Off Season

We are currently off regular tour season and unless there is a special event the Farm Museum and Dewey School are closed until early June.

Farm Museum Weekend Tours

Summer Hours

Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays

June 3rd through August 28th, 2016 1pm - 5pm

Waterloo Farm Museum provides guided tours of the ten-room farmhouse, log cabin, barns, blacksmith and woodworking workshop, bake house, ice house, milk cellar, and windmill. These tours are lead by knowledgeable guides in period dress. The gift shop will also be open at this time as well, to browse and purchase books, crafts, toys, collectables and clothing.

Museum tour fees are $5 for adults and $2 for children aged 5-12. There is no museum tour fee for children under 5 and members of the Waterloo Area Historical Society. Bus tours and private tours are the same pricing, $5 per person.

Please plan on arriving by 4:15pm to allow enough time for a tour prior to the Farm Museum closing for the day.

Antique Tractor and Equipment Show

Saturday, August 13th 10am - 5pm 

Sunday, August 14th Noon - 5pm

There will be Vendors and Demonstrators on the grounds along with all the great tractors and other machinery to experience. Please stay tuned for more details.

The 1850s ten room farm house will be open for tours for a small fee of $3.00 a person. Concessions will be available on the grounds. There will also be assorted vendors and demonstrators. Wagon rides will be available.

Christmas on the Farm

Saturday, December 3rd, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Sunday, December 4th, Noon - 4 p.m.

This re-creation of the  holiday's traditions will include tours of the ten-room farmhouse, the  authentic log house, eight outbuildings, and the one-room Dewey School. Hand-crafted  greens, home-made baked goods, and gift items will be available for  purchase. Free refreshments and live music will be among the offerings for this homespun weekend.  Please join us!!
 

Annual Meeting

Sunday May 15th

The WAHS annual meeting and fellowship will be held on Sunday, May 15 at the Waterloo Farm Museum outside the Hannewald Barn. The potluck luncheon will begin a 1pm followed by the meeting at 2pm.
Mark Twain is stopping by at 3 pm to entertain themembers and guests.

If a member would like to bring a dish to pass please send an e-mail to: ranger14b@comcast.net or if there are any questions please call Cheryl @517-764-7704

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