Historical Attractions

Billings Farm and Museum Woodstock

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Billings Farm and Museum
Route 12 & River Road
P.O. Box 489
Woodstock
VT
VT 05091
Tel: 802 457 2355

Directions

from NH and MA 93 North to 89 North into Vermont. Take Exit 1 Woodstock/Quechee. Turn left onto Rte 4 and follow for approx. 10 miles into Woodstock. Follow signs to Rte 12 North. Turn right onto Rte 12 and travel 1/2 mile out of town. Bear right onto River Road for main entrance. From the North 89 South to exit 3 Bethel. Turn right onto Rte 107 West; follow for 3 miles, bearing left at the junction of Rte 107 and Rte 12. Continue for 2 miles and turn left onto Rte 12 South. Travel 15 miles to Woodstock. Turn left at the fork onto River Road for main entrance. From the South 91 North to exit 9 Hartland. Follow Rte 12 North. Turn left on Rte 4 West. Travel 4 miles into Woodstock. Follow signs to Rte 12 North. Turn right onto Rte 12 and travel 1/2 mile out of town. Bear right onto River Road for main entrance.

Where are we going today?

The farm dates back to 1871, when native Vermonter, Frederick Billings, set out to build a farm and forestry operation that would serve future generations as a model of wise stewardship. His farm flourished, and today, is still a first-class working farm, operating with a museum of Vermont's rural heritage.
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    Billings Farm is a wonderful place!! A fun and educational place for children and adults alike. I just love the living history farm... and the homeade dairy bar is a delicious treat too!!

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    Great for families with kids but somewhat interesting for adults if they like history. Great walking trails up the old carriage roads to Mt Tom.

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