On the way to Red Wing, MN you might see this barn from the road, sitting up on a hill. It is part of the Round Barn Farm Bed and Breakfast and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings. You might be surprised if you visit that the historic looking home next to it is actually new construction. The sellers designed it to look old, building it from an 1861 house design of Samuel Sloan.
The barn, original to the property, was built in 1914 by Henry and Mary Dammon for their dairy cattle. It has since been renovated and is truly a fun place to visit…you can even rent it out for events!
I took this laying on the barn floor with a fish-eye lens, looking up into the rafters of the barn.