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Weir River Farm

#9 of 16 things to do in Hingham Features Animals
Turkey Hill Land, Hingham, MA 02043
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View of the ocean from the hill top

Visited this location along with Whitney and Thayer Woods. Great spot to see the ocean from the... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2017
dave d
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Bradford, Massachusetts
A Beautiful Place

I visit Weir River Farm on a regular basis. I love the view from the top of the winding pathway... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2016
jwells3665
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Boston, Massachusetts
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This family-friendly farm, one of the last farms in Hingham, will enthrall visitors with its own family of horses, pigs, cows, chickens, and sheep.
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Turkey Hill Land, Hingham, MA 02043
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Reviewed 10 May 2017

Visited this location along with Whitney and Thayer Woods. Great spot to see the ocean from the top of Turkey hill. The paths connect to Whitney & Thayer and there is even a nice bike path between the two.

Thank dave d
Reviewed 26 July 2016

I visit Weir River Farm on a regular basis. I love the view from the top of the winding pathway that leads down to the farm. From there, you can see the farm, the ocean, and the skyline of Boston - it always reminds me...More

Thank jwells3665
Reviewed 15 July 2015

weir river farm is owned and maintained by the trustees of the reservations for the public ands its membership.The actual working farm is part of a large area which includes, not only a working farm, but also walking trails and turkey hill ,which offers a...More

3  Thank tom k
Reviewed 8 July 2015

Community farms are all the rage these days, but not often are they such a delight to visit. At Weir River Farm, atop a scenic hill from Route 228 in Hingham, a charming pastoral scene unfolds, with the main attraction being the banded galloway cows,...More

2  Thank Roy H
Reviewed 21 January 2015

The trails here are my favorite running spot. It is such a great view from the top of the hill looking down over the cows and across to the Boston skyline. Nothing beats it!

Thank Kate H
Reviewed 4 November 2014

We went for the first time to the Fall Festival, and were very glad we did. Plenty of animals to see and also wreath making, various crafts, pumpkins for sale as well as cider and local honey. Various artists displayed their wares as well -...More

Thank HappyMommy41
Reviewed 22 August 2013

Love going here. Just a nice spot and they grow their own veggies which you can buy. I also bought the beef when they slaughtered a cow. NOt so good. The cows graze free on the grass so I thought the beef would be more...More

1  Thank Carol565
Reviewed 5 August 2013

We visited on a weekend with our two small children and it was lots of fun. There are pigs, horses, chicken, goat and sheep. You can get close to all of them and even pet them. The farm is very family friendly and set in...More

1  Thank emtrip27
Reviewed 29 August 2012

Great place for walks, and they sell their veggies at the Hingham farmer market at the weekend. I love driving by and seeing the animals grazing. They also have open days for kids.

1  Thank Craicshack
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