Visit GLIDDEN HOMESTEAD!
Join Us for 2016: "Digging Up the Past"
Regular hours: 2nd & 4th Sundays, Noon-4 p.m., June-October,
with special events in May and November.
Also open Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
And by special arrangement.
Call or email for details.
Admission is $4 per adult and free for children younger than 14.
of the archaeological excavation of the 1870s brick barn where Joseph Glidden invented barbed wire, will talk about the dig, show the site, and answer questions. Fun activities for kids to learn about archaeology will be included that day.
August 13, 2016 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
The DeKalb County Barn Tour is a one-day driving tour of barn sites within DeKalb County hosted by the JF Glidden Homestead & Historical Center and the DeKalb Area Agricultural Heritage Association.
Participants will receive a map Guide Book containing hand-drawn sketches of each barn and the barn’s history, style, and use. Participants drive to each location in any order for a tour of the barn(s), including many interiors. Purchase your event ticket at any of the eight locations. Be aware that this is an outdoor activity that may involve walking on uneven ground.
Admission is $25 per vehicle (buses extra) (Museum members receive a 25% discount). Bus groups are welcome. For more details contact us at (815) 756-7904 or email@example.com.
Advance tickets will be available at https://dekalbcountybarntour.yapsody.com. During the event, August 13, 2016, tickets may be purchased at any location.
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Click here for the 2016 Barn Tour brochure.
2016 Arts at the Barn vendor forms are available HERE.
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