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Living History Farms Standard Wheelchair rental

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Living History Farms Power chair rental

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Living History Farms Knee Scooter with Basket rental

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Living History Farms Moped Scooter rental

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Living History Farms Cooler (28 or 50-quart) rental

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About Living History Farms

Living History Farms

Des Moines

Living History Farms is a 500-acre open-air museum located in Urbandale, Iowa, United States. The museum's mission is to educate visitors and demonstrate the past 300 years of Iowa's agricultural history. As its name implies, the museum follows the methodology of living history in depicting the lives of people living on farms in the years of 1700, 1850, and 1900, engaging in various agricultural activities. Dr. William G. Murray, an agricultural economist from Iowa State University and two-time gubernatorial candidate, founded the organization, which opened to the public in 1970. Dr. Murray's passion was not to have a museum where people viewed things under glass, but rather a place where history was lived. The museum is divided by Interstate 35/80 and a tractor-drawn cart transports visitors from the town to the west side of the museum. After visiting the 1700 Ioway Farm, 1850 Farm, 1900 Farm, and Wallace Exhibit Center, visitors return to the east side of the interstate. The 1875 town of Walnut Hill features multiple structures, including the Martin and Ellen Flynn Home and barn, both original to the site. Wikipedia

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