• Cove Cabin

    Overlook Mount Hope Bay on the day you say "I Do"
  • The Barn

    Come enjoy the rustic elegance of our Barn...
  • Beauty behind the gates

    Come explore our gardens, grounds and walking trails...
  • The Governor Bradford House

    The Inn and surrounding landscape spans five centuries of American history...
  • Fireside Lectures

    Join us for our fireside lecture series...

IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION

Mount Hope Farm is a community resource and active in many civic activities. However, right now we need to reduce our accessibility and events in order to be in compliance with the recent health guidance from both federal and state authorities.  We are taking the following actions:

The Farm will be officially “closed” until further notice except for scheduled Farm events. All lectures, and group events are curtailed. In addition, we have closed the access to the public for dog walking and other walkers as we are using the early spring to landscape and plant grass etc. Unfortunately, we have used signage and personal communication to request these users to avoid the work zone areas but some have not been cooperative therefore, until landscape conditions stabilize, access to trails is temporarily closed.

Our normal farmers market as we know it will be suspended until we open in the Field later in May. Until then , we will adopt a program that the public can order from our vendors and pick up in the Farm parking lot on Saturday morning from 9-11 am. We want to continue to support our local farmers and be in compliance with the health guidelines. You can read this week's  Farmers Market newsletter to order from our vendors here

Refresh at Mount Hope Farm

Mount Hope Farm is a classic New England farm and landscape, located on 127 acres of pristine open space in Bristol, RI. A national historic site and 501(c)3, The Farm is owned and operated by the Mount Hope Trust in Bristol. The mission of The Trust is to preserve and protect its buildings and grounds and to encourage use of the Farm's buildings and landscape.

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