Louise Osborn Gardels cutting the ribbon at the 2007 opening ceremony. Louise is the great-grandaughter of W.B. Osborn.

About Us

Preserving the farming heritage and family life of the Big Thompson Valley beginning in the 1880’s, Timberlane Farm Museum opened in 2007.  Located in the heart of Loveland, Timberlane Farm Museum is a 501c3 nonprofit and a treasure to the city as it was one of the very first homesteads in the area. There are two historic homes, out buildings, gardens, and yards. The farm has been beautifully restored and is a must see for the whole family!

 

Several events are held each year where guests can observe historic demonstrations such as spinning, weaving, blacksmithing, wood working and more.  Timberlane Farm Museum also hosts many other fun activities such as Barnyard Stories for preschoolers, History Time Traveler Camp for school age children, animal clinics, and others.

The homes and grounds are available for rental for weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, teas, parties, reunions, graduations,photo sessions and more.  More information is available by calling or emailing the museum. 

Having a strong community presence is important.  We team up with other local non-profits to help each other make a difference.  Every year TFM donates hundreds of pounds of, naturally grown, fresh produce to those in need.

 

We have a very small team of employees and therefore we greatly appreciate our volunteers, who play a big role in making our farm and its events a success.  Even a little help goes a long way. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a volunteer

 

Make sure to like us on Facebook and check our website regularly to keep up with what is happening on the farm!

Scott and his young apprentice in the blacksmith shop.

 

 

Our gardens are grown without the use of pesticides and herbicides. We only use organic and heirloom seeds when starting our plants.

Over 100lbs of produce that went straight from the garden to The House of Neighborly Services.

 

 

Stephanie demonstrating how to spin sheeps wool into yarn.

 

 

Dean pulling our  wagon in the 2015 Corn Roast Parade.

 

 

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