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Mary Olson Farm is the most intact 1880s family farm in King County. Nestled in a private canyon, the center of the farm includes a farmhouse, large barn with animals, a weaving house, and several other out buildings surrounded by forested hillsides...more
The farm has free parking, but it is a 1/8 mile (the sign says) walk over the hill to get to the farm (I think it is somewhat longer than that). At the main house there is a box with a request for a nominal...More
The Hops & Crops Festival is hosted at Mary Olson Farm in late summer. Sample beers from local breweries, enjoy live music, vendors, and more! The historic farmstead is the ideal location for this annual event and includes tours of the historic farmhouse. Make a...More
There is no cafeteria, but there are tables and sitting areas if you'd like to bring your own picnic. There are definitely farm animals to see! At various times there have been chickens, cows, horses, barn cats, and... More
There is no cafeteria, but there are tables and sitting areas if you'd like to bring your own picnic. There are definitely farm animals to see! At various times there have been chickens, cows, horses, barn cats, and more--not to mention deer who regularly pass through the property. Most of the paths between the historic structure are wheelchair accessible, but the farmhouse itself may not be fully accessible. For specifics on accessibility and hours of operation, your best bet is to contact the White River Valley Museum in Auburn for more information.