The 1913 Farmhouse room does its best to give you an idea of what life was like on a classic midwestern farm.
The Farmhouse room revisits the early days of many farms that consisted of several different animals including cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, ducks, and chickens. The unique aspect about farm life at this time was the fact that you actually grew the crops for your animals. People were very attached to their animals during this period. This room represents the hard work that early farms put in working long days during every season of the year.
In the room you'll see photos that show what life was like on the farm in the early part of the Twentieth Century. A unique cow weathervane in the room depicts the unique relationship that the farmers had with the weather at that time as well. One wall of this room features various kitchen elements including dishes, dish towels, and aprons. In addition to these item's you'll also find a handcrafted quilt behind the bed that displays the hard work that women put in to support their families and communities throughout the heartland of America.
- King Bed
- Adjoins Room 206
- Jet Spa Tub
- Separate Shower