Dean and I recently visited Wheeler Historic Farm (Salt Lake City) – a wonderful place to visit year round. The ground and bushes were covered with a fresh blanket of snow and the sky was blue as blue.  I simple couldn’t resist taking pictures with my new iPhone and sharing them with our BeBetsy readers.  Enjoy!

Snow covered Wasatch Mountains in the background.

Down the lane is the Historic Victorian Farm Home which began
construction in 1896.
The home was restored to a turn-of-the-century museum in 1975.

Weddings, musical performances and many other activities take
place in the rustic barn.

Inviting fence pathway.

Wheeler Historic Farm is a ‘working farm’ where cows and sheep graze.

Wheeler History Farm in Salt Lake City, Utah

I love this photograph!

Here are just a few of the other activities at Wheeler Historic Farm:

  • Visit the animals – especially after the new babies are born
  • Milk the cows!
  • Enjoy the Farmer’s Market when the weather turns warm
  • Feed the ducks and geese
  • Go on a wagon ride
  • Kids summer camp
  • Have a picnic
  • Take a walk or ride your bike

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3 Responses to Winter Wonderland | Wheeler Historic Farm

  1. Denise says:

    Sharon! Your pictures are fantastic! Great great photos. XO

  2. Eileen says:

    Looks charming Sharon. I would love to own a beautiful barn like that one to host and cater special parties. Beautiful pics!

  3. Don’t forget about the Halloween festivities they have. I can remember many a time hiding behind uncle Dean with Alyce as we were screaming our heads off. IT WAS AWESOME!!!!!

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