Considering that COVID-19 delayed our opening until July, and guidelines limited our ability to have many of our traditional member and special events, we had a remarkable season. We had 10,952 individuals visit The Farmers’ Museum throughout the 2020 season and 1,877 visitors under the age of 7. We welcomed 1,717 members to The Farm. Our programs brought in 1,234 attendees, and our special events brought in 1,061 visitors. Total visitation for the 2020 season was 16,841 people.
Volunteers at Fenimore Art Museum generously donated their time and talents to make our programs and events a success. Thank you!
Total number of volunteers in 2020 – 114 Volunteers
Total number of volunteer hours in 2020 – 1,657.5 Hours
The Farmers’ Museum
December 31, 2020
Cash and Cash Equivalents $7,530,498
Contributions Receivable $110,625
Prepaid Expenses and Other Assets $12,811
Land, Buildings and Equipment, Net $2,359,727
Total Assets $74,921,168
Liabilities and Net Assets
Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses $99,478
Payable to Fenimore Art Museum $94,043
Deferred Revenue $249,798
Total Liabilities $443,319
Museum collections –
Without donor restrictions $65,502,244
With donor restrictions $8,975,605
Total Net Assets $74,477,849
Total Liabilities and Net Assets $74,921,168
The Farmers’ Museum is a private, nongovernmental, nonprofit educational organization that is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a 501(c)(3). Gifts to The Farmers’ Museum are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law. For more information, The Farmers’ Museum’s IRS form 990 can be viewed at guidestar.org.