Guided Tours and Events at
Fat Beet Farm

Tours starting this Fall! Events starting now!

Explore the Farm

Join us for an exclusive peek at the inner workings around the farm, including all of our sustainability initiatives and wildlife preservation/restoration projects! We offer a 1-hour walking tour that includes our vegetable gardens, composting and vermiculture, chickens, the biodigester, bees, microgreens, aquaculture systems, wetland, and coastal preservation areas, and more!

There’s so much we want to share with you, so this tour will cover a lot of ground. After the tour, there will also be an opportunity to take home food from our kitchen along with merchandise and local goods. We’re so proud of everything we do, and can’t wait to tell you all about it!

Due to Covid-19, Tours at Fat Beet Farm are postponed until the Fall of 2021.

Tickets: $15 Per Person

3 years & under are free 

OTHER EVENTS & CLASSES

Kids Pumpkin Painting 

Help us kick off October with a pumpkin painting party at the farm! This will be a fun family event for the kids to express their spooky creativity and get in the holiday spirit! The kids will pick their own pumpkin from our pumpkin patch and decorate using paint and other fun craft supplies! 

 

$20 Ticket includes pumpkin, paint, craft supplies, and no fuss cleaning up because we’ve got you covered!

Adult Pumpkin Carving  

Pumpkin carving class on the farm! We will provide the pumpkin (you get to pick it!), carving tools, stencils, two glasses of wine or beer, & some light bites. no mess to clean up- just fun!   

 

Tickets $40 for one or $75  for two!

Must be 21 or older

Buggin’ Out at Fat Beet

Let your kiddos come on Safari at Fat Beet & Bug Out! Kiddos will have an opportunity to explore and find some native and invasive bugs & learn about them and their role in our ecosystem! Kids will be able to catch and inspect all different types of critters from worms, to crabs, to caterpillars!

 

Ages 4-8 years old

Ticket $10 per child & includes a 10% off coupon for you to use at our market while your child is on their safari

Regenerative Agriculture