We offer two types of tours led by staff and other experts. Participation is limited to 30. Registration may be required. Tours last 1-3 hours depending on group’s time restraints.
The first is designed for organizations and businesses, and focuses on the special interests of the participating group. Suggested topics: growing fields and organic farming; the history of New England farming as evidenced by the farm’s buildings, trails, stone walls and woods; or the farm’s wildflowers.
The second is for anyone and provides a general introduction to Holly Hill Farm, its growing fields, woods, barnyard, farm animals, and historic barns.
Walk the Trails
There are extensive walking trails throughout our 140 acres that are open to the public from dawn to dusk for passive recreation. Dogs are welcome but we ask that you keep them out of the planted fields.You can purchase trail maps in the vestibule outside the Farm Office.
From April 15 – November 15 you can turn a walk into a treasure hunt while exploring the outdoors! Quests start at a marked beginning point and include several clues hidden along the way. You can purchase a Quest booklet for $5 starting in April at the Farm Stand. Exact change is appreciated. South Shore Quests
Visit the Barnyard
The barnyard is home to our pony Pumpkin, his friend Nugget, hens, roosters, Pepper the rabbit, Dwarf Nigerian goats Belladonna and Lady Liberty, and our newest member Benji the Sicilian miniature donkey. Visitors are welcome but please don’t feed the animals.