Muscoot Farm

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  • Address: 51 NY-100, Katonah, NY 10536, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-9148647282
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Farm

Muscoot Farm is a place near Somers where you can visit an interpretive farm from the early nineteenth-century. The dairy farm was once a private property which was turned into a unique museum in 1970s. Today, when you visit the Farm, you will get to see many of the old structures in their original state. Blacksmith shop, milk house, dairy barn are some of the place which will help you in understanding how farming was back then. Local as well as rare farm animals are also kept here. Though you are not allowed to feed those animals, you can still learn a lot about them here. The main house is surrounded by beautiful gardens and numerous walking trails. You will get a chance to explore these woods at a leisurely pace. If you have a couple of hours to spare, visit Muscoot Farm to spend a quality time with your loved ones.

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  • Muscoot Farm Address: 51 NY-100, Katonah, NY 10536, USA, United States
  • Muscoot Farm Contact Number: +1-9148647282
  • Muscoot Farm Timing: 24-hrs
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  • Nice place. Saw a mama pig with piglets. While mom walked, some of them nursed. We went for a hike, made a wrong turn, and hayride driver saved us. Cindy Sack's oils and watercolors in the house were real nice.

  • My wife and I had a good time. Nice little place to go and check out with the kids. Probably good to get there early because by the time we were leaving it started to get packed. plenty of cool animals to check out like chickens, horses, huge pigs and goats. They had a nice farmers market with a lot of interesting vendors. Cool place to check out and the animals were very friendly.

  • Pretty cool, was only there for a birthday party, but I did enjoy it. My 2 year old and I saw quite a few animals. Lots of animal poop, comes with the territory. Good experience as long as you are prepared for the smell and the 💩.

  • Fun for a quick afternoon. Its not huge by any means, but its definitely a good way to spens an afternoon. Bring a picnic lunch or grab a bite at the snack bar and enjoy the scenery! (Plus...piglets!)

  • If you live in NYC and looking for a nice farm for your kids, this is the best place! The food is good and you can have a nice picnic here too.

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