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I see you.

Historic Haybarn

Our Historic Almshouse Haybarn.

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Just waiting for ewe.

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Here's looking at you!

Suffolk County Farm


WE HAVE REOPENED!

Come down and visit us anytime between 9am - 3pm to see all your farm friends! We’re so happy to welcome visitors back onto the farm and look forward to seeing our farm friends!

Hello Farm Friends,

We are closely monitoring the current COVID cases in the County and we are following all the guidelines. Please continue to monitor our Facebook page and webpage for updates on our open status. When you visit us, please be sure to wear your mask and sign in at our Visitor Center. It is very important to maintain our open status.


Visitors ages two and over need to wear a face covering when social distancing (6 feet between groups) is not maintained. Children under the age of two do not need to wear a mask.


The Suffolk County Farm and Education Center’s mission is to provide hands-on research-based learning to all residents with themes in agriculture, animal sciences, history, STEM, healthy living, and life skills in a unique year-round learning environment and in community spaces. The Farm’s vision is to connect with our agricultural heritage and to pave the way for a bright, healthy, and sustainable future.

Tens of thousands of visitors join us every year at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center--a real working farm in action! Families can participate in our many special events and get up close to the farm animals. The century-old Farm offers unique educational programs for children Pre-K thru 12th grade, summer day camps, showgrounds, special events, a butterfly house, a certified Nature Explore Classroom and much more.

Contact

Kaylyn Reynolds
Operations Coordinator
kr427@cornell.edu
631-852-4613

Last updated September 9, 2021