Tour a piece of history and imagine yourself living in the mid-1800s. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Fletcher Coffman Homestead is truly a time machine. Furnished with the original Coffman family furniture and constructed in the early 1860s, visitors are able to step back in time and experience the lifestyle and tastes of a middle-class farm family in the 1860s. Stroll along the volunteer kept vegetable garden and view the two apple trees that started as sprigs cut from a tree planted by Johnny Appleseed. Don't forget to visit the one-room schoolhouse where visitors can sit on benches, write on slate with chalk and view textbooks and toys of the 1800s and early 1900s.
Step into Dublin's history at monthly open houses starting in May.
Open houses take place from 1p-3p on the following dates:
May 7, June 11, July 9, August 13
$5 per person.