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We are finalizing the details for a modified 2021 tourism season. Please stay tuned!


Tourism season typically begins mid-May and ends in late October, exact 2021 dates are being finalized. COVID-protocols are still in development for 2021, but all visitors must register in advance. Information will be coming soon on how to sign up. Tour bus operators must email uvmorgan(at)uvm.edu for more information.

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Celebrating the Centennial of the historic statue of Figure

This year, the iconic bronze statue of Figure on the lawn of the Morgan Horse Farm will turn 100. We plan to mark this historic occasion with special progams and events- details will be unveiled soon!

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.

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

Traveling to the UVM Morgan Horse Farm:

The farm is flanked on two sides by small bridges with weight/size restrictions, so visitors in large vehicles/campers/busses should avoid traveling on Seymourt St. or Campground Rd to Pearson Rd.

Our recomendation is to travel into the beautiful town of Middlebury and breifly head west on Rt. 125. Just before the Middlebury College campus, take a right onto Rt. 23 towards Weybridge. After about a mile and a half, take a right onto Pulp Mill Bridge Rd, and then continue straight onto Morgan Horse Farm Rd. The farm is about two miles out on the right, can't miss it!

Questions about traveling? Please call 802-388-2011 and we would be happy to help you. 

Ranked #1 of the top 15 best things to do in Middlebury on Trip Advisor. 

The guided tour provided to guests is consistently a top experience for guests visiting Vermont.

Our tour guides are knowledgable and take pride in sharing the story of this important American equine institution.

We look foward to welcoming guests again in 2021.