Wellington Farm USA, a Michigan Historic Site
Wellington Farm, USA is a 60-acre open-air interpretive museum designed to provide an educational opportunity for visitors to experience life as it was in rural mid-America during The Great Depression. Through a series of displays, a wide variety of exhibits, and beautiful natural settings, the park provides a variety of educational, recreational, and cultural opportunities for visitors to Northern Michigan.
Our unique museum honors our heritage by providing visitors and students with the opportunity to experience history firsthand. The park includes a Visitor's Center, Blacksmith Shop, Grist Mill, Sawmill, Carpenter's Shop, Machine Shed, Farmer's Market, Farm Animal Barnyard, Summer Kitchen, and the historic Stittsville Church.
All of our buildings are fully functional and in complete operation through performances by volunteers specializing in historical and dramatic interpretation. A pavilion, petting farm, and nature trails complete the park's beautiful natural setting in Northern Michigan; approximately 8 miles south of Grayling
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