Step back in a time when the roosters’ crow and the rising sun, not an alarm clock, welcomed a new day! The Living History Farm comes to life with staff interpreting day-to-day life on a rural Florida farm. Sample biscuits, fresh butter and a slice of life from 1870! The heritage breed farm animals are fed twice daily around 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. Morningside’s Living History Farm is a ten-acre re-creation of a single-family rural holding in the year 1870. The Farm centers on the McCarroll’s, an Alachua County Irish immigrant family who built the oldest of the structures: Hogan’s Cabin. The farm includes the 1840’s cabin, 1900’s board and batten kitchen, 1880’s twin-crib barn, Half-Moon one-room school house, reproduction out-buildings, heirloom garden and field crop areas and live heritage breed farm animals. You can step into the life of an 1870’s family during special events and programs.