Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Frontier Culture Museum

Baskets of wool beneath a window.

Airing the Bedding

Irish Farm

Window in Irish Farmhouse

American Farm 1820's

Garden of American Farm
Frowning baby runs from goats.
The Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton, Virginia is comprised of several farm buildings and barns from England, Germany, Ireland, Africa and Early America. Each farm includes interpreters who speak about farm life of that particular period. Visitors are free to wander the grounds and lose themselves in history. We brought a picnic lunch and made an enjoyable day of it.