Whether you are a first-time visitor or a returning member, there’s always something new to learn at the farm!

Our tours and programming are geared towards families and groups that include all generations (children, parents, grandparents, or caregivers).

Programs are low or no-cost and include options for impromptu visits and drop-ins as well as those intent on walking away with a more holistic understanding of farm operations.


Standing Weekly Public Farm Tours

Public tours are led weekly through the fields for our visitors to experience all that’s going on at the farm and to get acclimated with our grounds, animals, and crops.

Check our events calendar for tour dates

DIY Pizza Pie Workshops

Make your own pizza in our wood-burning oven on Friday nights throughout the summer. Great for all ages!

Check our events calendar for workshop dates



Self Guided Visits

Whenever the field gate is open, the public is welcome to visit the farm for a self-guided tour following designated footpaths and roads.

Grab a map from the entrance or from the Market and explore the fields.

Farm Chores + Story Time

Beginning Memorial Day Weekend!

9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Saturdays + Sundays

Get up weekend mornings ready to pitch in around the farm! Farm Chores & Story Time starts Memorial Day weekend and runs through Labor Day (weather permitting).

Seasonal duties include weeding, digging, planting, chicken chores, bug collecting, etc. After, grab breakfast in the market and enjoy a children’s story in a restful gathering under the red maple.

All ages welcome! Meet by the CSA room near the brick patio at the Market. 



We are delighted to partner with The Children’s Museum of the East End this summer on Farm Club! Meeting five days a week at the farm, this drop-off program will introduce kids to East End agriculture through a combination of hands-on experiences—including helping to feed chickens, collect eggs, and tend crops in the field – plus creative play and educational enrichment. During the program, children will have the opportunity to work alongside actual farmers and participate in an array of engaging activities designed by Museum educators.

Ages: Children 3 to 5 years old

Day/Time: Monday through Friday @ 9:15am – 11:15am

Session 1: July 1st – July 26th

Session 2: July 29th – August 23rd

Cost:  $80/day or $375/week for Museum and Amber Waves Farm CSA Members; $90/day or $425/week for Non-Members

For more information, to register, or to inquire about summer programming scholarships, please contact the Museum at 631.537.8250.



Mondays @ 9:15AM-10AM & 10:15AM-11AM

It’s never too early to learn about farming! During this weekly class, kids (and their caregivers) will join Museum and Amber Waves educators for a program designed for young learners eager to explore the ins and outs of a working East End farm! Through a combination of songs, stories, crafts, and games, each class will help foster a deeper understanding of and appreciation for where our food comes from.

Ages: 24 months – 36 months

Time 1: 9:15am – 10am
Time 2: 10:15am – 11am

Session 1 (Mondays):
 7/1, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22
Session 2 (Mondays): 7/29, 8/5, 8/12, 8/19

Cost: $180/session for Museum and Amber Waves CSA Members; $250/session for non-members.

For more information, to register, or to inquire about summer programming scholarships, please contact the Museum at 631.537.8250.