Went to this place for the 4th of July event. Parking was efficiently managed. A lot of food trucks, great music from a live band. A nice playground for kids, some farm animals. Volunteers were very nice. Went around the various buildings and was surprised what this place offers. Buildings have Self-guided tour exhibits, located in various barns and contain historic artifacts associated with rural farming. The displays interpretation highlights old agricultural and transportation technology. This is great for school tours for children and later generations to learn about farming history. Check their webpage for calendar of events. Oh, and the fireworks for the 4th is wonderful.
To say we found our Dream Venue would be an understatement. The space is BEAUTIFUL and well maintained! There are many options to have the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception (we choice the Gazebo in the Rose Garden, Barn Courtyard and Reception Barn) and so many awesome areas to take photos! Sharon was fantastic to work with, offering advice and accommodating my family and I with all of our requests. Just such a breeze. The value of this place for what you get is also amazing! Included with our package were places for our Bridal Party to get dressed as well as providing tables, chairs and even the options for horesehoes! Overall, loved it and will recommend to anyone looking for a farm, rustic or country vibe. Thank you!
We were having our car serviced in Westminster and wanted something fun to do while we waited. So we searched for a nearby place to visit and decided to visit the Carroll County Farm Museum. It turned out to be much larger and had more exhibits than we imagined. My wife grew up on a dairy farm so seeing how farming was done in the 1800's was quite interesting for both of us. We spoke to and got a great tour from Scott the curator. Thank you, Scott! All said it was a wonderful place to spend a few hours on a gorgeous day!
I went to the last hour of the Food Truck Sunday Funday. I had a delicious Crab cake sandwich with Cole slaw on the side. Music there by a group whose name I've forgotten, was pretty good.
The home of the Secret Garden wine fest. There is unlimited parking area and the crowd is always engaging and fun.