Buckley Homestead Living History Farm is a county park and historical museum located at 3606 Belshaw Road, Lowell, Indiana. The park is open from 7 a.m. to sunset year round.

There is a visitor center which contains restroom facilities, drinking fountains, information kiosk, and a gift shop which is open on Sunday afternoons from May through the first of August. After that, a path will lead to the Buckley’s farm. The park is divided into sections: Main House Museum, School, Pioneer Farm, and Back Again

Events and activities

Buckley Homestead holds many events throughout the season. A list of events at Buckley Homestead are listed below.

WWII Tribute

Buckley Homestead holds a World War II Tribute every year by reenacting battles between the axis and allies. The tribute holds skirmishes, axis and allies encampments, uniform demonstration, World War II Veterans Panel, and homefront displays.

Legend of Sleepy Hollow

This event is held annually. Buckley Homestead is transformed into Tarrytown, New York, popularly known as Sleepy Hollow. There, visitors walk with a guide through the homestead while encountering townsfolk in search of Ichabod Crane, the one person who can tell the stories of the village.

Barns at the Buckley Homestead, located at 3606 Belshaw Road southeast of Lowell in Cedar Creek Township, Lake County, Indiana, United States. Built in 1916, they form part of the Buckley Homestead complex, a county park that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.