- Fosterfields Living Historical Farm
- Historic Cold Spring Village
- Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum
- Howell Living History Farm
- Longstreet Farm
- Lusscroft Farm
Fosterfields is a 200-acre working farm which replicates daily activities of the farming and domestic life from the 1880s through the turn of the century. Events include baby farm animal weekend, haying demonstrations, threshing, sheep dog trials, cider pressing and corn husking. Click here for more information or call (973) 326-7645.
Cape May, NJ
This 1800s open-air living history museum has incorporated agricultural themes into their calendar of events. Click here for more information or call (609) 898-2300.
Located on about 10 acres of land, the museum is an educational institution, restored, maintained and staffed by volunteers. It features the oldest remaining stone house in Hunterdon County and many outbuildings. Museum-barn displays include early farming and homemaking devices. Click here for more information or call (609) 397-2752.
Howell Farm reflects farming practices circa 1900 and welcomes school groups and parents with young children. Programs include sheep sheering, maple sugaring, potato planting, hayrides, haying and workshops. Click here for more information or call (609) 737-3299.
Holmdel Township, NJ
Rural Monmouth County in the 1890s has been recreated at Longstreet Farm where costumed interpreters plow, plant, cook and clean just as was done 100 years ago. Click here for more information or call the Monmouth County Park System at (732) 842-4000, ext. 256.
Lusscroft encompasses 577 acres in Sussex County and is administered by High Point State Park in cooperation with the State Agriculture Development Committee. It lies along County Route 519 and Neilson Road, adjacent to High Point State Park and Stokes State Forest. The site has equine trails and hosts various events, such as maple sugaring, birding, nature walks and festivals. Click here for more information.