There’s An Antique Farm In Rhode Island Where Time Stands Still

Where can you find a historic farm in Rhode Island still operating as if it was the 18th century? Nowhere else but at Coggeshall Farm Museum, a living history museum in Bristol. Coggeshall Farm is a time capsule that lets you step back in time. Everything they do, they do with the authentic tools and materials that were used in the 1790’s, from sheep shearing to harvesting to broom making.

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Visit Coggeshall Farm Museum at 1 Colt Drive, Bristol. They are re-opening for maple sugaring February 20th through the 25th, and on weekends in March. Maple sugaring is extremely weather dependent, so check their Facebook page for updates