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Shelburne Farms

National Historic Landmark, 1400-acre working farm and nonprofit environmental education center, the Shelburne-based Shelburne Farms is a Vermont treasure. Shelburne Farms was created in 1886 by William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb as a model agricultural estate. In 1972 it became an educational nonprofit, and today it features a 125 cow dairy, 400 acres of sustainable managed woodlands, a children's farmyard, inn, restaurant and more. They also sponsor a wide range of education programs for students, families and others.

Shelburne Farms is open year round from 10-4, with guided tours available May through October. General admission to the grounds are $6/adults, $5/seniors, $4/3-14 year olds and under 3 free (Shelburne residents and members also get in for free). Be sure to check out their Website for tour information, an online product catalog, calendar of events and much more. Shelburne Farms can be reached at 802-985-8686.

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