Climb inside our Sperry-New Holland Combine.
View our model train layout, which features a collection of historic Lionel buildings.
Watch our artisans shape glass into everything from bowls to candycanes.
Watch our artisans shape clay into everything from bowls to platters to Christmas ornaments.
Come see traditional weaving being demonstrated by our talented artisans.
Visit the colonial farmhouse of Samuel Daggett and learn how the family worked together to preserve food for the long winter ahead while they prepared wool for dyeing and weaving.
1885 daily chore schedule.On Saturdays, bread is baked all day.
Water-Powered, the mill converted whole corn and wheat into readily useable products.
Climb aboard and try your hand at driving this classic 600-ton locomotive!
Grab a wrench and help build one of the cars that made Henry famous.
Driving America.(Behind Lamy's Diner)
Assemble wooden Model Ts "on the line".
Look for icons and other hidden treasures located throughout the museum to make an impression rubbing to take home.
Heroes of the Sky.
Sponsored by Delta Airlines.
20th-Century America Activity Area. Test your skill at building with Lincoln Logs, Tinkertoys and Legos.
Discover the excitement of when the human voice was first recorded. Demonstrated periodically daily.
Representing 1880’s Printing Offices. Guests are recruited to sort type and help run the press.
Stop in and purchase a unique reproduction historic postcard. You can even buy a stamp and drop off your mail, which will receive the special Greenfield Village postmark.
Candlestick making. Adults and children 6 and older can operate a 1917 lathe to make a brass candle-holder to take home. $5
Hands-on, 30-Minute Workshops. Work with glassblowers to create your own glass flower. $35 includes instructions, production and shipping. Tickets available at Liberty Craftworks Store.
(Must be 14 years or older)
Picks up & drops off guests at designated stops throughout Greenfield Village. 50 Cents
Our teams of horses do the driving as they shuttle you to various Village locations.
Take a ride in the car of the 20th century - the Model T.
Enjoy the timeless sights and sounds of our ornately carved 1913 Herschell-Spillman Carousel.
Ride a train pulled by one of our historic steam or diesel locomotives.