An event every day that begins at 10:00 am, repeating until November 26, 2023
Give thanks, share, and learn at Billings Farm’s Thanksgiving! Enjoy an experience for the whole family with 19th century Thanksgiving traditions, crafts, and food. Step into the past with a display of a Thanksgiving table from the 1890s and the delicious aroma of traditional food cooking on a wood stove. Play “What’s For Dinner” and guess what foods were featured in an 1890’s Thanksgiving, make your own mini apple pie to take home, and share your favorite family traditions on the Sharing Tree. Warm up by the outdoor firepits with hot cocoa and s’mores – available for purchase.
Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 10AM-4PM.
11AM – 3PM Make your own Mini Apple Hand Pie
11AM, 1PM, 3PM Guess What’s for Dinner: 1890s Thanksgiving Edition
12PM & 2PM Listen to a Children’s Story
Throughout the Day:
Craft a Woven Paper Placemat
See the Cooking Demos in the 1890 Farmhouse
Share Family Traditions on the Sharing Tree
Follow the Story Walk featuring Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning
Need a warm beverage and a sweet snack? Hot Cocoa, coffee, and S’mores are available for purchase.
Shop for the holidays in our gift shop. Peruse our unique selection of local Vermont gifts, children’s books, adorable stuffies, specialty food items, and, of course, Billings Farm cheddar! There’s sure to be something for everyone on your list!