The Frontier Culture Museum is not an ordinary museum, with artifacts on display in a brick-and-mortar building. Instead, it is s a “Living History Museum” covering 200 acres in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. It tells the story of the thousands of people who migrated to colonial America -- or who were enslaved and brought against their will -- and of the life they created here for themselves and their descendants.
They have actual farms and homes from Africa and Europe which they have relocated to the grounds of the museum so that visitors can see how people from around the world contributed to the success of the colonies and then the United States.
Their website is HERE.
Below: A n English farm from the 1600s. This farm shows what life was like in a yeoman farmer household in England's West Midland's in during the 1600s.
By Emily Dickinson:
The Products of my Farm are these
Sufficient for my Own
And here and there a Benefit
Unto a Neighbor's Bin.
With Us, 'tis Harvest all the Year
For when the Frosts begin
We just reverse the Zodiac
And fetch the Acres in.