Lookout Farm, Natick
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The farm is beautiful. There is a cider house brewery that we were there to celebrate a friends birthday. The place was very busy and long lines to get drinks. I would have given five stars but the st... read more »
This is certainly different from apple picking in England! This is a business! We visited on Columbus weekend so therefore quite busy! A train is provided to get you to the picking areas and also to t... read more »
Nothing works up a thirst quite like a day of apple-picking, amirite? After spending an afternoon at Lookout Farm - getting lost in the orchards, riding the train around and around, and picking (alrig... read more »
I rate zero stars as the fact that my family got yelled at and the employees were rude, I kept my cool until one of them yelled at my daughter, she had hidden an apple in her pocket and they called her a "little thief" so I told the employee if he talks to my daughter like that again I'll shove the apple up their ass, then they threatened to call the cops which I said "go ahead" and stood there as my daughter cried. They didn't cause there all crooks anyway. So be it, save your money and go somewhere else
We recently had our daughter's third birthday at the Farm and had a wonderful time. The children's area is a great place for the kids to run around and enjoy themselves on a number of activities (farm animals, lego fun, bouncy house, playground, caterpillar ride, etc). The magician was great: he literally pulled a real rabbit out of his hat. The staff was great as well, very helpful and fun. Colleen did a great job rescheduling our party on two days' notice when unexpected events came up. The price was very reasonable compared to other places in the area.
Came here for Father's Day in hopes of a great time with the kids, sadly disappointed. So don't come here in the summer, once we arrived we learned that the only animals to see are sheep and goat. No chance of petting them either. No hayrides. Childrens play area has two cool items but they'll need assistance to use them. However Magic show was cute and the place is Beautiful to see and pick strawberries.
Came here for the first time in January for a cider tour. The taproom is a nice area serving 5 varieties of cider, including a hot hard cider which was interesting. I wasn't a fan of most of the cider itself, but I appreciated the unique flavors some of them had. The jalapeño cider was something I've never seen anywhere else, but it was hard to drink more than a sip because the taste was pretty bad. They have two corn hole sets set up in a room off the tap room and offer a small bar menu for food. The tour itself was relatively quick and as you take a short walk from the taproom to the warehouse where they store chilled apples and make the cider. I'm interested in coming back when the weather is nice to view the rest of the farm. I don't think I'd return just for the cider though.
Go to Edaville instead. Sure you get apples here, but they're not that special. The plums suck, the Concord grapes are the only thing that really got my interest.
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