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Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village

Agritourism Specialty

With 17 buildings and 1750 acres of land, Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village is home to the only active Shaker Community in the world and is a National Historic Landmark. The Shakers have been farming since 1783. See Scottish highland cattle, sheep, bees, orchards, gardens and 1830’s barns. The Shaker Museum provides guided tours, volunteer opportunities, workshops, and special events.

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Agritourism Activities

Participants in Open Farm Day with guided tours of the 1830s barns by Brother Arnold Hadd. Tours of the Shaker Museum offered Memorial Day through Columbus Day Monday-Saturday.

Main Characteristics:

Agritourism Fibers Specialty Products

Member Details





  • Wool


  • Apples


  • Agritourism
  • Specialty


  • Beef Cattle
  • Hogs/Swine
  • Sheep

Main Characteristics

  • Agritourism
  • Fibers
  • Specialty Products

Other Farm Products

  • Christmas Trees
  • Hay
  • Honey
  • Wreaths

Other Processed Products

  • Candy/Confections/Snacks
  • Dried Herbs and Seasonings
  • Fiber Products (yarns and finished goods)
  • Soaps

Payments Accepted

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Credit Cards
  • PayPal

Processed Vegetable/Fruit Products

  • Condiments/Pickles/Relishes
  • Jams/Jellies/Preserves

Type of Activity

  • Arts/Crafts and Music Festivals
  • Tours
  • Educational Workshops
  • Birdwatching
  • History and Heritage Tours
  • Display Gardens/Flower or Horticultural Demonstrations
  • Special Occasions
  • Wagon/Carriage/Sleigh Rides


  • Herbs, fresh


  • Wholesale to Colleges/Universities
  • Wholesale to Consumer Buying Clubs
  • Wholesale to Convenience Stores
  • Wholesale to Corporate Gift Sales
  • Wholesale to Corporate/Business
  • Wholesale to Day Cares/Summer Camps
  • Wholesale to Florists
  • Wholesale to Gift Stores
  • Wholesale to Hospitals
  • Wholesale to Jails/Prisons/Other
  • Wholesale to Natural Food Stores
  • Wholesale to Nursing Homes
  • Wholesale to Restaurants
  • Wholesale to Schools
  • Wholesale to Specialty Food Stores
  • Wholesale to Supermarkets
  • Wholesale to Yarn Shops