for you. Very affordable too.
Very boring , map confusing , no graveyard , started getting alleric reactions and bites from walking for only 15 minutes, had to leave early, overpriced for what its worth, should be free. I dont recommend unless you like old barn houses in fields.
Affordable and very interesting
nothing to see..