Free Farm Fun at Coggeshall Farm Museum

Posted 6/9/22

Get outside this summer to explore more than forty acres of scenic salt marsh and hear stories of eighteenth century daily farm life. Every Friday from June 17 to September 2, 2022, Coggeshall Farm …

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Free Farm Fun at Coggeshall Farm Museum

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Get outside this summer to explore more than forty acres of scenic salt marsh and hear stories of eighteenth century daily farm life. Every Friday from June 17 to September 2, 2022, Coggeshall Farm Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island is offering free standard daytime admission for residents of specific communities on certain dates.

Spend the day visiting with sheep, chickens, and pigs! Stroll through the beautiful fields and see how the garden is growing. Watch a blacksmith demonstration or try your hand at a historical skill or crafts. Bring the entire family and play a game of hoop trundling or fly a kite in the ocean breeze.

Find your town at www.coggeshallfarm.org/free. Free Town Fridays at Coggeshall kicks off with welcoming residents of Bristol and Warren on Friday, June 17. Pre-registration online is strongly encouraged for Free Town Fridays and all adults in the party must present proof of residency (such as a valid photo ID or utility bill) upon arrival at the Ticket Booth.

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