The Robert Frost Farm Historic Site was home to Robert Frost and his family from 1900-1911. Frost, one of the nation's most acclaimed poets, whose writings are said to be the epitome of New England, attributed many of his poems to memories from the Derry years. The simple two-story white clapboard farmhouse is typical of New England in the 1880s.

Tours, displays, a nature/poetry trail, programs, and poetry readings are all available at the park. Seasonal programs are offered to the public at no charge, and run from May through October. This National Historic Landmark is supported by the Division of Natural and Cultural Resources, Bureau of Historic Sites and the Trustees of the Frost Farm.



Learn about tours and the self-guided nature trail, as well as hours, fees, and directions to the farm.

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Literary talks, poetry readings, and a nationally-acclaimed poetry conference--they're all happening at the farm.

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