You must look at their website to see the extent of the line-up of events they have going on year-round to better enjoy your visit. We attended during a Sheep Day event that no longer exists but I could see how well organized they were. On a normal visit, you can hop on and off of a tractor ride. It's a good thing since the 30 buildings are spread all over the huge site. Among our favourites were: the old school (where a teacher in long skirt made us write with a grey stone on a black slate); the Dairy Industry Display (where my little farmers "drove" a dairy delivery truck and felt the suction of a milk pump), the Steam Power building (where they observed the workings of a steam machine) and the All About Apples barn (where they peeled and pressed apples the old way). Since our last visit, they've added two cute miniature horses and a popular kids' playfarm. They also feature two fantastic events for the whole family: a Country Renaissance Festival and a Pirate Festival, with plenty of action and a large costumed cast.