Step back into the 1880s at Heritage Farm!
Heritage Farm brings visitors back in time to Schaumburg as it was in the 1880s - a rural German farm community. Help with seasonal chores, participate in family activities or simply visit the livestock and soak in the quiet.
School programs are available Tuesdays through Fridays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.. Teacher resources are available for farm programs.
Group program scholarship funding is available through the Spring Valley Nature Club. View the application here.
For more information, call 847-985-2100.
Volkening Heritage Farm School Program Brochure
- A Proper Home for Henrietta - After listening to a fun story about a chicken named Henrietta, little ones go on an adventure through the farm to meet the animals, learn how to identify them, and see the different ways they live. Children become more acquainted with each animal’s characteristics, what things they do on the farm, and ultimately gain a better understanding of farms and how each animal is important.
- Farms and Food - Let the sounds and smells of the working farm enhance the student’s understanding of farm chores, where food comes from and animal care. Through this program, students experience and actively learn about the relationships between agriculture and food, both historically and present day.
Please take the Heritage Farm program survey by clicking here.
For program descriptions and more information, click here.