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Billings Farm & Museum

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Billings Farm & Museum

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69 Old River Rd Rte. 12 North, Woodstock, VT 05091
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Woodstock Street Art Tour
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Woodstock Street Art Tour

On this 90min tour you will see an eclectic, ever-evolving mix of street art featuring the best street artists from around the world.<br><br>Meeting at Woodstock Exchange the creative hub of Cape Town, filled with beautiful street art and murals on every corner,<br>We will explore this neighbourhood full of, murals, art and galleries, with a local guide whilst sharing stories behind the artworks and artists in what inspired them, and how street art is changing the perspective in communities.<br>Art is an expression in imagery and the freedom of mind to express yourself through painting and story telling.
$21.79 per adult
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Darren H wrote a review Oct 2020
Everett, Massachusetts1 contribution
They seem to have given up being a dairy farm and are more intent on milking the visitors. Twenty odd cows. Six sheep. Three horses. One goat. And they ask you to hand sanitize before petting the cows!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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traveling_with_kathy wrote a review Oct 2020
Lake Stevens, Washington1,059 contributions147 helpful votes
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I spent a couple hours exploring the farm and animals. They raise the cutest jersey cows. There were horses and cows in the fields, in addition to some sheep. The highlight for me was the Heifer Barn where you could pet some of the younger cows. OMG. They are so cute! The baby calves were in another barn and you had to look through windows to see them. There’s a 30-minute overview video of the history of the property and conservation. If you’re in the Woodstock area this is a definite stop.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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retmarine96 wrote a review Oct 2020
Billerica, Massachusetts6 contributions2 helpful votes
Enjoyed everything about this beautiful place. Make sure you watch the video about the history of the farm. Enjoy the magnificent grounds, and museum. Kids will enjoy the animals. Adults will marvel at the mansion.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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richinvermont wrote a review Oct 2020
North Adams, Massachusetts238 contributions69 helpful votes
I had taken school groups there but my wife had never been. So we made a day trip out of our visit. Even during the pandemic it was worth the visit. Everything was neat and well done. Animals well kept. The ground were also well groomed. Nice walk to the river. Plus the foliage was beautiful. Visit Billings Farm!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Stephanie P wrote a review Sep 2020
Ballston Lake, New York32 contributions1 helpful vote
A really upscale farm and museum. The video was very informative, and the museum of artifacts was great. We weren't allowed to go into the gift shop or the house on the property, but there were ladies outside with displays and gave us a talk about the history of the farm and property. The sunflower area in the back was amazing. Many varieties and kind of a maze you walk through. We ran out of time, but we quickly went back to look at the sheep, goats and cows, but we were shooed out as they were closing. when we were out by the parking lot we petted the cows and was told by an employee that we can't touch the animals because "we need to keep the employees safe". I guess because of covid? we had our temperature taken upon arrival, and I didn't think that touching the fur of a cow would give anyone covid. Some of these employees were a little snooty. You need time to see everything. I would plan on at least 3-4 hours.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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