About Boyden Farm

The Boyden Farm and the neighboring village of Cambridge are in the shadow of Mt. Mansfield on a rich flood plain of the Lamoille River, with good loam soil that favors the growing of crops and hay.

Over the years, the farm has evolved from a dairy farm to raising cattle for all-natural beef. In addition, the farm has become an activities hub for the surrounding area, hosting numerous public & private events in its indoor & outdoor spaces. Our barn is the perfect place for your next big event, and one which your guests are sure to remember.

Our early 1800's hand-hewn post & beam structure, with 30ft. cathedral ceilings, makes a beautiful gathering place for wedding receptions, family reunions, corporate functions, and summer concerts (when it rains).

The barn features an open floor plan of 4000 square feet to plan your event in. Four raised & railed seating areas, with antique oak square tables and matching slat back chairs for up to 200 guests. Restrooms, caterer's prep area, bar, band & dance floor. All handicap accessible.

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About Our Barn

In winter 2007, the hayloft was converted into a new events barn. This early 1800's hand-hewn post & beam structure with 30 ft. cathedral ceilings makes a beautiful gathering place for wedding receptions, family reunions, corporate functions, and summer concerts when it rains.

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About Our History

The Boyden Farm sits on land settled in the late 1700's by the Fassett family, then owned by the Gates family in the 1800's. A granite monument, on a small hill across route 104 from the Boyden Farm house, marks the Gates family cemetery whose oldest stone dates to about 1810.

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About Our Farm

The Boyden Farm, true to its heritage, diversifies its farm-based businesses with an emphasis on our slogan: "Know where your food comes from."

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