Step onto a working 1860s farm established by Oliver H. Kelley, founder of the first successful national farming organization, the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, better known as the Grange. At the farm, the whole family can meet farm animals and participate in a wide variety of activities that follow the farming cycle and change with the season. Interact with costumed farmhands as they work in the house, barn, kitchen, garden and fields. Nature trails wind along the Mississippi River and through woodlands and restored prairie. The Oliver H. Kelley Farm is a National Historic Landmark and is one of 26 historic sites and museums operated by the Minnesota Historical Society.