Visitors are able to see a century old working farm which still holds a tie to the past through the historic hay barn, while showcasing present-day agriculture on Long Island.
4-H youth education programs using research-based 4-H projects are available for children pre-K to 12th grade and for those with special needs. Fun-filled education programs attract over 50,000 visitors annually. Includes our fall festival Pumpkinfest (the first weekend of October) and Baby Animal Days (the first weekend in May).
Long Island Expressway - Traveling East
Leave the LIE at Exit 67. Turn right and travel approximately ¼ mile to the Cornell Cooperative Extension Suffolk County Farm sign on the right. Turn right onto the entrance road.