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Greenfield Village

From the Old Car Festival to the breathtaking Holiday Nights, Greenfield Village hosts events for every interest. And every day we have rich, immersive programming and activities to make the Village come alive.

Upcoming Special Events and Exhibits at Greenfield Village

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Member Appreciation Days

September 20-21, 2018

We set aside a few days to show our appreciation for the support we receive from our members in September. With free admission to the Ford Rouge Factory Tour, free admission to a Giant Screen experience movie and food and drink discounts to enjoy, we hope you’ll join us.

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Member Appreciation Days

September 20-21, 2018

We set aside a few days to show our appreciation for the support we receive from our members in September. With free admission to the Ford Rouge Factory Tour, free admission to a Giant Screen experience movie and food and drink discounts to enjoy, we hope you’ll join us.
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Fall Flavor Weekends

September 29-30 and October 6-7, 2018 | 9:30am-5pm

From field to fork, we share the stories of America’s rich food culture in the abundant season of autumn, a time of hard work and celebration.

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Fall Flavor Weekends

September 29-30 and October 6-7, 2018 | 9:30am-5pm

From field to fork, we share the stories of America’s rich food culture in the abundant season of autumn, a time of hard work and celebration.
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Farmers Market

Farmers Market

September 29 and October 6, 2018 (Saturdays) | 10am - 3pm

Take home your own private bounty when you visit Greenfield Village's annual open-air Farmers Market. You'll meet some of our favorite farmers and food suppliers. Enjoy local herbs, artisanal ointments, organic spices, heirloom seeds, handmade pastas, and much more.

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Farmers Market

September 29 and October 6, 2018 (Saturdays) | 10am - 3pm

Take home your own private bounty when you visit Greenfield Village's annual open-air Farmers Market. You'll meet some of our favorite farmers and food suppliers. Enjoy local herbs, artisanal ointments, organic spices, heirloom seeds, handmade pastas, and much more.
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PNC Tinkering for Tots

Second Monday of each Month (May - October) | 10am - noon

Imagine, create, iterate. Set little minds and hands in motion second Mondays, with playful learning and storytelling.

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PNC Tinkering for Tots

Second Monday of each Month (May - October) | 10am - noon

Imagine, create, iterate. Set little minds and hands in motion second Mondays, with playful learning and storytelling.
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Hallowe’en Fairy-Tale Feast

October 12-14, 18-21 and 25-28, 2018 | 5:30pm

Treat the littlest ghosts and ghouls to a horse-drawn hayride to A Taste of History Restaurant for a Hallowe'en-themed buffet. After dinner enjoy a costume parade down a shortened path through Hallowee'en in Greenfield Village.

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Hallowe’en Fairy-Tale Feast

October 12-14, 18-21 and 25-28, 2018 | 5:30pm

Treat the littlest ghosts and ghouls to a horse-drawn hayride to A Taste of History Restaurant for a Hallowe'en-themed buffet. After dinner enjoy a costume parade down a shortened path through Hallowee'en in Greenfield Village.
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Halloween in Greenfield Village Dinner

Hallowe'en Eagle Tavern Harvest Supper

October 12-13, 19-20 and 26-27, 2018 | 5:30pm and 8:00pm dining options

Join us for an evening of 19th-century Hallowe'en fun inside our famed Eagle Tavern. Visitors from the past will fill your evening with music and harvest games. Stroll down a path illuminated with hundreds of hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns and revel in the sights and sounds of Hallowe'en.

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Hallowe'en Eagle Tavern Harvest Supper

October 12-13, 19-20 and 26-27, 2018 | 5:30pm and 8:00pm dining options

Join us for an evening of 19th-century Hallowe'en fun inside our famed Eagle Tavern. Visitors from the past will fill your evening with music and harvest games. Stroll down a path illuminated with hundreds of hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns and revel in the sights and sounds of Hallowe'en.
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Things to Do Today at Greenfield Village

Cutting Tin

Tin Shop (9:30am-5pm)

Observe the Smiths at work. Lean about "poor mans silver" in an 1876-style shop.

Farm Work

Firestone Farm (9:30am - 5pm)

Time is a resource to use wisely. From laundry to baking, each day of the week had its own chore in 1885. See how farmers make the most of each season with their daily work.

Glass Blowing

Glass Shop, Liberty Craftworks Historic District (9:30am - 5pm)

Skilled artisan glassblowers demonstrate free-blown and mold-blown techniques used to create decorative and practical glassware.

Historic Cooking

Firestone Farm House, Working Farms Historic District (Mornings)

Get inspired in your own kitchen when you step inside our historic kitchens spanning diverse regions, people and times.

Learn About Making Flour

Loranger Gristmill, Liberty Craftworks Historic District (9:30am - 5pm)

Mill through the 1870s daily grind of corn and wheat and learn about the processing of American's most expensive crops.


Postmark

Phoenixville Post Office, Main Street Historic District (9:30am-5pm)

Send a vintage postcard at the Village Post Office with our own postmark and mail today's greeting in the sweet, slow way of the past.

Potter's Wheel

Pottery Shop (9:30am-5pm)

Look in on redware and stoneware pottery crafted by some of the true American artisans of Greenfield Village.

Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members.

Printing Press

Printing Office (9:30am-5pm)

See all the news that's fit to demonstrate about the printing press!

Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members.

Recording Sound

Menlo Park Laboratory, Edison At Work Historic District (9:30am-5pm)

An in-depth demonstration of the invention that made Thomas Edison famous…the phonograph. This is the technology that captured sound.

Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members.

Spinning Silk

Hank's Silk Mill, Liberty Craftworks Historic District (9:30am-5pm)

The story of the first silk mill in America is spun, along with the details of silk productions, from cocoon to cloth.

Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members.

Weaving

Weaving Shop (9:30am-5pm)

Demonstration of the artisan craft of weaving on a loom, textile technology still widely used.

Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members.

Wool Carding

Gunsolly Carding Mill, Liberty Craftworks Historic District (9:30am - 5pm)

Wool picking and carding are demonstrated using 1850s technology for turning fiber into thread.

Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members.

Lathe a Light

Armington & Sims Machine Shop, Liberty Craftworks Historic District (10am-4:30pm)

For the makers in the crowd, don your goggles and shape your own brass candlestick using a 1917 lathe. Ages 6 and older.

Engineering Firsts

Outside Bagley Avenue Workshop (11am & 2pm)

A replica of the very first engine that Henry Ford created in his kitchen sink in 1893, hums and thrums before your eyes. (weather permitting).

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