Meadow Farm Museum


Global Arts and Culture campers visited Meadow Farm Museum to see how children lived in the 1800’s on a farm. This living museum located near I95 and I250 in Richmond, VA is a convenient and free stopover for families traveling on vacation. Along with the museum the park features a first class playground with picnic shelters.

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Meadow Farm Museum, an 1860 living history farm site and museum, presents programs and exhibits on the culture of the rural South. Costumed interpreters provide insight into the lives of Dr. John Mosby Sheppard, the owner of Meadow Farm, and his family. On selected weekends, they demonstrate seasonal activities in the farmhouse, barn, doctor’s office, blacksmith forge, kitchen, fields, and pastures.


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