About Drumlin Farm

Drumlin Farm's red barn © Pei Ren
© Pei Ren

At Drumlin Farm, you can experience life on a working farm and explore a wildlife sanctuary at the same time!

Visit pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, and cows in the farmyard; learn how crops are sustainably grown on-site; walk the trails to explore field, forest, and wetland habitat; and observe resident owls, hawks, and a fox in their native wildlife exhibits.


208 South Great Road, Lincoln, MA 01773
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NOTE: In very cold or stormy weather, fewer animals will be visible in the pastures.

Barns, Trails, & Grounds

Tuesday–Sunday, 9 am-4 pm • Closed Mondays (except holidays)
Restrooms are located next to the Picnic Area & by the Red Barn

→ For your safety and to avoid conflicts with wildlife, please follow our sanctuary guidelines (including leaving dogs at home) during your visit.

Mass Audubon Shop

Thursday–Sunday, 10 am–4 pm
Other days by appointment (781-259-2214)
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Members, Lincoln residents, & Hanscom AFB residents: Free
Nonmembers: $9 Adults, $6 Seniors (65+), $6 Children (2-12)

As a way to increase access to nature, Mass Audubon also offers several free admission programs at our wildlife sanctuaries.




Trail Mileage

4 miles (0.5 miles universally accessible)
Details & trail map >

Sanctuary Highlights

  • Farm and nature programs for all ages including summer camp, birding walks, nature-based preschool, and more.
  • School and group programs for all ages and grade levels.
  • Three-season CSA program (Spring, Summer, and Fall), plus a seasonal Farm Stand that sells a variety of Drumlin Farm produce and other products.
  • Easy hike to the top of our drumlin, one of the highest points in the Greater Boston area.
  • The Mass Audubon Shop, which carries products that help celebrate the wonders of nature. 

→ Do NOT bring orphaned or injured wildlife to our sanctuary ←

While some of our wildlife residents do require special care as a result of their injuries, we are not a rehabilitation center. If you encounter an injured animal, please contact a state-licensed wildlife rehabilitator.

Find a rehabilitator on MassWildlife's website >