Immerse yourself in history and natural wonder. Visit the mansion and grounds of Marsh-Billings Rockefeller National Historic Park and experience the true beauty of Vermont.
10 am – 5 pm, Memorial Day weekend in late May – until the end of October.
From Main Street in Woodstock, turn onto Rt. 12 North. Continue over the iron bridge, bearing right up the hill. Park at Billings Farm on the right 1/4 mile up the hill.
Walk across the street to the park. The Carriage Shed is the visitor’s center. You can buy passes here or combination passes for the farm and historic park at Billings Farm.
Tour the mansion and grounds
Read a book, shop in the gift store, and learn about conservation at the Carriage House visitor’s center
Hike the beautiful trails on the grounds (free)
These events request reservations and last an hour.
Women’s Wednesdays at 2 pm $8. Learn about the Rockefeller ladies and how they influenced the estate and the nation.
Art Thursdays at 2 pm. $8. See the landscape art collections at the park.
Fallout Fridays at 2 pm $8. See the massive fallout shelter in the mansion.
Secret Places Sundays at 2 pm. See the servant’s quarters and other areas not open to the public.
Enjoy a Woodland’s Workshop on special days throughout the year for free. Past workshops have included guided hikes to learn about tree identifications, learning about butterflies, forest management and more.
The wide and expansive 20-mile trail network of carriage roads are open year round for hiking, horseback riding, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing.
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