Glenwood, the museum’s grand farm house, has been restored to earlier times when it was at the peak of its grandeur, social activity, and influence. It is representative of the farm families who resided on similar larger acreages of the time. The lives of contemporary ranchers such as Morehead, Durham, Burdick, Troxel and Bidwell, all of similar backgrounds, socio-economic stature, and farming expertise, are being brought into focus as well.
Researchers are delving into every aspect of local agriculture with the goal of documenting the evolution of each crop and collecting the agriculture artifacts most pertinent to the advancements of each.
The Patrick Ranch Museum is Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 3 pm from February through early December. "Hands on" living history can be experienced at a multitude of venues throughout the year. The manicured Glenwood grounds, spacious barns and inviting fields are desired locations for weddings, community events, and company and private parties.
If you are interested in the Glenwood farm house for a facility, please contact us about facility rentals.
Please contact the Patrick Ranch Museum office for more information.
We hope to see you at the Patrick Ranch Museum soon!