Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum

4320 East County Road 58
Fort Collins, CO 80524


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The Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum is the historic preservation of an original homestead founded at the start of development of Northern Colorado. It as been maintained as an active family farm since 1894 and is designated a "Centennial Farm" by the State of Colorado Department of Agriculture and the Colorado Historical Society. In 2002, the farm was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

140 acres of the original 160 acre farm has been placed in a conservation easement and sold to Colorado State University. 10 acres has been retained for the museum site. The historic farm facility is operated as a non-profit enterprise providing an educational resource for the region to document and celebrate the agricultural history of Larimer County and Northern Colorado. The Farm Museum invites visitors to tour the farm and participate in planned activities surrounding the farm's history and family heritage. Thousand of artifacts including farming equipment, cars, wagons, living necessities, letters, diaries, pictures and the homesteads themselves have been organized and preserved dating back to 1894.

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