Getting Here - Detailed Information
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is off Vt. 12 in Woodstock. Take I-89 to exit 1 (U.S. 4). From exit 1, take U.S. 4 west (13 miles) through Quechee and Taftsville to Woodstock. From U.S. 4 in downtown Woodstock, bear right onto Vt. 12 north. Cross the iron bridge over the Ottauquechee River, bear right onto River Road, and take the first right into the parking area at the Billings Farm & Museum.
Begin at the Visitor Center at the Billings Farm & Museum, next to the parking area. National Park staff are available (End of May - Oct 31) to answer questions and help plan your visit. Here you can view the award-winning film "A Place in the Land". From the Billings Farm & Museum you can cross Vt. 12 to continue your visit at the National Park Carriage Barn Visitor Center.
Guided tours are offered Memorial Day through October 31. Please visit our guided tours page for more information on tour schedules.
Accessible restrooms are located at the Carriage Barn Visitor Center.
There is a small accessible parking area adjacent to the Mansion Garage. Visitors with mobility limitations wishing to explore the park’s historic grounds and gardens may call 802-457-3368 x0 daily between 10am and 5pm for additional directions to the accessible parking area. The Billings Farm & Museum Visitor Center, National Park Carriage Barn Visitor Center, and the Mansion are all wheelchair accessible.
Assisted Listening Devices are available for our tours. A ranger will carry a mic and the needed participant will carry an earpiece.
For more information about visiting the national park during the pandemic, please see Recreate Responsibly During COVID-19.
Be alert for traffic when crossing the roads and in parking areas. Trails may have uneven footing. Swimming, wading, and fishing are not allowed in The Pogue. Dogs are welcome, but must be on leash at all times. Consult park staff for current park conditions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical park is one of over 400 parks in the National Park System. To learn more about National Park Service programs in America's communities, visit www.nps.gov.