Hallockville’s architecture spans the period from 1765 – 1938. The tour will take a moment to step back in history and consider what rural families experienced in building their homes, barns, and other structures. The Hallock Homestead and its outbuildings brought living and working on a traditional farm to life; The workrooms, laundry rooms, outhouse, and smoking shed were all a part of that experience. Today, our administrative offices reside in an 1838 home and the newest farmhouse is the Cichanowicz House which dates from the early 1900s. The Naugles Barn was built in 1938. Walking along Sound Avenue gives us a chance to see the variety of buildings and appreciate the authenticity of the Hallockville Museum Farm.
0$ for Hallockville Members, $10 for non-members