Now open through Sunday, October 31
Discover the wonders of fall’s most famous fruit! Visit The Farm to learn about the natural history of pumpkins and their kin, how their grown, and how nutritious they are. Plus, enjoy the gardens, hands-on activities and live farm animals that help tell the story of agriculture in the Piedmont. Each visitor gets to enjoy picking a pumpkin of their own to take home.
Enjoy "picking" a pumpkin to take home from the Pumpkin Patch! The Pumpkin Patch is presented by First Horizon!
The Farm will be decked out for the fall for this festive celebration of the pumpkin!
Monday - Saturday 10 AM - 4 PM
Sunday 1 - 4 PM
Pumpkin Patch Program Times
Please note that the times/availability of The Pumpkin Patch Programs will be shown when you click Purchase Tickets.
TICKETS / PRICING
- Schiele Members: $5 per person, ages 1+
- Non-Members: $7 per person, ages 1+
These fees help to off-set the costs for museum operations from caring for the live-animals, program materials, and staff. Fee includes admission to Pumpkin Patch program, pumpkin, and access to the Farm. Ticket purchase does not include admission to visit indoor museum exhibits.
We appreciate your support through your participation!
Join The Schiele Museum throughout 2021 for our Primitive Skills workshop series.
Discover the history of our human ancestors and learn some of the skills that have helped them survive
and grow culturally.
Gourd Working - Postponed
Typical Registration Fees
Schiele Members: $75 per person
Non-Members: $85 per person
March 27, 2021
The controlled use of fire is one of the most significant technological advances in human evolution. Wherever humans are found, fire is found alongside them. From providing warmth, to purifying water and cooking food, fire has been a tool of humankind for millions of years.
In this workshop, participants:
* Learned how to select wood and tinder,
* Procured materials for various fire starting methods,
* Learned the basics of friction fire-making methods including bow drill, hand drill, flint and steel, and more.
* Constructed their own complete fire making kit to take home.
Tattoos have a long and culturally-rich history throughout the world. Participants in this workshop will explore primitive tattoos worldwide, from the oldest tattoos found on the Ötzi the Iceman to the Coastal Indians of North Carolina. Participants will discuss different styles and motifs; make primitive tattooing tools, inks, and pigments; and practice tattooing on non-human skin.
July 31-August 1
Stone tools have been used by humans for millions of years. Discover the history of stone
Participants in this workshop will learn the uses and manufacturing processes for making gourd implements such as containers, instruments, ornaments, and various other items used every day in prehistoric lifestyles.