Farm Visits & Agritourism in New England

Visiting 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. Some farms also operate small lodgings and might even let you get your hands dirty helping with the daily tasks!

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Apples on the Tree at Carlson Orchards - North Central Massachusetts
Visit North Central Massachusetts

1000 Route 2 West (between Exits 103 & 102) Lancaster, MA, 01523 Phone: 978-534-2302

The farms of North Central MA have a warm welcome for visitors

Many of the farms and orchards of North Central Massachusetts are ready to welcome you!. Visit Bolton Orchards in Bolton, MA for cider donuts and locally roasted coffee, go for cider flights and flatbreads at Carlson Orchards in Harvard, MA or those homemade pies and pastries at Lanni Orchards in Lunenburg, MA or Meadowbrook Orchards in Sterling, MA. You can visit alpacas, bunnies and chickens or take a knitting class at In the Meadow Farm in Lunenburg, MA, and Plain View Farm in Hubbardston, MA says its alpacas and llamas love company. At Red Apple Farm, celebrate with a craft brew and some country barbecue or brick-oven pizza while enjoying live music or a trivia night. And at Smith’s Country Cheese in Winchendon, MA, say hello to the cows, sample cheeses and watch the cheese-making process through windows into the cheese-making room. - Read more about North Central Mass. here!
Child and Cow - Liberty Hill Farm Inn - Rochester, VT
Liberty Hill Farm & Inn

511 Liberty Hill Road Rochester, VT, 05767 Phone: 802-767-3926

At this farm inn, love of the land, and belief in sustainability, are shared with guests

At the Liberty Hill Farm & Inn, the top priority is to provide a fulfilling farm experience for every guest. And given the number of guests who return year after year, it’s a job well done. From fabulous home-cooked meals using fresh, local ingredients (sometimes picked by guests) to letting guests learn how to milk a cow, the farm promotes both healthy, sustainable living – and fun. The inn, a pioneer in the agritourism movement, supports the Keep Local Farms initiative and was Vermont’s first Green Agritourism Enterprise. The owners are members of the Cabot Creamery dairy co-op, where sustainability and innovation are key. Sharing the love of the land and farming is central to the inn, where guests can pick berries, hike through wildflower fields, swim, fish – and milk cows.