Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm

Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm

5 Little's Lane | Newbury, MA 01951

(978) 462-2634



Learn about life on a farm over the centuries through hands-on activities. Pump water from the well outside the kitchen or sit in a horsehair-covered rocking chair and look through a stereo-viewer in the nineteenth-century parlor. Become an archaeologist as you piece “artifacts” together. Explore nature trails, and enjoy a picnic under ancient maple trees. The farm is open on a drop-in basis.

Nature walks, family events, and lectures are held at the farm year-round. Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm visitor center houses a museum gift shop offering books, gifts and local products.

Also nearby are the 1678 Coffin House and the 1670 Swett-Ilsley House, also available for group tours and by appointment. Nearby the 1785 Rocky Hill Meeting House is available for weddings and functions and by appointment.

Visit Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm:
Thursday – Sunday, June 1 to October 15
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Grounds open sunrise to sunset, year round.
Closed most major holidays.

$5 adults
$4 seniors
$4 students
Free for Historic New England members. Become a member.

Location and directions
Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm
5 Little’s Lane
Newbury, Mass. 01951

Directions detail: Take I-95 to Route 113, Newburyport. Route 113 turns into Route 1A (High Road). Follow Route 1A for 3.7 miles. Turn left onto Little’s Lane.


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