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Baby Calf!
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Open Tuesday
thru Sunday
9am - 4pm

Closed all major holidays

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The Victorian
Brick House

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Harvest Festival and
Vintage Baseball Game

September 6, 2014
10am - 4pm

Timberlane Farm Museum is hosting Harvest Festival and Vintage Baseball Game. Come watch historic demonstrations of spinning, weaving, blacksmithing, timber framing, and more. Many children’s activities including stick horse races, butter making, sheering the sheep, milking the cow, corn husk doll making and others will be available for the young and young at heart.

The Vintage Baseball Game, featuring the Central City Stars vs. the Denver Blue Stockings, will start at 1pm on our field. 1800’s rules and attire will be the order of the day in this historic and fun game that is sponsored by the Loveland Historic Preservation Commission.

Music, storytelling, tours of the two historic homes, animals, food, gift shop, and fresh vegetables from our garden will round-out the event.

Admission is $5 for adults (16+), $2 for children 5 to 15, with children 4 and under free!

For more information, please call 970-646-2875.

Celebrate @ Timberlane Farm

Have your next event at
Timberlane Farm Museum!

Timberlane Farm Museum is available for birthdays, reunions, graduation parties, family events and more!

Please call 970-646-2875 for more information.

Timberlane Farm

Timberlane Farm Museum is a working farm museum which preserves the rich farming heritage and family life of the Big Thompson Valley beginning in 1860.

Included in the experience are two beautifully restored and historically furnished homes, outbuildings, barn, and live farm animals. Unique living history events and historic demonstrations take place several times throughout the year.

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