Waterloo Farm Museum
Looking for a vivid glance into 19th century pioneer life? The Waterloo Farm Museum has just the thing. The museum features farm buildings nestled in the curve of a scenic rural road. Highlights include a farmhouse built in 1850s, a rare restored wooden Perkins windmill, a log house with stone fireplace, a woodworking and blacksmith’s workshop with working forge, the granary which now serves as a gift shop, and many other buildings that supported 1880s farm life. The Dewey School Museum, located three miles north of the Farm, is a one-room schoolhouse that was built in the mid-1800s and held classes until 1956.
Blacksmith, Soldiers and Log Cabin Weekend
June 26-27, 10am to 5pm (both days)
Antique Truck, Tractor and Farm Equipment Show
August 14th and 15th 2021, 10am to 5pm
October 10, 10am to 5pm
Christmas on the Farm
December 4-5, 10am to 4pm (both days)
Regarding COVID-19 guidelines for Michigan
Social distancing will be in place whenever possible. Masks are not required outdoors per MI recommendation. Masks are still required indoors for all non-vaccinated individuals.
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