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Billings Farm and Museum, Woodstock

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.5/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Learn about agricultural life past and present at Billings Farm and Museum. This operating dairy farm features a variety of friendly barnyard creatures, a restored 1890 farmhouse, and informative exhibits about Vermont's rich rural history. Watch the cows being milked and try your own hand at farm work. Two short audio-visual presentations provide more information about the farm's story and its long-standing dedication to sustainable agricultural practices. Feel free to approach one of the staff members for a tour. Be sure to wear sensible shoes. With our online itinerary creator, Woodstock attractions like Billings Farm and Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • altho my wife and I stay exclusively in Woodstock, Vermont we have never visited the farm and museum. this year we did and what a delight. if you've never been to a farm then you should go here first....  read more »
  • We stopped here on a recent bus trip through New England states. We had a wagon ride through the picturesque scenery - leaves are starting to change. The staff are all very friendly and very informati...  read more »
  • My husband and I enjoyed touring the property and farmhouse. Beautifully maintained grounds. The fall foliage made for a lovely backdrop. Took a short tour of the farmhouse and the two gentlemen there...  read more »
  • Wonderful peek into how the super rich lived when modern appliances did not exist. We got the winter tour, along with a horse drawn sleigh ride and a tour of the house and stables. The most memorable part of the experience was seeing young calves in the barn, so much like baby deer. This place and its grounds are a national historical park so that must be worth something as well.
  • I had the privilege to be in a wedding this past fall at this wonderful location.Everything from the moment we arrived took ourbreath away, it's very well managed, the architecture is traditional Vermont with amazing moder wood visual interior, the animals friendly and needles to say beautiful. If your looking for an amazing experience for a wedding in Vermont or an unforgettable destination with family this place will reach anyone's expectations.
  • Family friendly activity in the Woodstock area. Kids and adults will enjoy meeting jersey dairy cows, gorgeous 1 ton muscular Belgian horses, and calves in the nursery. You can get up close and personal -- petting the animals, watching the milking process. They give free samples of the cheese and also had hot apple cider on the day we went. It was a great activity for the non skiers in our group.
  • Super nice and helpful guides. We didn't go into the farms but walked the carriage trails that were well groomed and easy. I wore inappropriate footwear for the walk and I had no problems walking the trails.
  • I grew up in the country side and did not quite get why I would pay $20 per person to see a few cows and horses. Yes, they have cheese tasting and small demos, but nothing too special. On the other hand, the Billings Rockefeller park next door is prime trail running ground.
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