NOTE: Given the changing public health situation with COVID-19, we will follow the current guidance from the State of Vermont and the CDC as to the size of group tours we may accommodate onsite. It is our priority to make sure the well-being of our guests and our staff is safeguarded.
Billings Farm & Museum invites groups of all ages to experience the history and beauty of rural Vermont firsthand.
Motorcoach groups, of 10 or more, will be greeted by a member of our museum staff and invited to a viewing of our half-hour Academy Award®-nominated orientation film, A Place in the Land. If that’s not in your allotted time, we’ll be happy to send you a complimentary copy of the DVD in advance, to screen on the coach en route. Our dairy bar features delicious Vermont-made ice cream, snacks, drinks and our own Billings Farm Cheddar Cheese.
Engaging programs with groups, including animal encounters and hands-on activities can be arranged especially for your group for an additional fee – please inquire when reserving!
The visitor center, livestock barns, and farm life exhibits are fully accessible. The 1890 Farm Manager’s House is partially accessible; some individuals may need assistance up the soft surface walkway and ramp; interior doors are 30″ wide. Restrooms are fully accessible. Wheelchairs are available upon request.
Picnic tables by our barns are for public use and we ask that you limit your use up to one (1) hour. We may be able to reserve a private space for your group for lunch for an additional fee. Please inquire when making your reservation.
A picnic area, which borders a scenic brook, is located across the street from the museum entrance. You can bring your own food or visit one of the many delis or restaurants in the area, and plan a pick up for your group.