Weir Farm National Historic Site is a 68-acre national park that preserves the life and work of Julian (J.) Alden Weir, a leading figure in the American Impressionist movement. The home, studios, and a significant portion of the landscape remain largely intact as one of the nation’s finest remaining landscapes of American art. The park continues to be a source of inspiration for artists and visitors to carry on this artistic tradition.
Grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset, year-round.
Help yourself to park brochures, self-guided tours, Junior Ranger activities and a National Park passport stamp on the visitor center porch. Plein air painters are always welcome.
From May 1 through October 31,
Open Wednesday through Sunday
- Stop in the visitor center and museum store, 10am to 4pm
- Enjoy free guided tours of the Weir House at 11am, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm; Weir and Young Studios open 10am to 4pm
- Take Park in Art! Borrow free art supplies on the visitor center porch.