Billings Farm and Museum

Established in 1871 by the Vermont businessman and conservationist Frederick Billings, this working dairy farm provides a fascinating glimpse of life at the turn of the 20C. Daily demonstrations highlight animal husbandry, and butter is made in the basement of the restored 1890 farmhouse. The lives and culture of rural Vermonters are explored in a two-level exhibit and in the excellent film A Place in the Land, which examines the property's role in US conservation stewardship.

Useful information


River Road, 05091 Woodstock


+1 802-457-2355


14 $ (-15 years old 8 $)

Opening hours

[May-Oct: 10am-5pm; Nov-Feb: weekends 10am-3.30pm - closed Thanksgiving Day and 25 Dec]

Nearby tourist attractions

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park