Billings Farm & Museum


53 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT 05091 Visit Website | 802-457-2355 |


Ages: All Ages Cost: $17.00 Adults ages 16-61 | $15.00 Seniors ages 62 & over | $9.00 Students ages 16 & up | $8.00 Children ages 4-15 | FREE Children ages 3 & under FREE: Billings Farm & Museum Members Parking: Yes

Billings Farm & Museum is just a scenic stroll from the village center of Woodstock, Vermont and is regarded as one of the finest outdoor history museums.  Billings Farm & Museum is known for its excellent Jersey breeding, dynamic programming and events as well as the beautiful Sunflower House and Gardens set against the bucolic backdrop. The farm is open to the public, giving visitors an exceptional opportunity to experience Vermont's farming- past and present.

Billings offers camp during school breaks and over the summer. Check them all out here.  


2 reviews
  • June 21, 2024
    "A super fun trip for all!! The tour is great, the house is beautiful and the gardens are intriguing! A great clean farm and super friendly staff open to chatting about all things Billings!"
    - Vtfun
  • July 24, 2015
    "Billings Farm combines the history of Vermont Farming with live farm animals. It is great place to visit with kids to learn about farm life. It doesn't hurt that there are plenty of animals for kids to see and touch.

    Be sure to check the daily schedule of activities. You can milk a cow, tour the gardens, check out the chickens and more. There are also regularly scheduled special events throughout the year.

    There is a great museum store with lots of kids farming toys, books and more. Adjacent to the 1980's Farm House you will find the Dairy Bar offers ice cream and other snacks.

    Worth noting, Billings is so close to the town of Woodstock you can easily visit both in one day. There are lots of shops and restaurants in town."
    - missmagpie

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