See what it was like to live on the farm at the Spring opening of Family Day at the Orange Johnson House on Sunday April 22, 2018. From 2-5 pm, you can visit with goats, lambs, chickens, ducks, turkeys and rabbits and see what living was like back then. There will be lots of fun activities and kids will love this unique learning experience.
The Worthington Historical Society has invited “Bring the Farm to You” so you can see and touch the animals that provided the Johnson family food and farming in the nineteenth century.
Admission on the Opening Sunday will include a visit with the animals, a visit inside the Orange Johnson House where stations will be set up for kids with hands-on activities, and face painting. Visual exhibits focus on life in Log Houses and farming in early Worthington. In our lower level young visitors can try their hands building log houses and barns with Lincoln Logs, fill the barn with animals the Johnsons might have had on their farm, try on pioneer outfits, reading books about pioneer lifestyles, and making quilt patterns with magnetic quilt piecing kits.
Admission: Adults, $5; Children 6 -16, $3; Members Free
956 High Street, Worthington