Experience living history at the world's oldest, continuous Morgan horse breeding farm. 



    Photo (c) Tracey Buyce

Welcoming visitors May through October 2020.

Guests can experience a guided tour that runs on the hour- no need to make a reservation. Wander up to the Remount Barn and visit with mares and foals in spring; all will have "C" names 2020. Plan a picnic lunch, watch the comings and goings of a working horse farm nestled in the picturesque countryside. 

Explore the lobby hertiage displays and visit the gift shop for delightful equine-themed and local gifts. 

The UVM Morgan Horse Farm is located in the small village of Weybridge, just a few miles from downtown Middlebury, VT. The main campus of the University of Vermont is located about an hour north, in Burlington.

Throughout the tourism season, which begins in May and ends in late October, visitors are welcome daily from 9am-4pm, no reservations are required for small groups. For large groups and tour bus operators, please call or email to schedule a tour. Reservations are first come, first serve for group tours.  

Educational events are offered throughout the season. The 2020 Calendar of Events will be up in early January, 2020.

The 32nd Equine Reproduction Workshop will be held on April 3rd and 4th, 2020.

For information about visiting, including hours of operation, admission rates, and seasonal events, please call 802-388-2011 or email uvmorgan@uvm.edu.


74 Battell Drive
Weybridge, VT 05753
(ph) 802-388-2011
(f) 802-388-0844

2020 Tourism Information

Visiting hours: 9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily 

Tours: 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

Admission: $5 per adults, 5-17 years $3, under 5 free. Special rates available for school tours and other groups by advance arrangement.