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Washington Island Farm Museum

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Open today: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
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Interesting and educational for people of all ages!

My husband and I were traveling with a group of seniors and this was one of our stops with the... read more

Reviewed June 13, 2018
MaryannF650
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Clarksville, Tennessee
Very interesting!

One of the cherry train stops was this museum. Very interesting to see how early settlers lived... read more

Reviewed August 11, 2017
frmrtvlagt
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Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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1675 Jackson Harbor Rd, Washington Island, WI 54246-9045
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+1 920-847-2156
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Reviewed 1 week ago

For a "city-boy" this was a fascinating trip to view the farm equipment and get a much better appreciation of the tools, skills and hard work the farmers of past times had to endure to grow food. Worth your time, especially for the non-farm person.

Thank TKBurns
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There were lots of things to see here. You would spend an hour or less here, but lots of neet stuff. This is a very nice place for grade school age chidren, especially if grandpa was along.

Thank Allen_M_54
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I loved this place, the history is interesting, the animals....adorable! Perfectly preserved way of life, expertly represented....

Thank HTBMartin
Reviewed July 9, 2018

Very clean, well organized farm where you can view the equipment, buildings, and live animals such as goats and rabbits, Feed for them is for sale in dispensers, for a quarter, or you can pick a handful of grass for them. Check out the cabin...More

Thank UPwrite
Reviewed July 7, 2018

The farm has animals you can feed and a wide selection of buildings and machines for you to explore. The farm museum has something for every age.

Thank Nancy H
Reviewed June 13, 2018

My husband and I were traveling with a group of seniors and this was one of our stops with the Cherry Train. Dick was a wonderful historian, driver, sightseer. He provided us with a great history of the Farm Museum and made it very interesting....More

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Reviewed October 17, 2017

The farm was set up nicely with the barns, home and displays. There were goats and chickens you could feed. While it was nice to see, if I would have been driving, I probably wouldn't have stopped.

Thank Dawn S
Reviewed August 18, 2017

A reasonable amount of exhibits but most were not well-labeled. Liked the goat, the fancy chickens and the early settler cottage though.

Thank lost_in_SI
Reviewed August 11, 2017 via mobile

A lot of old farm equipment and a couple unusual chickens and goats, cows in the back. The highlight might've been a discarded still upstairs in one of the buildings.

Thank chloenierste
Reviewed August 11, 2017

One of the cherry train stops was this museum. Very interesting to see how early settlers lived. There is even a picture of the family on a shelf in the main cabin. Thoroughly enjoyed walking through the buildings and seeing the history.

Thank frmrtvlagt
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Kathryn C
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Response from UPwrite | Reviewed this property |
When we were there in July, the cabin where they lived was open. It is very small. If that's what you mean by 'the house", then the answer is yes.
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