Our programs offer unique, affordable ways to explore 18th-century farm life in Rhode Island, whether you visit alone, as a group or as a family.
Learn about the roles of ordinary men, women and children during the founding years of our country. Explore 48 acres of woodland, fields and salt marsh. Take a lesson from the past in sustainable farming. Come prepared to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty!
Coggeshall Farm Museum is tucked away in a pristine corner of Bristol, Rhode Island, adjacent to Colt State Park.
Here is some information to help you plan your trip:
- Hours, Rates and Directions: We're a little bit off the beaten path! Take a moment to find us on the map.
- Group Tour Information: We offer tours, special events, educational opportunities and team building experiences for your family, school, business, organization or impromptu gathering of friends.
- Accessibility: Our farm is a rural site. Please check this page for seasonal information regarding accessibility and let us know if you need assistance.
- Policies and Guidelines: We are a working living history farm. These guidelines are for your safety and the wellbeing of our farm animals and property.
- Events and Workshops: Come to a festival, join a workshop or attend a special event. Members receive free admission during regular hours and discounts on special events and workshops.
- Explore Bristol: Once you've crossed the bridge, don't leave Bristol without exploring all that this beautiful, historic town has to offer!
- Discover Rhode Island: Visiting from out of state? Rhode Island may be the smallest state, but we have the most to offer!
- School Groups: Bring your classroom, homeschool or scouting group for one of our experiential education programs. Find out about our Sponsor a School program.
Thank you for considering a visit to Coggeshall Farm Museum. We look forward to meeting you!