Casey Farm

The Barnyard

The barnyard is the core of any working farm. Casey Farm has three outbuilding complexes—a cow barn, a horse barn, and a carriage house—plus assorted stand-alone buildings. They were mainly built from the mid-nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth and all are well-used today though perhaps not for their original purpose. With our virtual tour, we can give you a look inside some spaces that are not on an in-person tour and take you back to the 1870s for “then and now” comparisons.

Aerial of row of shingled barns and white outbuildings with sandy barnyard in front, green fields in back, and autumn trees in background