Touring the House
Viewing the inside of the Frost Farmhouse requires taking a guided tour. Tours are available from 10am to 4pm when the Frost Farm is open. A New Hampshire Bureau of Historic Sites guide will accompany you through the house, relating the connection between Frost’s Derry years, the architecture of the house, and his poetry. Highlights include Frost’s kitchen, where he wrote poems late at night near the wood stove, and the stairs that inspired the setting of his famous poem “Home Burial.” Each tour lasts for about 45 minutes. Photography inside the house is not allowed. Please check the dates and hours of operation and admission fees at the New Hampshire State Parks website.
The grounds, Barn, and Gift shop
The Frost Farm is a state park and the grounds are open to the public from dawn to dusk. The Frost Farm barn and gift shop are open to the public when the Frost Farm is open.