There are loads of activities for the whole family available every day at The Farm at Eastman’s Corner. Come on down and see for yourself!
Our Animal Barn was built by students at the Seacoast School of Technology and is home to our family of Nigerian Dwarf Goats. These goats are smaller in stature than other breeds. They’re extremely friendly with people and children. When you come up to the fence of the Animal Barn yard, they’ll almost certainly come over to say hello.
The barn is also home to our two Vietnamese Pot Bellied Pigs, LuLu and Penny, who also love visits from little folks and their families.
The hens of Cluckingham Palace are New Hampshire Reds, a breed known for their hardiness and ability to stand up to New England’s tough winter weather. Standard commercial laying hens are confined to a cage space smaller than an 8 by 11″ piece of paper. Our chickens enjoy a much happier life with plenty of room to roam around.
Stay and Play Gazebo
Our Stay and Play Gazebo offers a shady spot to eat a picnic lunch or hang out with friends. Make faces in the funhouse mirrors or write on the chalkboard. We stock the gazebo with crayons and pencils for little artists to enjoy. Right next to the gazebo are our floor chimes. Jump on them to see what sounds you can make!
The Lewis Family, founders of The Farm at Eastman’s Corner, are great believes in making art accessible and welcoming to all. They’ve installed several pieces from their collection at The Farm. The most notable is John Lopez’s Blackhawk, the scrap metal plow horse in front of the store walkway. Horse by Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman stands on the Rt. 107 side of the property. New Hampshire sculptor Joseph Gray’s enormous Eagle Bench offers a fun place to eat, relax or play near our greenhouses.
We’re also very proud of the mural on our Animal Barn, painted in 2016 by students at Kensington Elementary School.
Playground and Playhouse
Our playground and playhouse are available for families to use whenever they visit The Farm. Let your imagination run wild!
Pick-Your-Own Blueberries (seasonal)
Our pick-your-own blueberry season usually kicks off around the second week of July and runs to the end of the month. To participate, go into the store and purchase an empty pint or quart container, then head out to the blueberry patch and fill it up. No need to come back in to check out. Inquire with us to find out when our annual Blueberry picking season will occur!