Tilly Foster Farm Museum

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David P
Parsippany, NJ1,283 contributions
First time visit to Tilly Foster Farm Museum. I went for their outdoor sculpture show. Amazing collection of sculptures. Many are way to crazy for my taste, but you have to give the artists credit for creativity. I also visited with the animals. A great way to spend a good weather day outdoors.
Written September 29, 2020
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FLStarfish
florida102 contributions
Family
Tilly Foster Farm is well worth a visit - it is charming, not crowded and free! We went with our 2 year old granddaughter and we all thoroughly enjoyed the visit. She especially loved seeing and hearing the chickens and rooster. The big black pig was quite a surprise for her as it didn't look like the cute pink pigs in her books. There are sheep, horses and even a donkey, along with real farm equipment and a working barn.
Written April 25, 2012
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BCR37
Brewster, NY210 contributions
In it's own house on Tilly Foster Farm. Great Museum with multiple rooms filled with local and famous musicians memorabilia. Wiorth a visit with surprising finds. Wonderful curator with plenty of stories to tell.
Written May 22, 2016
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Afoodie65
Cold Spring, NY1,231 contributions
Free parking and free admission.
A farm should contain animals and we were able to see ponies, chickens, rooster and alpacas on a self guided tour of the grounds.
Our primary objective was to view the outdoor sculptures which are presented annually in the area and this year for the first time at Tilly Foster Farm.
The sculptures are unique and not to everyone's taste but we are looking foreword to next year's displays.
Written January 19, 2021
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A F
Highland Lakes, NJ20 contributions
Family
This farm looks like it would be a lot of fun, especially for the kids. It wasn't. The gift shop was closed, the animals are all gone now because of a dispute between the people who run it and the county. The people running the show weren't discreet about their issues with the county. The tractor show was neat and we had a nice time looking at them but the two ladies weren't very knowledgeable about anything. They mostly just pointed at the machinery and said "that's a green tractor" then they would ask each other to explain the answers to the questions people had and they couldn't do it. They just moved along to the next thing. Not going there again unless they change management.
Written March 11, 2014
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Margy M
Baltimore, MD11 contributions
Family
I went to Tilly Foster Farm Museum with my cousin’s two children at the beginning of July. The sow had recently given birth. We were able to hold the piglets! It was a great deal of fun walking around seeing the beautiful well cared for rare farm animals and talking to the other folks visiting the farm. We learned a great deal and the adults in our group had as much fun as the children. They are still talking about our visit. So we are returning with their parents the weekend of September 14/15 for the
Antique Tractor and Car Show. The kids are looking forward to seeing all the old farming equipment in operation.
Written August 28, 2013
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Michelle M
MAHOPAC37 contributions
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The farm is located on route 312 just off 84. They have many unusual farm animals and old
farm equipment. But the best kept secret there is the Rock and Roll Museum. It is absolutely
a must to visit especially if one of the fellows who put this collection of memorabilia is there.
It brought back a lot of great memories.
Written April 1, 2013
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mariap1919
San Juan, Puerto Rico302 contributions
No apples or big crowds. Wonderful animals and exhibits. Loved watching the horses jump.
Well worth the trip.
Written October 13, 2012
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bernadette k
mahopac6 contributions
Always interesting and great fun for the kids. They are always adding new and interesting things to see and do.
Written April 14, 2012
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shannon n
5 contributions
Family
Nice place, nice caretaker. I wish they had as many animals as they used to, but have roosters and alpacas now. Fun place to take the kids. Never been to tillys table but heard good things.
Written September 30, 2018
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