Living History Farms has saved this date exclusively for homeschool families! Explore through hands-on activities how tools and technology changed in the past and how those changes affected daily life. Use simple machines for chores. Discover the science behind making bread and butter. Learn how germs became more than a theory!
Participate in the chores, games, and activities done by children living on a farm over the past 300 years, as you travel on foot from the 1700 Ioway Indian Farm to the 1850 Pioneer Farm, and 1900 Horse-Powered Farm, at your own pace. Click here for more important details.
Check back soon for registration information for Homeschool Day 2013.
Visit the education main page to learn about other group visits and programs.
Enhance your visit with your cell phone! Look for scannable QR codes while you tour the 1875 Town of Walnut Hill which, once scanned with your web-enabled smart phone, will play a short video tour of the location given by a Living History Farms interpreter.
Come prepared to quickly & easily scan the QR code by downloading the FREE ScanLife QR Code Reader app before you arrive. Simply text SCAN to 43588, or visit www.getscanlife.com to download.