The year is 1800. A thirty-mile trip takes a day or more. John Adams is President, but most folks in the Blue Ridge have never seen or heard him speak. There’s always water to carry, food to process, and wood to chop.

Immerse your senses in 1800 rural Blue Ridge life at the BRIM’s Blue Ridge Farm Museum, a re-created Virginia-German farmstead. Join our costumed interpreters in a host of household and farm chores, including preparing meals over the open hearth, driving oxen, blacksmithing, and tending heirloom gardens and historic breeds of animals.

Group Tours are available by reservation April through November.
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