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The Foodies & Agritourists Itinerary

Foodies & Agritourists (Three-Day) Itinerary DAY ONE Start your epicurean exploration of Longmont with a bit of Southern hospitality and a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs, authentic Cajun meal at Lucile’s Creole Café. Begin your meal with…

Sunflower Farm

Join Sunflower Farm to experience the rural lifestyle. For limited hours, this 50-acre home is open to the public. You will find baby animals, pony rides, huge shade trees with incredible tire swings, an old abandoned airplane, sandboxes,…

The Art of Cheese

The Art of Cheese is Longmont, Colorado's own artisan home-cheesemaking school. Led by Kate Johnson, an award-winning cheesemaker and dairy goat farmer, The Art of Cheese is the best place in Northern Colorado for anyone who wants to learn…

Ollin Farms

At Ollin Farms, their mission is to handcraft nutrient dense, full-flavored vegetables that support a healthy and vibrant local food economy. They provide education about healthy gardening, eating and lifestyle choices that strengthen the…

Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy

Back in 1988, founder Jim Schott and his wife bought five goats (four does and a buck) and cultivated a modest 6-acre farmstead in Niwot, Colorado. Haystack Mountain lay in view just to the north, and after he’d made his first delicious…

Longmont Farmers Market

The Longmont Farmers' Market Saturday season runs every Saturday beginning the first Saturday in April through the third Saturday in November, 8 am to 1 pm. Located at The Boulder County Fairgrounds, on 9595 Nelson Rd. Easily accessible…

Dougherty Museum

The Dougherty Museum houses a collection of beautifully restored antique automobiles, including models powered by steam, electricity and early internal combustion types. Many of the cars date back 100 years and are in running order. Among…

Agricultural Heritage Center

Get a glimpse into the history of agriculture in Boulder County and enjoy the rural surroundings. This site focuses on the years 1900 to 1925 when local families prospered as farmers and witnessed the coming of the Modern Age. Hours April 1…