This is the Cereal Barn, which for years was a grain research facility on the Experimental Farm. That work is done elsewhere on the Farm, and these days the barn sees different use as part of the Museum's circuit.
This wagon was out front. I'll be showing you its neighbouring wagon in my final post of the series.
Inside the barn, the space is quite open, and was set up as an obstacle course for little kids, with an Easter sort of theme. I expect this barn is used frequently as a jumping off point for school trips, and other various purposes.
Coming back outside, I photographed towards the south. The parking lot was full.
The path goes out past these two enclosures. In the background are the Horse And Cattle Barn on the left, and the Small Animal Barn on the right.
I'll take you inside down the line in this series.
This is on the north side of the path across from the Horse and Cattle Barn. The poultry house was empty as I came by- I expect that it's not winterized and that the animals spend the cold season over in one of the other barns. As my next few posts take place inside a building here that is not a barn, I will add this particular post to the weekly Barn Collective theme hosted by Tom.