Skyline Farm

"Skyline Farm is a fabulous example of how historic preservation, land preservation, and adaptive reuse can come together to create a wonderful community resource." - Hillary Bassett; Executive Director of Greater Portland Landmarks

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 Spring 2019 Newsletter

Details are provided about Skyline Farm’s “11th Annual Plow Day, a Spring Festival” offering horse-drawn plowing demonstrations, activities for kids (including wagon rides), blacksmith and carpentry demos, to name but a few. A new exhibit in the museum: "Ladies & Gentlemen" is described. Find out why Brooke Rayford, WGME CBS 13 reporter, came to Skyline on February 21. In other news, Stephanie McDonough, who heads up Farm to Table Kids Inc., shares many updates as she enters her third season at Skyline Farm.

(Note: All newsletters are available to download from the "Newsletters" page under "About Skyline").

Upcoming Events

  • Sept. 7th - 15th Annual Henryfest Music Festival at Skyline Farm Saturday, 12-7 pmHenryfest is a family-oriented outdoor concert and festival held to celebrate music, community and the educational mission of 317 Main Community Music Center. Jams ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2019, 8:57 AM by John Sowles
  • Sept. 15 6th Annual 5K Trail Run/Walk at Skyline Farm Please join us on Sunday September 15th at 10am, for Skyline Farm’s 6th annual Trail Run/Walk. This late summer community event showcases Skyline’s trails that are used ...
    Posted Sep 12, 2019, 7:58 AM by Pam Ames
  • Sept. 8-Oct. 27 Museum Exhibit at Skyline Farm Sundays, 1-4 pm, or by appointment‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ exhibit encourages you to have fun guessing which lighter carriages and wagons were generally built for women and which bulkier ...
    Posted Aug 5, 2019, 8:59 AM by John Sowles
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