Billings Farm & Museum is dedicated to growing a culture of care and connection to land, food, and community through immersive experiences and shared stories at our working Vermont dairy farm.

Owned and operated by The Woodstock Foundation, Inc., a non-profit educational institution founded by Laurance and Mary Rockefeller in 1968, Billings Farm & Museum was established in 1983 to preserve the historic Billings Farm as well as the character and heritage of rural Vermont.

Just a short stroll from the village center of charming Woodstock, Vermont, Billings Farm & Museum is open to the public eleven months of the year. Through dynamic daily programming, seasonal and farm events, camps, workshops, and unique after-hours experiences, Billings Farm engages visitors of all ages.  As the farm of the historic Billings estate, it also serves as the agricultural counterpart to Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.


Annual Reports

Read these recent Annual Reports to learn the many ways in which Billings Farm & Museum carries out its mission.