A working 19th century farm and museum with gardens, farm animals, barns and outbuildings which give a unique glimpse into the life and work on a family farm in southern New England. The Farm is also home to a Saturday morning Farmers' Market featuring home grown and home made items.Read More
Our 19th-century working farm and living history museum is located on 10 acres of pasture and meadow with an 1844 farmhouse, barns, gardens and livestock, evoking a gentle sense of the past . Visitors are invited to tour the home and view the period flower and herb gardens, and visit our oxen, sheep and chickens. Walk the adjacent trails, and picnic on the grounds. From June through October ,Saturday mornings feature our Farmers' Market with home grown and home made products. Ask about our Dawnland Collection of Native American Artifacts, which is open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from June to October. Also available for rent is our Munger Barn for your special event or wedding. Special events and exhibits are scheduled throughout the season, including a Fairy Festival, an all-Guilford Museum Family Festival, and our annual Harvest Day in October. Check out our webpage and Facebook page to see what's happening.
Open: May - October
Farmers' market, June-Oct., Sat. 9-12:30.Pricing: House tour: $5 donation.
Other Amenities: Open After COVID, Groups Welcome, Meeting/Event Facilities
Dates of Operation: May - October