Dogs: You are welcome to walk your dog at Weir Farm National Historical Park and the Weir Preserve, the 110-acre network of hiking trails directly adjacent to the property, as long as it remains leashed. Please pick up after your pet - a pet waste station is located in the parking lot, at the Weir Pond trailhead, and behind the Burlingham Barn/Restrooms.
Winter Weather Information: Park trails are not cleared in winter, and the pathways around the buildings are often icy - use caution if visiting the park in winter. Park grounds remain open in snowy or icy weather, however parking areas are not cleared until 1-3 days after snowfall/storm event ends. Trails and parking lot may be icy or uncleared. Use caution if driving to the park and onsite as conditions may be hazardous.
Visit in the Off-Season
November through April, all park buildings are closed for the off season, including restroom facilities. Please plan accordingly, and check back often as conditions are subject to change. Weir Farm’s season is May 1st through October 31st. Check bank in the spring for updated 2023 season hours and offerings.
Grounds, trails, and parking lot
• Open daily, sunrise to sunset• Parking is limited – no parking on roads
• Groups arriving in more than 2 cars require a reservation
• Recreate responsibly – follow CDC guidelines and stay home if you are sick
• Dog waste stations are available – pets must be leashed and picked up after
• We encourage you to bring your own hand sanitizer and drinking water
• The Park has many of self-guiding options for visitors, including maps, brochures, self-guided tours, the National Park Passport Stamp, and Junior Ranger activities located on the porch of the visitor center 7 days a week. We also have awesome virtual content including virtual tour videos, art galleries, the park film, virtual exhibits, an online Junior Ranger program with a Park Ranger swear-in video, available here on our website.
**** Please note that hours are subject to change without notice
When recreating, please follow local area health orders, CDC guidelines, and recreate responsibly by keeping social distance, avoiding high risk activities, and staying home if you feel sick. The NPS expects everyone who works in or visits national parks to follow the latest CDC guidance. As conditions are subject to change, visitors should always check the park’s website for details on operations before they visit. For more information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the National Park Service, visit https://www.nps.gov/aboutus/news/public-health-update.htm. Whether seeking wide-open spaces or exploring a historic urban neighborhood, visitors should follow CDC guidance to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and recreate responsibly.