• Closed for the season

    Thanks for a great season!

    Our Children's Farmyard, Tours, and Inn are now closed for the 2019 season. Welcome Center & Farm Store and public education programs run year-round! Photo by Brandon Parrish.

    Check out upcoming programs

  • teacher professional learning

    Educators! Come learn, grow, and be inspired

    Check out our year-round and summer opportunities in education for sustainability -- including project-based, place-based, and farm to school learning.

    See our professional learning programs

  • The Inn at Shelburne Farms

    The Inn at Shelburne Farms

    Enjoy a stay at the Farm

    The Inn and restaurant are now closed for the 2019 season! Come stay or dine and be inspired in 2020! May 8-October 19, 2020

    Online room booking (begins Jan 1, 2020)

  • 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.


Most events require pre-registration.

Farm Blog

  • Post-Graduate Education Fellows - A Reflection

    To many people, our Fellowship program for recent college graduates is kind of a "hidden" piece of the Farm. But its impacts loom large, as a recent alum of the program shares in this reflection. Read more.

  • Get Cooking with Jr Iron Chef VT 2020!

    For a taste of the competition, try Green Mountain Technology & Career Center’s recipe for Rich and Creamy Ratatouille in a Roasted Pepper Sauce, which won the 2019 Crowd Pleaser Award. Read more.

  • Farewell to Dudley

    We recently lost our dear donkey, Dudley, to old age. He was a longtime fixture in the Children's Farmyard. Look back on his years with us. Read more.

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