Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum

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About Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum

Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum offers a one of a kind learning experience as you journey through time and learn about the history of irrigation and lamb feeding, with lots of activities for the children to get involved in. 

There are lots of farm buildings and displays along the tour, so make sure to take time to enjoy the gardens and displays of the original farm equipment! The interpretive centre has large farm equipment, shop area and is the main entrance to the museum. You'll also see the milk barn which was the farm's first building to be equipped with electricity!

There is a chicken house, cow sheds and a migrant worker house to explore too. Discover the wagon shed, metal and wood granary and the loading shed which provided shelter for the animals once upon a time too. 

In the milk barn you'll learn about the evolution of dairing from hand milking to modern methods and view the equipment used from milk cans. Children will get to milk a wooden cow and gather eggs from the boxes on the outside of the chicken house. You can also grind corn that is fed to the animals too! 

Listen to the stories about the challenges of raising chickens and get to know farming methods through hands on exhibits! 

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Adults $8.00

Children $4.00

Free Under 3 years

Last Update 2023

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Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum?

Bring a picnic with you or pick something up from the farm shop!

Does Bee Family Centennial Farm Museum have a gift shop?

Unique little gift shop with postcards, cookbooks, hand crafted items, cards & Children's items