Group Tours at Casey Farm (c. 1750)

Experience history, explore the land

Explore this coastal working farm that is located on the ancestral homeland of the Narragansett people. Learn about the role of farming in colonial Rhode Island and the plantations like Casey Farm that once were tied to slavery. Eight generations of the Casey family owned the 300 acres from 1702 to 1955, some influential in national events. Today, our farmers cultivate organic produce for a CSA and seasonal farmers market and we run a wide range of educational programs.

Tour the farmyard to visit the heritage-breed animals, the cemetery where generations of Caseys are memorialized, and the farm house museum gallery featuring family portraits and cultural objects representing all the people of this land. Follow the trails to organic vegetable and flower gardens and enjoy the scenery with historic farm buildings, stone walls, and natural beauty.

2325 Boston Neck Road, Saunderstown, R.I.

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Guided Farmyard and Cemetery Tour

We are happy to work with you to customize your experience.

Enjoy an approximately 45-minute guided tour; please allow one hour for your visit. Up to 12 visitors can tour the house with each guide; generally we can accommodate up to 50 visitors on tours at one time. Accommodations can be made for larger groups. Please note that the tour requires a considerable amount of walking. If members of your group need special assistance, please let the museum know in advance.

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