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Agricultural History Farm Park

18400 Muncaster Road
301-948-5053

Situated along Rock Creek in Derwood, Maryland, the Agricultural History Farm Park is a 455-acre complex with a historic farm site and a modern farming activity center. The Park offers visitors a unique perspective on the County's rich farming heritage.

The historic area takes visitors back to a typical early 20th century Montgomery County farm. This area includes the original farmhouse, bank barn and several outbuildings. Today's Montgomery County farming is supported by several federal, state and county agencies with offices in the Activity Center. These agencies assist the County's extensive farming community to increase agricultural production and conserve farmland for future generations. 



Reviews

MShorn Billings

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Great place for the family. It's a free place to visit. Lots of events there. There are chickens, farming, gardens, classes, paths, and historical info.

Maureen Burgy

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Monday, June 25, 2018
Great for kids to explore nature/old farmland. Very quiet and rarely many people around. Kids can see sheep, pig and chickens. Full sun other than chicken coop and hay play which usually shaded. Lots of tables to picnic lunch. Lots of airplanes overhead from Moco airport. Porta potty for use. Big Dahlia (I think) garden back by Moco ag buildings that blooms late summer. Park by red farm for animals.

Michael Marks

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Sunday, April 8, 2018
Fun time playing with the animals, seeing the tractors and watching them cut boards from logs. Beautiful place.

Brooks B

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Saturday, June 9, 2018
The old farm house is amazing and the kids love all the animals!

Annie Shaw

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Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018
Delightful place that was new to me. While I attended a conference there, I didn't take the time to explore the gardens or the adjacent buildings. But, I plan to return.

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