Historical Hayride Tour

draft horses hooked up for a hay ride

The property that now is called Stonewall Farm has a long agricultural history dating back to the 1700s when the land was cleared for the first homestead. Today the property is managed by Stonewall Farm and half of the land protected with a conservation easement managed by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. You will visit the Pemberton foundation, the original homestead on the property and learn what was discovered during an archeological dig, the railroad tunnel, and the old stagecoach route, the cobbler and more. Enjoy the 30-minute tour via hay wagon ride pulled by our Belgian draft horses, Max and Jack.

Date: Coming soon

Fees: $20 per person (limit of 12 people per ride. For private reservations see the hayride reservation section of our website).

GENERAL REGISTRATION NOTICE FOR FARM TOURS: All tours start and end in the program room of the Learning Center, across the street from the dairy and horse barns. All programming at Stonewall Farm is rain or shine except during thunder and lighting or blizzards. Please wear closed toes shoes with good traction that you don’t mind stepping in soil, mud or cow patties. If you want to know if a program is canceled due to inclement weather, please call email jdavenson@stonewallfarm.org. We have a 48-hour cancellation policy for all tickets. For a refund, minus a processing fee, please contact us within 48 hours of your visit at 603-357-7278.