Agritourism takes visitors to the farms, orchards, and vineyardsVisiting farms, wineries, and vineyards -- sometimes called agritourism -- is the pleasurable way to explore and enjoy authentic New England life and people, as well as a chance to taste the fruits of farm fields and orchards.
Children love visiting dairy cows and other farm animals.
1355 Boston Post Road Guilford, CT, 06437 Phone: 203-453-2338
Since 1871, six generations of Bishops have been serving the shoreline with fresh farm products. Our farm market in Guilford is open year-round with one or more of our own products available each month of the year. Our "big red apple" is a familiar landmark. We have everything for your cost conscious meals and family gatherings, from wines and soup, salads, vegetables and fruits to prepared foods, including large trays of our most popular dishes! Don't forget cider, meats and of course pies! Treat friends and family to our variety of gifts and fruit baskets. Visit our Llamas, Alpacas and Goats. Watch our G Scale Train with cars from the NYNH Railroad circle above your head. Pick Your Own season starts in mid-June and continues through late October.
511 Liberty Hill Road Rochester, VT, 05767 Phone: 802-767-3926
Visit the Farm, Sustain the Farm!
Raising dairy cows is only part of what we do. For more than 25 years, we’ve sustained ourselves and our farm by using the natural beauty and charm of central Vermont to invite guests to enjoy a real farm vacation at our celebrated B&B. There are cozy lodgings with seven guest bedrooms and four shared baths and free WiFi throughout. Your room includes breakfast and dinner served with Vermont charm (and maple syrup) at the family table. Visit our barn, meet our dairy cows and experience the special pleasures that only a New England farm vacation can provide. See why we've been called the “Best in New England” by Yankee Magazine and named Vermont “Innkeeper of the Year” for 2013-14!
Eat, drink and be grateful for it all
Grape growing and wine making started in Connecticut in the 1800s. More recently, and now in one of the most scenic and fastest growing wine regions in the country, producers run enterprises to increase farm revenues and provide an additional incentive for visitors to stop by. More travelers today are looking for an authentic down on the farm experience that Connecticut’s Wine Trail offers in abundance – along with an almost unlimited range of fine wines. You can tour the area’s wineries and explore historic barns, buildings, homes, churches and shops. Born in microclimates, taste and savor the distinct differences in each varietal. Along the way, you’ll meet dedicated farmers, passionate winemakers, and the beautiful places kept that way by people who care.