Historic Land + Buildings

Ambler Farm is set on twenty-two acres of rolling fields complete with stone walls and breathtaking views. There are several buildings and gardens on the property.

Built circa 1799 by Josiah Raymond

Renovations Underway

Raymond-Ambler House

The farmhouse served as the home for the Raymond and Ambler families for nearly 200 years. Once renovated, the farmhouse will host educational programs, activities, and events.

View Preservation Plan

Built 1880 by George Taylor

Renovated 2006

Carriage Barn

The 40′ x 50′ barn is used as education and meeting space, with an additional kitchen serving a wide-range of activities and programs.

Rent the Carriage Barn

Built 1899 by George Taylor

Partially Renovated

Red Barn

The red barn has become iconic to the Town of Wilton and is a favorite backdrop for our annual music concerts and community events. It is currently part of our working Farm used to support our day-to-day operations. As funds are available, we plan to complete renovations of the red dairy barn.

Built circa 1800 by Josiah Raymond

Private Residence

Yellow House

Built in 1800 by Josiah Raymond, known as the Platt Raymond House, is also owned by the Town of Wilton. The Friends of Ambler Farm may rent this building from the Town which may be used as a future residence for a staff member once it has been fully renovated. 

1904 + 1900

Corn Crib + Ice House

Out Houses

Three other small buildings were torn down after the town acquired the farm because they were too far gone to be saved—a sheep pen, a pig barn, and a farm workers’ cottage.

Completed in 2008

West Field + Educational Gardens

The Gardens

The 1.2-acre garden in the West Field is complete with fencing and a well for irrigation. Ambler Apprentices and our staff maintain the Educational Gardens close to the Yellow House.