Billings Farm & Museum
Billings Farm & Museum is regarded as one of the finest outdoor history museums in the country.
Terrific family friendly museum. Part of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park. Gorgeous trails on old carriage roads lead up to the star that overlooks the Village of Woodstock. X-Country grooming on those trails during winter. Wagon rides and sleigh rides available through Billings Farm.
Beautiful, peaceful and educational - the grounds are gorgeous, the animals are wonderful and the Billings house is a fascinating glimpse into an innovative and progressive farm. Cross the street to visit STUNNING gardens.
The Billings Farm is a beautiful place to spend the day, they have animals for the kids, history for the adults and hiking trails, gardens for the whole family.
Rainy day? No prob. Part of the Billings Rockefeller National Park, it’s easy to pass the time at the exhibits or communing with the farm animals. Lots of hiking trails too.
“Raptor rescue, canopy walk, nature trails, natural science education & exploration.”
“Popular, rustic counter serve featuring gourmet, farm-to-table New England eats and craft beers.”
“If you have children traveling with you and you’re looking for a day trip adventure, this is the place to go. Not sure what their policies are for during Covid- but they have lots of interactive games and activities for the Little ones. ”
“Small peak, 1357 feet located in Woodstock, Vermont. The mountain has a multitude of hiking, running and Nordic skiing trails.”
“The deepest gorge in VT described as Vermont's "Little Grand Canyon". Enjoy beautiful vistas 168 feet from the bridge above the Ottaquechee River and enjoy hiking or walking the trails along the mile-long chasm. Entrance to trails can be found on either side of the bridge.”