Here, we can interact with heritage animals - pigs, sheep, chickens, and cattle. Here, view a reproduction of a slave house. Here, we find a rebuilt 16-sided barn, built to George Washington's expectations.
The barn is unique and industrious, built for a specific purpose - the threshing of wheat. Piles of raw wheat sit in the shed nearby, ready to be spread in the upper story of the nearly-round barn. Horses are then introduced to the upper room, where they thresh the grain by running around in a circle. The important, usable parts of the grain drop through the exactly-calculated cracks in the floor, while the rest remains. Some of the pictures below show the barn before the process begins.