CURRENT HOURS: Closed for general touring until May 2023 • Open to registered guests for camps, classes & dinners

Visitor Code of Conduct

Living History Farms is committed to providing a fun, interactive experience for our guests.

Thank you for spending time with us at Living History Farms! Living History Farms is a privately owned property. So that our guests may enjoy their time at Living History Farms, we would like to share the following museum code of conduct. Living History Farms reserves the right to refuse admission, revoke membership, control occupancy, or eject any person whose conduct is deemed by the management to be disorderly or fails to comply with the terms and conditions herein. Guests who do not act responsibly may be asked to leave. If they refuse to leave the property, they may be referred to law enforcement and prosecuted for criminal trespass.

Living History Farms is a Character Counts! ® organization.

As such, we require staff and guests to adhere to the six pillars of character of Citizenship, Trustworthiness, Respect, and Responsibility, Fairness, and Caring.

Safety and Security

To ensure the safety of our guests and the security of our museum, all adult guests must enter the museum from the Visitor Center unless otherwise directed by management. All guests must visibly wear admission stickers that they will receive upon paying for tickets at our admissions booth. Children under the age of 16 are required to tour with the adult(s) they arrived with at all times.

Guests of Living History Farms agree to submit to security checks if requested upon entrance to the museum. Guests also voluntarily assume all risks incidental to attending the museum. Guests and ticket holders and program participants voluntarily agree that the management, facility, officers, directors, volunteers and employees of Living History Farms are expressly released by holder from any claims that arise from visiting the museum. Please take note of posted museum safety guidelines around the museum.

The museum is not responsible for lost or stolen personal items.

While visiting Living History Farms, the following general activities will not be accepted:

  • Violations of the law.
  • Any activity that threatens the safety of our guests, lease tenants and staff.
  • Any activity that threatens the well being of the property, including livestock and artifacts, or that would disrupt the legitimate business of the property.
  • Any activity that disrupts our pleasant, family-oriented environment.
  • Any activity inconsistent with the general mission of Living History Farms.

Examples of specific activities that are prohibited include, but are not limited to:

  • Disruptive profanity, vulgar or threatening language.
  • Unnecessarily blocking walkways, roadways, or buildings.
  • Excessive loitering.
  • Operating unauthorized vehicles and/or transportation devices on Living History Farms property.
  • Possession of any of the following items without expressed written permission from Living History Farms: aerosol cans, alcoholic beverages, electronic or vapor cigarettes, controlled or illegal substances, fireworks, or weapons (other than by law enforcement).

Living History Farms is a tobacco free museum.

Thank you for adhering to our Code of Conduct. We hope you enjoy your visit to Living History Farms!

Updated 10/2017

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