The rustic farmhouse, built in 1697, is what gives the historical Queens County Farm Museum its landmark status. The Queens County Farm Museum is a 47-acre, working historical farm in New York City, with a mission is to preserve, restore, and interpret the site, its history and owner's lifestyles. Through educational programs, events, and museum services, the Queens County Farm Museum educates the public as to the significance of Queens County's agricultural and horticultural past and heighten awareness of present-day sustainable agricultural and horticultural practices.
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General admission is free except on special-event days. Please view the calendar of events for a listing of paid admission dates. | All school class trips must be arranged through our Education Department - with fee.
The farm Museum is open daily year-round.
Monday - Friday you can stroll around the farm to see our fields, livestock, vineyard, and farm implements.
Free guided tours of the historic farmhouse on Saturdays & Sundays.
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Animal Feed may be purchased daily to feed sheep and goats.
April through October, hayrides are $2 per person (weather permitting).
The museum offers indoor and outdoor event spaces to accommodate children parties, private and corporate events. Commercial rental space is available for productions of all types: Film, Video, Photography.