The Taylor Bray Farm is located in Yarmouthport and is open to the public! In 1639, the farm was founded by Richard “of the rock” Taylor while the land was still part of the historic Plymouth colony. It remained in the Taylor family for many years until 1896, when the Bray brothers, who both worked on the farm for the Taylors, purchased the property. In 1987 the farm was purchased by the town. It is now run by the collaborative efforts of several preservation groups. Today, the smaller 22 acre property is a working farm. It has donkeys, goats, cattle, sheep and chickens. Visit with the farm’s sheep, cows, chickens and donkeys.
Upcoming Special Events
Saturday, October 7
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Rain Date, Sunday
Go for a hay wagon ride, Play olde time games
Enter the Giant Pumpkin raffle for kids
Tour the 18th century Samuel Taylor Farmhouse
Learn the history of the Farm revealed through the Farm archaeology project
Refreshments: Apple cider, apple cider donut holes, hot dogs and more
Get your Halloween pumpkins, many grown here at the farm
Taylor-Bray Farm calendars, hats, T-shirts, activity books and other items
And of course, visit the animals.
Taylor-Bray Farm, 108Bray-Farm Road North, Yarmouth Port.