An event every day that begins at 10:00 am, repeating until January 15, 2024
Billings Farm & Museum is open Jan. 13-15, 10am-4pm, for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Weekend. Visitors of all ages can enjoy engaging activities indoors and out during the long weekend.
The Woodstock Vermont Film Series will feature Joan Baez | I Am a Noise. At the end of a 60-year musical career, Baez, the legendary folk singer and activist, takes an honest look back and a deep look inward as she tries to make sense of her large history-making life, and the personal struggles she’s kept private. The film will be shown on Saturday and Sunday at 3PM in the Visitor Center Theater. (Film Series tickets are purchased separately.)
Follow the StoryWalk along the pasture fence, take a step back in history with a self-guided tour of the 1890 Farm Manager’s House.
Horse-drawn Sleigh Rides will be offered on Monday, January 15, from 11:00AM to 3:00PM, conditions permitting. Rides are $5/person for ages 2 and up in addition to admission to Billings Farm & Museum. Rides are approximately 10 minutes. Tickets can be purchased at the Admissions Desk.
Meet the Farm’s animals including Jersey cows, sheep, chickens and goats all cozy in the Animal Barns. There will be daily milking starting at 3:00pm in the Cow Barn.
Explore the Billings Farm Trail on snowshoes or cross-country skis and venture through the picturesque snow-covered farm fields and along the Ottauquechee River. Bring your own or rent from the nearby Woodstock Inn & Resort Nordic Center. Bring your sled to speed down the small hill next to the orchard. Gather round the fire pit and warm up with hot chocolate, coffee and s’mores, available for purchase in our Gift Shop.