Visit Stone Barns Center

Map Your Visit


Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture is a nonprofit organization working to promote ecological agriculture and a culture of eating that supports sustainable farming practices.

Campus entry and all experiences except breakfast require reservations.

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Stone Barns Center Map (PDF)

For self-guided tours of Stone Barns, explore these story maps:  



Vegetable Fields

Woodland pond

Where are the animals?
The button below links to a map which displays the most recent recorded location for our animal groups. We encourage exploration, but request respect of farmers’ work as well as animals by keeping a safe distance and staying on designated paths. Many fences are electrified for protection of animals. Please do not pet the animals.

Where Are The Animals?

Visitor Health and Safety
All guests 12 years and older are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. You may upload your credentials in advance of your visit here or please be prepared to show proof on arrival. Proof can include your vaccination card, a picture of the card on your phone, or a state-provided digital record. All Blue Hill and Stone Barns staff adhere to the same guidelines.

To protect our family and yours, masks are required when visiting the campus, regardless of vaccination status. We ask all guests to maintain physical distancing during their stay. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, are showing symptoms of COVID-19, or have had close contact with a person who has a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days, we ask that you stay home and monitor your health.

When visiting, we advise you to wear clothing appropriate for a day out on the farm. You may encounter uneven terrain, farm equipment and unfamiliar sights, sounds and smells. We encourage you to explore but ask you to respect our farmers’ work as well as our animals and crops by keeping a safe distance and staying on designated paths.

Please remember that many fences are electrified for our animals’ protection. Do not pet our animals. Whenever possible, and always before eating, clean your hands by washing and lathering vigorously for at least 20 seconds before rinsing. Wipes and sanitizers do not provide adequate protection. Children under 5, pregnant people, and individuals with heart disease or compromised immune systems should exercise caution while visiting any farm.