Come ‘home’ to Ambler Farm! Roam our organic gardens and rolling fields. Visit our seasonal farm stand and our animals. Picnic with your family, take photos and check out our historic buildings. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Ambler Farm is open every day, dawn to dusk. There is no cost to visit, unless you are attending a specific event or program where a nominal fee applies.
Ambler Farm is located at 257 Hurlbutt Street in Wilton, Connecticut.
Parking is available in the gravel parking area across from the white Carriage Barn. Please note: Our summer camp runs 5 days a week, from Monday June 14th – Friday August 13th. If you are visiting the Farm between 8:30am – 1:30pm during camp hours, we ask that you please park in the Hurlbutt Street Soccer Parking lot and walk in. Please use the steps leading into the Farm. For larger events and the weekly farm stand (Saturdays, June – October), parking is in the grass field north of the Red Barn. Please be courteous to our neighbors and do NOT park on Hurlbutt Street or surrounding streets. Handicap parking is available in the paved parking area adjacent to the white Carriage Barn.
Ambler Farm is pleased to host a variety of educational programs and community events. Please view our calendar for current offerings, and visit our annual happenings page to start planning for the year.
Visitors are welcome to explore our grounds. Please note that access to certain areas may be limited during Ambler Farm programming such as field trips, birthday parties and summer camp.
For large groups of 10 or more, we ask that you please refer to our rental guidelines to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all of our visitors. Please contact Ashley Kineon, Executive Director, for additional information.
Please respect our farm and fellow visitors by following the guidelines listed below:
Amplified music is prohibited at any time, except for specific Ambler Farm programs or events.
We follow the Town of Wilton’s “Carry In, Carry Out” policy. Please remove any garbage you bring to the farm.
Smoking is not allowed in our gardens, educational areas, or anywhere near the animals. Smoking is also prohibited inside all of the farm’s structures.
We love animals! Please keep yours, and ours, safe. Dogs are not allowed inside the fenced-in gardens or in the educational area where our animals reside. Dogs are also not allowed inside the farm stand, sugar shack or transplant sale area. Dogs are not allowed inside the buildings at any time. This is for the safety and health of our volunteers and staff, as well as visitors and those who purchase our produce. Many people, especially children, are frightened by dogs, even small ones, or they may be allergic. Out of an abundance of caution, we ask that you keep your dog on a leash. Dogs running on their own create opportunities for close contact, something we are trying to avoid at this time.
Please pick up after your dogs.
Please be aware of other people visiting or working at the farm. We expect all visitors to be respectful of our animals, our fields and each other at all times. Disruptive behavior is prohibited.
Children must be supervised at all times. Stay off all farm equipment including and not limited to tractors, mowers and trailers.
Dumping of leaves or other debris in our compost area is strictly prohibited. Professional landscapers with leaves should contact Jonathan Kirschner: email@example.com
Photography is allowed at the farm. Please see our Photography Guidelines for more information. Drones are not allowed.
Anyone not abiding by any portion of these guidelines will be asked to leave the farm. Please contact Ashley Kineon, Executive Director, with any questions.