Skyline Farm is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization working to transform Skyline Farm into a community resource as a living carriage museum with an antique carriage & sleigh collection, while also preserving the farm's open space and historic buildings for recreational and educational use. Skyline Farm is a community-based organization providing educational and recreational programs based on the role of horse-drawn transportation in the cultural, social and economic development of New England.
Read our latest newsletter, the 2013 spring edition. There you can learn about the Skyline’s new museum exhibit celebrating the 100th year anniversary of Acadia National Park’s carriage roads, and a sub-exhibit with a very unusual replica as its centerpiece. In its fifth year, Plow Day on May 18 will, no doubt, continue to be a crowd-pleaser with farm-related demos and other attractions. Other articles are included in this issue for your reading pleasure.
A beautifully designed, well sprung, open driving
wagon for country and sporting use. This vehicle has paneled sides with
handsome natural wood finish that showed the dirt from the dusty country roads
less than a shiny dark paint finish would. This vehicle was originally
designed by the Brewster Co. of New York for Frederick Bronson, thus bearing his
name. Subsequently, several other manufacturers built vehicles similar to
this design. The Bronson in our collection was driven for many years in
Maine with two or four horses
Sunday, Feb. 10, 12-3 pm & Sundays, Feb. 17-Mar. 31, 1-4 pm, or by appt.
May 18, 9:30 am-2 pm
May 19-Aug. 18, Sundays, 1-4 pm, or by appointment
June 22, Saturday, 9-11:30 am
July 13, Saturday, 4-8 pm
September 8, 12-7 pm
September 21, 10 am-3 pm
September 29, 1-3 pm
September TBD, 10 am
October 5, 5:30-8 pm
November 2 & 3, 10 am