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Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary is a working farm and wildlife sanctuary all in one! On our 206-acre property you’ll find farm animals to visit, native wildlife to learn about, trails to hike and a working livestock and crops operation to observe.Before you head to Lincoln, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Lincoln trip planner, to make sure you see all that Lincoln has to offer, including Mass Audubon Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary.
Next time you visit check out our Forest Discovery Trial, take a hayride, tour the Green Trail or learn about farming on our Crops Discovery Trail. And if you want to learn more, ask for a copy of the program catalog at the admissions window or visit our online program catalog to see all of our classes and programs for kids of all ages and adults too!
Mass Audubon Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary reviews
We go to Drumlin Farms all the time with our small children. They love the animals, climbing on the big rock, and hiking on the paths.
We go to Drumlin Farms all the time with our small children. They love the animals, climbing on the big rock, and hiking on the paths. more »
My almost-three-year-old grandson loves animals, of every persuasion. It was perfect for him. And it was a perfect day. I think we made at least three loops to see all the animals. Not sure what..... more
My almost-three-year-old grandson loves animals, of every persuasion. It was perfect for him. And it was a perfect day. I think we made at least three loops to see all the animals. Not sure what..... more »
Drumlin Farm is a small farm complex ideal for introducing young children to farm animals and some wild life. The grounds are well kept and there are lots of animals to see. Our grandchildren liked.... more
Drumlin Farm is a small farm complex ideal for introducing young children to farm animals and some wild life. The grounds are well kept and there are lots of animals to see. Our grandchildren liked.... more »
To be clear, this is a working farm/wildlife sanctuary, not a zoo or petting zoo. That being said, it's still a great place to bring kids, to see and learn about the various farm animals they raise there (cows, horses, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits), as well as some native species like foxes, skunks and various birds, and also learn about how crops are grown and harvested. They offer a preschool and a summer camp, as well as other daily programming for visitors throughout the week. There are plenty of walking/nature trails and good picnic spots, as well as restrooms for visitors, but no snack bars or souvenir stands (again, this is not a zoo). There is a gift shop at the entrance that sells a small assortment of bottled beverages and frozen treats, nature-themed gifts/toys and childrens' books, with proceeds helping to fund the Massachusetts Audubon Society. You can also purchase meat and other seasonal products of the farm. It gets busy in the Spring when the baby sheep and goats are born, so if you plan on visiting on a weekend during that time I'd recommend reserving a parking spot and buying tickets (or a yearly membership, if so inclined) ahead of time.
This is a combination of a working farm, wildlife sanctuary, and walking trails. It's great for all ages. Farm stand in season (was closed when I was there in November). Ice cream stand in the summer! Surprisingly large shop with variety of toys, gifts, bird feeding supplies, books, and other stuff for the nature lover.
We frequent this place. It's very accessible. This time the birds cages had very exciting things: Hawks and owls. We also saw the red foxes and naturally all the farm animals. They had a farm stand, and we could see the fields they grow the vegetables for the farm stand. They also see honey, fresh eggs from the coops and meat. There were wild turkeys too. It's a small place but perfect for something close and interesting.
We checked out the farmstead and the quality of produce was amazing. Staff were friendly and helpful. Will definitely be coming back. The farmstead is near the shop. They also sometimes have fresh eggs.
Drumlin Farm is a sweet little farm perfect for all ages. Families can enjoy a day looking at animals or digging in the dirt. Adults can enjoy a stroll around the property and a meditative time with the animals. There are often classes and programs for adults and families as well.
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