This sanctuary has the following universally accessible facilities: Nature Center, Restrooms, Audubon Shop, Farm Loop Trail
Nature Center/Trail Hours:
Drumlin Farm is open Tuesday-Sunday year-round, except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Please note, we are closed on Mondays except on federal Monday holidays. Occasionally, we are closed to general visitation for special events.
Nature Center Hours:
March 1-October 31, Tuesday-Sunday and Monday holidays 9:00 am-5:00 pm
November 1-February 28, Tuesday-Sunday and Monday holidays 9:00 am-4:00 pm.
Trails: Open only when
the nature center is open.
The Audubon Shop at Drumlin Farm: open year round Tuesday-Sunday and Monday holidays,10:00 am-5:00 pm.
*Please note* that the Audubon Shop has different hours.
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary has many buildings and areas that are fully accessible. We welcome people of all abilities. If you wish to bring your service animal to Drumlin Farm we ask that you please call 781-259-2200 at least 48 hours in advance so that we can assist you in planning an enjoyable and safe visit. Be sure to check in at our admissions window at the Nature Center upon arrival.
From the north and south: Take Rt I-95 north or south to exit 26 (Rt 20, Weston/Waltham). Follow signs for Rt 20 east. At the second traffic light, take a left and follow signs for Rt 117. At the next traffic light, take a left onto Rt 117 west. Follow Rt 117 west for 4.5 miles and the sanctuary is on the left.
From the east and west: Take
Rt 2 east or west to Rt 126.
Turn onto Rt 126 south (Walden
Pond) and follow for 2.5 miles
to the intersection of Rt 126 and
Rt 117. Take a left onto Rt 117
east and the sanctuary is one mile
ahead on the right.
By public transportation:
Take the MBTA commuter rail to Lincoln Station. Walk south one block on Lincoln Road. Cross Codman Road and continue south on Lincoln Rd to the intersection with Rt 117. Cross Rt 117, turn left and enter Drumlin Farm through the wall onto the paved path that leads to the Nature Center.
Using GPS may direct you to Mass Audubon Headquarters offices which are across the street from Drumlin Farm and share the same address. Please look for the Drumlin Farm sign on the south side of Rt. 117.