Published on November 5, 2020

Take a Family Tour of the Sanctuary

Chickens in the Drumlin farmyard in late fall

Available through January 31

Schedule a personalized, private, and safe guided tour for your family that connects you to the wonders of nature and farming!

Each two-hour program is led by a Mass Audubon naturalist, who will guide your group of up to 10 people on an exploration around the sanctuary.

You'll take part in hands-on investigations of plants and animals and discover how to observe the interactions and life cycles of various habitats.

Preregistration is required.

Cost

Members

Nonmembers

$130 per family (up to 5 people)
$10 per additional person*
$150 per family (up to 5 people)
$12 per additional person*
   

*Maximum 10 people per program

How to Book

To register your group, please email us with your preferred program, date, and time (see below). We'll then follow-up with you to finalize the details.

→ Payment is due in full at time of booking.

Scheduling Options 

  • Days: Tuesdays through Sundays
  • Times: 2-hour blocks available in morning (ends by noon) or afternoon (begins after 1:00 pm)

Program Choices

 Farm Chores

We need your help caring for our farm animals! Spend a morning or afternoon at the farm where you'll collect eggs and feed hay to the sheep, goats, cows, and chickens. Afterwards, you'll spend some quality time hanging out in the pens/pastures with some of our farmyard friends.

Habitat Hike

Join one of our Teacher Naturalists for a seasonal hike on pathways less travelled, over the drumlin and through the woods, as you search for animal tracks and signs and investigate their New England winter survival strategies. What plants and animals will we find along the way?


More Adventures Await

Private family tours are also available at Mass Audubon's other Metro West wildlife sanctuaries—Broadmoor in Natick and Habitat in Belmont. Explore them all this fall and winter!