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Hunt Hill Farm Trust

44 Upland Road

Hunt Hill Farm Trust (HHFT) and the Henderson Cultural Center are vibrant and unique regional resources integrating music, art, crafts, literature and cuisine in a setting of historic farm buildings and permanently-protected open space. Hunt Hill Farm has seen activity for almost 300 years, but it has been the home of Ruth & Skitch Henderson since 1968. Now, the property is the Henderson Cultural Center, which comprises an art museum, a gallery, a land preserve of more than 130 acres of farmland and woodland, ten historic buildings associated with these classic New England farms, and the Silo Store and Cooking School. Looking for things to do in the area? It is a beautiful place to visit, explore, take classes, and breathe in the loveliness of a historic farm property.

- The renowned Cooking School emphasizes locally grown food, health and wellness, and celebrates the diversity of culinary cultures.
- The Gallery provides educational and professional performance opportunities and exhibition venues, not only for established artists, but for students and beginners as well.

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