Explore our Property & Campus

Shelburne Farms Map
  • Orchard Cove House

    Once a privately owned residence, Orchard Cove House is now being used by the Farm to pilot multi-day, retreat-style residential programs.

  • The Old Dairy Barn

    The Old Dairy Barn (1891), stabled brood mares for W. Seward Webb

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  • The Breeding Barn

    The Breeding Barn (1891) was the center of W. Seward Webb's grand horse-breeding operation. Until 1939, it was the largest open-span wooden structure in America. The Breeding Barn is undergoing structural stabilization to serve as a three-season gathering hall for educational, agricultural and community uses.

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  • The Coach Barn

    The Coach Barn hosts events and workshops for Shelburne Farms, other nonprofits, and private groups. Our annual Art Exhibition & Sale is held here every September. The site enables like-minded groups and community members to convene in an inspiring setting, and the revenue helps support the Farm's education programs.

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  • The Inn

    The Inn at Shelburne Farms was originally the 19th-century country home of Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb. Restored in 1987, the three-season inn retains its historic character and continues its long tradition of warm hospitality and informal elegance.

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  • The Dairy

    Our dairy supports about 110 milking cows, all purebred Brown Swiss. We craft the milk into an artisanal cheddar on the property. The primarily pasture-based dairy defines our working landscape and is part of our campus for learning about sustainability.

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  • Lone Tree Hill

    Don't miss a trail walk to this beautiful height of land, offering spectacular views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks to the west, and of the Green Mountains to the east. A memorial to Derick V. Webb, who donated the Farm's lands and buildings to the nonprofit, is located nearby.

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  • The Market Garden

    Our 7-acre garden--on the site of the original estate's gardens--grows organic vegetables and fruits for the farm and beyond, and is a campus for learning about our ties to the land. Our gardener collaborates with our chef to grow produce for the Inn's "farm to table" restaurant.

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  • The Farm Barn

    Headquarters for the farm since its completion in 1890, the Farm Barn now houses administrative offices, our education programs, Children

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  • The Welcome Center & Farm Store

    Open year-round, offering our award-winning cheddar, Vermont crafts and products, and books for all ages on nature, farming, and the environment. Originally the North Gatehouse, this is where your farm visit begins.

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