All About the Farm
A self guided tour provides the background and history of Forest Home Farms Historic Park. Learn about the Boone Family that purchased the farm in 1899 and see all the buildings and exhibits including the Tractor Museum with over 30 restored antique tractors.
Fun with Farm Animals
Forest Home Farms has sheep, horses, and chickens. You’ll learn what animals eat, how they are cleaned, sheep herding, and more! We work with scout groups to fulfill animal care badge requirements.
Dig in and Grow
Have an adventure in our organic garden! Children will learn about the principles of organic gardening, composting, recycling and the role of bees in the garden. This will include hands on activities and fresh garden tastings, when available.
Behind-the-Scenes with Tractors
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Learn all about tractors! Take a behind-the- scenes look at the tractor restoration process. Includes the Tractor Museum with over 30 restored tractors. Look inside the machine shop, hands-on interactive displays and a video showing tractor restoration.
Preschool Fun at the Farm
For preschool groups ages 3 to 5 years of age and their chaperones. For groups of 10 or more only.
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There’s lots of fun waiting for you at the farm! Visit the chickens and sheep and see all the tractors! Enjoy singing farm songs and hearing stories.
Glass House Museum
Admission: $5 per person. Ages 2 and under free. Free to members of the SRHF.
Built in 1877, the Glass House has been restored to its original beauty and fully furnished. Step back in time to the Victorian era to see what life was like in the San Ramon Valley for a middle class farm family in the late 19th century.
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