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Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site

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My July 4th visit was cut short due to a scheduling conflict, however, the time that I was able to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Paul G
Tucson, Arizona
Wonderful Slice of Local History

This is a wonderful place to get a glimpse into the life of Robert Frost, and what inspired many of... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2018
Londonderry, New Hampshire
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Farm where Frost lived, raised his children and wrote.
122 Rockingham Rd, Route 28, Derry, NH 03038-4161
+1 603-432-3091
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My July 4th visit was cut short due to a scheduling conflict, however, the time that I was able to spend was certainly worthwhile The ladies at the visitor were warm, friendly and very knowledgeable. The tour presentation was enjoyable, however, as mentioned I was...More

Thank Paul G
Reviewed June 1, 2018 via mobile

This is a wonderful place to get a glimpse into the life of Robert Frost, and what inspired many of his writings. Come by to watch a short film, take a tour of his homestead and hike on his property. This is a beautiful spot...More

Thank hjbjd
Reviewed May 31, 2018

The site is very well kept. There is a video to tell you a little about Robert Frost's poetry. The guide had so much information to share and gave a very nice tour of the house. If you are in the area, stop by. The...More

Thank Donald R
Reviewed May 16, 2018 via mobile

A trip to a home of my favorite poet has been on my bucket list for years. 40 years ago I used to drive past this farm that Tolbert Frost lived on with his family in the early 1900’s.

Thank Janis G
Reviewed February 4, 2018

A friend and I were glad we stopped by the Robert Frost Farm to take in some of the history and culture in such a pretty setting. We've always loved Frost's poetry, especially his "Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening" and "Mending Wall", the...More

Thank GraceMarieGMC
Reviewed August 18, 2017 via mobile

Farm house that Robert Frost lived in in Derry. Very knowledgeable staff. The barn is open for a video presentation. There is a fee for a 45 minute tour of the house. If you like poetry or Robert Frost, it's worth the stop

1  Thank B W
Reviewed July 14, 2017 via mobile

Amazing how well the state has preserved the home of New Hampshire's best known poet. Trails and farm are just amazing in Fall foliage season.

Thank 882joels
Reviewed May 23, 2017

Having, for many years, wanted to visit the farm which inspired much of Robert Frost's wonderful poetry, I was thrilled to find that I was staying, with my friend in New Hampshire, not too far away from it. We visited on a beautiful sunny day...More

2  Thank Nottoooldtotravel_10
Reviewed May 10, 2017

My husband and I stopped in to the Robert Frost Farm and were not disappointed in our experience! The main museum room was very well done and informative, and it's definitely worth taking the house tour for a mere $5. Seth was a wonderful tour...More

1  Thank Kara B
Reviewed April 18, 2017 via mobile

I'd your into history, Jack Frost Farms is a great place to start. Very interesting. You can see how they lived walk the ground and it tells you in certain places during the walk the history of what went on at different years of his...More

Thank Meri P
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