Pomeroy Living History Farm

Pomeroy Living History Farm sits nestled among tall firs in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in southwestern Washington State.  Situated along the scenic Lewis River, the farm is an interactive educational museum that depicts domestic and farm life from both the early 20th century and modern perspective.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Properties, this farmstead includes the Pomeroy’s log home built in 1920, a working blacksmith shop, barn, extensive herb and vegetable gardens, pastures and woodlot.  The Farm utilizes living history as an interpretational technique to share with school children and the general public what life was like on a pre-electrical farm several generations ago.

  • ADA Accessible
  • Interpretive Signage
  • Seasonal Availability
  • Trained Guides/Guided Tours Available
  • Visitor Center on Site
  • Located on Private Land

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