Howell Living History Farm

July 22, 2014

Howell Living History Farm barn

Howell Living History Farm is a working farm museum located in Mercer County, New Jersey, near the Delaware River. 

The farm shows visitors what farm life was like over 100 years ago. It is a simply wonderful place to take the whole family, and basic admission and parking are free! Some special programs may have a small fee.

There are evening hayrides, "bringing in the sheaves", corn mazes in the fall, wheat threshing, cricket walks, honey harvests and farm animals. Children may also work as farmhands!

The farm is open year-round, but please check the calendar because the farm is closed on certain days, especially on the days of evening hayrides.

If you plan to visit, the farm is technically located on Hunter Lane, Titusville, New Jersey.

The GPS address is 70 Woodens Lane, Lambertville, New Jersey.

Their website is found at Howell Living History Farm.

The is an excellent write-up of this farm on one of my favorite blogs, The History Girl.


Howell Living History Farm barn
Howell Living History Farm
Howell Living History Farm
Howell Living History Farm sheep
Howell Living History Farm
Howell Living History Farm wagon
Howell Living History Farm barn
Howell Living History Farm barn
Howell Living History Farm
Howell Living History farm
Howell Living History Farm
Howell Living History Farm

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Comments

  1. What a beautiful place. It looks like it was amazing to visit! Thank you for sharing it.

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  2. That's a really peaceful looking farm and great place for a relaxing getaway.

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  3. The living history farm is really cool.

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  4. Farm visits are fun. Great photos!

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  5. Fun! Sounds similar to our Old World Wisconsin. ☺
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  6. Amazing place. I always wanted to live in a farm with animals and my fave would be horses. Thanks for sharing) #WW

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    1. Yes, it is a great place to visit! Children love it.

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  7. What a fantastic place to visit and if I'm ever over that way I'll certainly have it on my list ;D
    Great photos too. It certainly looks hard work ploughing back then.
    Waving from a foggy Bonnie Scotland this morning.

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    1. It's a great place. I'm heard that Scotland is stunningly beautiful. I hope to visit there one day!

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  8. What a fab place it reminded me of Little House On The Prairie heheh!

    Have a tanfastic week ;-)

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    1. I loved Little House on the Prairie -- both the books and the TV show!

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  9. Nothing new there then, we have places like that in the UK but I have to say I do like seeing cart horses working like that, they are so powerfull

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    1. Oh, the UK is so beautiful and still so rural in many places. The horses were working hard here.

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  10. looks really cool & would love to visit!

    great that it is pretty much free too :)

    Thanks for stopping by :)

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  11. Very nice, I would love to spend a day or so there.

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  12. Beautiful shots - thanks for sharing! :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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