Entering Greenfield Village is like stepping into an 80-acre time machine. It takes you back to the sights, sounds and sensations of America’s past.
There are 83 authentic, historic structures, from Noah Webster’s home, where he wrote the first American dictionary; to Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory; to the courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law.
The buildings and the things to see are only the beginning. In Greenfield Village, you can ride in a genuine Model T or “pull” glass with world-class artisans; you can watch 1867 baseball or ride a train with a 19th-century steam engine.
It’s a place where you can choose your lunch from a1850s menu or spend a quiet moment pondering the home and workshop where the Wright brothers invented the airplane.
Greenfield Village is a celebration of people — people whose unbridled optimism came to define modern-day America.