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Muscoot Farm, Katonah

(4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A very interesting place to visit with children to show them how a farm works. Many different farm animals can be seen. Lovely hiking trails, I go there quite often.  more »
  • Went to New York for the first time in 6 years. Took my wife and daughter on a trip to visit family that still lives there, and my cousin told me I should take them to see this place. It is still the ...  more »
  • Muscoot Farm was just a great find for us. It has a nice set up where you can wander at your leisure through the various animals setups, from the goats (who sometimes stand on the tables) to the pigs,...  more »
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  • This is a perfect place to bring little ones and have a nice afternoon! You can have a pic nic under a tree, see all the animals they have, enjoy seeing the animals being fed! On Sundays they have their farmers market! It's a nice well maintained farm and they only ask you for a donation! They have a little cafe there too, if you want to buy an ice cream or French fries!
  • Lots of family fun. We visited in order to pick a pumpkin for Halloween and to visit the farmer's market. The trees were beautiful and the animals were out and about. A great place to visit with children under 12. The buildings are dated (in a good way) and have plaques with historical information. A small museum tells about the past of the working farm. A fun place for a historically educational trip. The farmer's market was small (less than 15 vendors) but had some local produce, beef, etc. Bring cash because not all vendors take cards. We did not visit the snack bar, but it was busy so I am guessing it would do in a pinch. I would recommend a visit and I am excited to visit in the future.
  • My kids love seeing the animals at this farm. The farm is not wide spread so it's great for smaller tots and great events for older ones too. And when it's baby season it's just too awesome!!
  • The frequent public events and education programs make this farm an awesome place to visit as a family. It is cool to see the history of the farm as you walk around. They also host farmers markets on weekends.
  • Being from Astoria (NYC) it's not always easy to get the family out of the city to see something other than concrete. But as a 50 minute ride away from town, visiting this historic farm was a great day trip. Farm animal sightseeing is great. No petting zoo element, but that's ok. It's more real. You can throw a blanket down anywhere and bring your own lunch. The snack bar is just fried, greasy food and no vegetarian options. (Which is ironic seeing as it's a farm.) The museum / historical elements are nice and walking through the old farm house is cool too. There was a farmer's marketing going on the day we where there. And there was a "fairy" walk event going on where families with little girls were invited to dress them up in fairy costumes and walk them along a trail in the woods. I mean, wooded fairy walk? How freakin' cute is that? Can check that one of the list.