An official Path Through History Site! Housed in the 1930s farm complex built by John D. Rockefeller Jr., Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture is an 80-acre four-season working farm, restaurant and education center devoted to teaching, demonstrating and promoting sustainable, community-based food production. In addition to tours (guided, audio or self-guided) and classes, visitors can walk along farm roads that pass fields where cattle, chickens, pigs, ducks, turkeys and sheep graze. The property connects to the adjacent, 1,233-acre Rockefeller State Park Preserve. Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture is working to change the way America eats and farms. In a world dominated by industrial-scale agriculture, the farm and education center are a laboratory for resilient, sustainable agriculture and for ideas that can create a new food future — one that is better for people, communities and the environment. Wed. - Fri., 10:00 am - 5:00 pm The Center will be open to the public free of charge. Every afternoon, we will offer a free 40-minute tour at 3:00 pm. Drop in! No need to register in advance. On Fridays, we will continue to offer our 90-minute Insider’s Tour, for which tickets may be purchased in advance. Sat. and Sun., 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. On a Saturday or Sunday visit to Stone Barns, participate in a variety of seasonal, hands-on activities and drop-in tours all included with your one-day admission ticket. $20/adults and $10/youth. Children under 2 are free.