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Duckling Day

Saturday, June 1 | 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Meet our newest feathered friends!

Join us for Duckling Day, coming up on Saturday, June 1! Meet our newest feathered friends in the Historic Village, enjoy a free piece of Duckling Day Cake (available while supplies list), compete in an egg race on the Village Square, and more! 

All Duckling Day programming is included in the cost of general Museum admission. 

Meet our Cayuga ducklings!

Make your way out to Jones Farmhouse to meet our newest feathered friends – a flock of Cayuga Ducklings! As they grow,  this heirloom duck variety will make a home at the historic farmstead. Plus, you’ll find Sliver Spangled Hamburg chicks on the Early Settlement! Chat with our historic farmers about their care and personalities, and see the newest additions to the farmyard frolicking. 

Cake and Donations

Enjoy a piece of Duckling Day cake served out of Jones Farmhouse (supplies are limited to the first 100 visitors)! 

Plus, if you feel so inclined, bring a small gift for our friends on the farm yard to help us kick off the summer season. Donations we’ll be gathering in the Admissions Tunnel include:

  • Bird Seed (generic wild birdseed or sunflower for our wild feathered friends at the Nature Center – unopened, please)
  • Gift Cards to Tractor Supply (any amount helps our farmyard friends!)

 

Thank you to The Cake Place for donating our Duckling Day cake!

Feathered fun!

After you meet our new feathered friends in the Historic Village, explore the Early Settlement to meet a variety of other farmyard animals, compete against your friends and family in an egg run on the Village Square (1 p.m.), shop chicken and duck-themed merchandise in the Flint Hill Store, see which historic recipes are utilizing farm fresh eggs in our historic kitchens, and more! 

Ticket Information

 

Museum Members: FREE

Adults: $16
 
Seniors (62+): $15
 
Students (13 – 18): $15
 
Youth (3 – 12): $10 
 
Children under 3: FREE 

FAQs

Is there ample parking?

Parking is free and plentiful! Park in any of the main lots at the front of the Museum. Please leave the first two bays available for handicapped parking. 

Where do I check in?

Check-in will be through the Admissions tunnel at the front of the Museum.

How do I show my purchased tickets?

Please have your ticket(s) either printed out OR pulled up on your phone screen and ready for scanning for quick and easy check-in. Pro-tip: take a screenshot of each of your tickets to have ready and pulled up on your phone screen! Please note: Wifi can sometimes be spotty at the front of the Museum. 

is this event rain or shine?

Yes! This event is rain or shine. The Museum will only cancel in case of a severe weather emergency.

How should I dress?

Please dress for the predicted weather conditions and wear comfortable footwear for walking. Paths through the Historic Village are made of crushed gravel or bricks and can be uneven. 

Are service animals welcome?

Yes! Leashed service animals are welcome with proper identification.

Will the Flint Hill Gift Shop be open?

Yes! The Flint Hill Gift Shop will be open from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Peruse village-made goods, GCV&M apparel, and so much more! 

What if I need a refund for my ticket?

We’re sorry to hear that you’re not able to attend! Tickets may be refunded only up to 7 days prior to the event date and are strictly non-transferable by date, entry time, or program. 

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