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The Victorian
Brick House

Regular
Museum Hours

Open Tuesday
thru Sunday
9am - 4pm

Closed all major holidays

Additional hours
available by
appointment

Please call
the office at
970-646-2875
for
larger groups.



Baby Calf!

Sheep!

Welcome to Timberlane Farm


Vendors Wanted for Fall Harvest

Vendors who wish to set up a booth at the Fall Harvest event, click here to obtain a printable application.

Art at the Farm - Painting Workshop

September 23, 2015  -  10:30am to 3:30pm

Click on the links below for more information and also to register:

 •  Workshop Flyer

 •  Painting Supplies List

 •  Registration Form

Victorian Tea

Enjoy a delicious Victorian Tea
in the historic setting of our
beautiful 1880ís brick home!


Teas are now being offered for
groups of 6 to 14 at Timberlane
Farm Museum. Scones, tea
sandwiches, elegant desserts,
and tea will be served by hostesses
in period clothing. Included is a tour
of Timberlane Farm Museum or a
program on the history of the farm.

Cost is $20 per person.

For more information or to schedule a tea, please call
970-646-2875.

Celebrate at 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.



Please at Timberlane Farm Museum.


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for enlarged views.
Tour Guide

Chickens!

Farm Fresh Eggs
at
Timberlane Farm



Eggs for sale:
$4 per dozen



Cows!

Pigs!
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