Agricultural History Project Center and Museum
2601 East Lake Avenue, Hwy 152
Watsonville, CA 95076 United States
Bring your friends, family and neighbors and come on out to enjoy good old-fashioned activities such as spinning of wool, cheese making, wooden cow milking and ice cream making! You can even drive a tractor and go on a hayride. Did we mention the animals? Miniature horses, donkeys, goats, sheep and even a llama are all part of this special day. This action-packed day is admission free, and donations are gladly accepted. It’s fun for the whole family! Activities include: Farm Animals to see and pet, Ice cream making the old-fashioned way, Butter churning,
Fresh cheese making, Rope making, Hay wagon rides with tractors, Hay rides behind draft horses, Wooden cow milking Hay cutting from real oats, wheat and barley, Kids (real) tractor driving, Stilt Walking, Pony Rides, Puppet Show and Old-fashioned hoops.
Every month we produce a 2nd Saturday on the Farm, a family event that focuses on a particular area of agriculture. Visitors can participate in the regular activities of the Ag History Project plus others related to the day’s special focus. We have created some unique interactive educational activities to help you have fun learning about past agricultural practices. Facilities are handicapped accessible.