• We're open for the season

    We're open for the season!

    Come visit, learn, and explore! Children's Farmyard, Tours, Inn, Trails, Programs. Now thru Oct 16! 802-985-8686.


  • The Inn at Shelburne Farms

    The Inn at Shelburne Farms

    Stay or dine at our seasonal inn

    The Inn is open for the season! Now thru Oct 16. The Inn is a guest house to this amazing working farm. Your stay supports our work educating for a sustainable future.

    Rooms, Rates, Availability

  • Educating for a sustainable future

    Shelburne Farms' Sustainable Schools Project

    We're educating to build a future that supports us all

    Our programs explore the ideas of sustainability for all ages, with a particular focus on children and educators.

    Come discover our education programs.

  • Pasture-based Brown Swiss Cow Dairy

    Our Brown Swiss herd, responsible for Shelburne Farms' award winning cheddar.

    Our campus is a working farm

    A Certified Humane dairy, organic market garden, and sustainably managed woodlands connect you to the land we all depend on.

    Come discover our working farm.

  • eduacation

    Where educators learn, grow, and are inspired

    Educators! Check out our summer workshop opportunities. They're experiences that will transform your teaching, and yourself.

    See all our professional learning programs


Most events require pre-registration.

Farm Blog

  • A Forest for Every Classroom

    Find out how A Forest for Every Classroom (and upcoming program, A Watershed for Every Classroom), helps educators bring students outdoors for meaningful, place-based service-learning experiences. Read more.

  • Farming Update - May 4, 2016

    Here's what's happening around our working farm as we open for the season. From the Dairy, to the Market Garden, to our woodlands, here's that latest. Read more.

  • Sugaring in a Changing Climate

    How will climate change impact sugaring in Vermont? We don't know all the answers, but we're encouraging students on our "Sugaring by the Numbers" field trip to start asking and observing. Read more.

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