Come to Weir Farm NHP and experience the beauty of one of the nation’s finest remaining landscapes of American art. Located on the border of Wilton and Ridgefield, Connecticut this national park offers visitors the opportunity to explore the historic rural landscape and rediscover the beauty of light and color in everyday life.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
The grounds of the 74-acre national park are open year-round from dawn to dusk, and you are welcome to explore the park on your own. Dogs are allowed in the park as long as they are leased. Owners are asked to clean up after their pet. Pet waste stations are located in the parking lot, at the Weir Pond trailhead and behind the restroom.
Between November and April all park buildings are closed for the season, but the park and trails are open from dawn to dusk.
To customize your visit, help yourself to park brochures, self-guided tours, Junior Ranger activities and the National Park Passport stamp found on the Visitor Center porch. Virtual tours, videos, galleries and more are available on the park website.
Please keep in mind:
- Parking is limited.
- No parking on the roads.
- Groups in 2 or more cars require a reservation.
- Hours, guidelines and programs are subject to change. Be sure to check the park website for current information.
There is no fee to visit Weir Farm NHP. Donations of any amount to support the work of Friends of Weir Farm NHP are always welcome and appreciated.
Show Your Support and Join Us
Friends share a passion for Weir Farm NHP and are dedicated to supporting the park.
We invite you to join us!