A famous hoax and a carousel + more snapshots of The Farmers’ Museum

The Farmers’ Museum really has something for everybody. Their welcome exhibit does a good job of laying out what visitors can expect: This was in a building that looked like this: Activities for Sugaring Off Sunday: Special events for the year: It’s pretty cool that there’s regional Civil War history being taught up here. Because…

Farm-to-table? Tree-to-table!

After leaving the printing shop, I walked around the rest of The Farmers’ Museum checking out the farm animals. The Farmers’ Museum is home to goats, chickens, cows, sheep, turkey, and horses. There were wagon rides around the premises so I got on one. The horses are slow and strong, meant for labor instead of…

Sweet things in a general store

After learning how maple syrup is made, I headed into the historic village of The Farmers’ Museum. There are a couple dozen buildings in this village, many of which are preserved historic buildings that actually existed in the 1800s. Because Cooperstown is not in its tourism season (that’s baseball season – more on that later),…