The Cobblestone Farm house, completed in 1845, was originally a two-family home. Benajah Ticknor, a U.S. Naval surgeon, and Heman Ticknor, whig politician and farmer, shared occupancy of this classic revival structure with their families. Being restored and interpreted to reflect its mid-nineteenth century appearance, the site provides a view of past rural life in Washtenaw County. Today the site is administered through Parks and Recreation Services with support from the Cobblestone Farm Association.
Cobblestone Farm Rentals
The barn at Cobblestone Farm offers a unique setting for weddings, retreats, business conferences, bat and bar mitzvahs, and dances. The three story oak timber frame barn accommodates 220 guests. It includes 3,200 square feet of rental space, a warming kitchen, restrooms, and is handicap accessible. Additional information, including associated costs, can be found on this rental fees document or by calling Cobblestone Farm at 734.794.6230. Enjoy the ambiance of the past with the convenience of the present.
Starting May 17 2016, drop-in tours will take place most Tuesdays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Not appointment is necessary. In addition, weekday appointments for a tours may be scheduled by calling the office at 734.794.6230 x 0.
Cobblestone Farmhouse Museum
Guided tours of the Cobblestone Farmhouse Museum are arranged by appointment with the Cobblestone Farm Association. Please call 734.794.7120 for more information about the museum farmhouse tours.