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Plumb Farm is a museum that teaches kids about animals, gardens, crafts, cooking and other things related to farms.
Plumb Farm was begun as a tree claim and later became a farm.
It is over 100 years old. Today it is one of the city museums. The farm offers many different classes and programs for children through out the year.

Here are pictures taken at Plumb Farm. (Click on the thumbnail to see a bigger picture. The picture will open in a new window, close that window to return to this page.)
Sign Farm House Front
This is the sign outside of Plumb Farm. This is the farmhouse.
South Side of House North side of the house
This is the south side of the house. This is the north side of the house.
back of house outdoor fireplace
This is the back of the house. This is an outdoor fireplace.
well site triangle
This is where the well once stood. Here is the triangle to call everyone to the house for mealtimes.
statue on grounds washbin
Here is a wood sculpture of pioneers that stands on the grounds of Plumb Farm. These were the things needed to wash clothes. There is the washbasin, washboard and the wringer.
garter snake the Plumbs
This is a garter snake that was found in one of the gardens. This is Ovid Plumb and his wife. They were part of the original settlers to Greeley.
About Ovid Plumb C.O.Plumb

Ovid Plumb built the first frame house in Greeley. That home was not where the Plumb Farm is today.

This is C.O. Plumb. He was the son of Ovid Plumb.
Isabelle Plumb CO and Isabelle Plumb Information

This is Isabella Plumb. She was married to C.O. Plumb.

This tells about CO and Isabella Plumb and their family.
CO Plumb The Farm House
Here is CO Plumb in his uniform. This tells about the farm house itself.
timber baby animals
This a a copy of the Timber Certificate. Baby Animals Day at Plumb Farm
Updated April 15, 2012 3:51 PM

 

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