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Weir River Farm

Weir River Farm

Originally part of a picturesque, early-20th-century country estate, Hingham's Weir River Farm today is a 75-acre working farm that produces vegetables, flowers, meat, and eggs for local families.

Polly Thayer Starr, a world-renowned artist, generously donated her family’s historic estate to The Trustees, and opened it to the public in 2000. The property began as a visitor-centered barnyard, where a great variety of donated animals lived, and today we're transitioning the farm back to its agricultural roots. You're always welcome to bring the kids and visit our livestock and working barnyard, and to walk along the trails meandering through the open pastures and woods. Learn more about visiting Weir River Farm >>

Weir River Farm also provides sustainably- grown local food through our meat and egg program.

And, you don't want to miss out on our many educational programs and special events. From open barnyard Saturdays, to our 4-H program, to our popular camp for preschoolers, to our annual Fall Festival, we offer kids and adults of all ages a fun, interactive experience on the farm. You'll learn about where our food comes from and what life is like on a real farm and, best of all, you'll get your hands dirty helping in the fields and barnyard. Learn more >>