Mountain HomePlace Farm
Mountain Homeplace Farm
445 Kentucky Rte 2275
Staffordsville, KY 41256
Phone: (606) 297-1850
The Mountain Homeplace is a living history museum located within Paintsville Lake State Park, in Staffordsville, Kentucky.
The museum is a re-creation of a mid-nineteenth-century farming community and includes a blacksmith shop, one-room schoolhouse, church, cabin, and barn with farm grounds.
Tour guides and park workers wearing traditional period attire demonstrate old skills and crafts such as forging horseshoes, quilting, and tending to farm animals. There is also a Welcome Center, consisting of the Museum of Appalachian History and a gift shop featuring regional arts and crafts. Wikipedia
The Mountain HomePlace is an 1850’s working farm featuring the McKenzie double-pen cabin, a one-room school, the Fishtrap United Baptist Church, the LeMaster blacksmith shop, and a barn with farm animals.
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