Green Family Forge is on West St. The Green family worked as blacksmiths in town from the mid-18th- to the mid-20th century. The current building, built 1895-1900, now serves as a living-history museum with more than 1,500 artifacts representing several hundred years of blacksmith work. Visitors can watch demonstrations by the blacksmith.
Guided tours are available.
Trinity Experience passes available at the Visitor Centre on West Street. (Admission includes Hiscock House, Lester-Garland House, Mercantile Premises, Trinity Museum, Cooperage and Trinity Visitor Centre) $20; free (ages 0-6).
Hours: Daily 9:30-5, mid-May to mid-Oct. Blacksmith demonstrations are offered Mon.-Sat. Allow 30 minutes minimum.