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This is a wonderful place to visit. It’s a working homestead. They have a garden and livestock. We had a great discussion with the woman that worked on the farm.
Don’t miss this, when visiting LBJ Ranch..
My husband and I visited the Sauer-Beckmann living history farm on a Saturday. This was not our first visit. There is a barn, nice old style fences, old house, windmill, garden and farm animals. The people working at farm were very interesting to hear. The...More
My brother and I were eager to check out LBJ ranch and the living farm. Did not disappoint ! It was fascinating to see how people lived with no electricity. Our guide, Mark, did a great job taking us through the rooms and house, explaining...More
On a non-busy day we visited. Everything is a living history...from the food that is prepared to the methods required to make the food from the animals on site. Beautiful grounds, animals and trees. Must be great during growing season. We saw a sign and...More
One of those places I've always wanted to go, but never made time for. Glad we did today. It reminded me of my grandparents farm that I had such good memories of as a child. I enjoyed walking the house, barn, chicken coop and out...More
Our kids loved this living history museum. Lots of cool farm animals that you could get close to. There was also a small garden. The "farmers" were cooking and answered lots of people's questions about life as it used to be. They were making cheese....More
As part of the State Park this was a great living museum. Period dressed "farmers" on hand living as they did before modern amenities. Several areas, black smith, stable, root cellar and more. Livestock on hand, too. It was such a nice day too.
This farm offers a unique way of traveling back in time! You actually witness first hand how life existed on a farm! The volunteers are well informed, dressed to the period of that time, and enthusiastic about their way of life! You can see how...More