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UVM Morgan Horse Farm

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#2 of 19 things to do in Middlebury Features Animals
74 Battell Dr, Weybridge, Middlebury, VT 05753-9778
+1 802-388-2011
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This is a wonderful place to visit in the spring because all of the fouls are out and running... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
liz k
via mobile
Great Tour

I'm not a horse fan but my family is so we decided to go see the Morgan Horses. It was fascinating... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Lakeland, Tennessee
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74 Battell Dr, Weybridge, Middlebury, VT 05753-9778
+1 802-388-2011
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a wonderful place to visit in the spring because all of the fouls are out and running around. It is a working Morgan horse farm with some beautiful animals living there.

Thank liz k
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I'm not a horse fan but my family is so we decided to go see the Morgan Horses. It was fascinating and worth the visit.

Thank Chsmith7
Reviewed June 16, 2017 via mobile

The Morgan Horse Farm, as well as the horses have an interesting history. Beautiful old barns and the horses are beautiful. Only expect to 1-2 hours there, which is OK. Afterwards, we drove up to Shelburne. Over all, a good day.

Thank Janet B
Reviewed June 6, 2017

It was pouring rain, and not a great day to go for a tour of a horse farm. However, we could still look at the movie to give us a good overview of the history of the Morgan horse, and our guide was most informative...More

Thank Jenny B
Reviewed June 5, 2017

Come see this beautiful horse farm. The foals are born in late spring and it's just wonderful to walk around. So much history to learn and see. Great place to bring your kids and picnic, too!!!

Thank GreenMountainMermaid
Reviewed May 22, 2017

COL Battell started the farm, and UVM continues the tradition of running it by showcasing the history of the Morgan Horse with the great descendants of the original sire.

Thank Marc A
Reviewed October 24, 2016

A great experience....a great staff who explained the origin of the Morgan Horse and how it came to be...as well as what the horses are used for today.....the price is right..you can join the tour or go off on your own..cool equine history lesson

Thank davidphelps12
Reviewed October 19, 2016

Very interesting tour especially if you love horses. The tour lasted around 30 minutes and was $5/person. Afterward we walked around the grounds--lovely in the fall.

Thank Carrie D
Reviewed October 6, 2016

This beautiful setting,the home of the original Morgan horse was a surprise discovery for me. I thoroughly enjoyed the short tour conducted by a passionate well informed guide and afterwards wandering around additional areas of the property alone. The farm is quite close to Middlebury...More

Thank Daphne O
Reviewed September 23, 2016

Wanted to love this place, but I found it not in top condition, and was genuinely upset by the dark, small stall areas where the horses to be sold for top $$ were kept. It was explained that the farm keeps them indoors (no pasture...More

4  Thank M616M
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