South Farm Welcome Center

Renovated in 2012 as part of Flanders’ long-term strategic plan, the South Farm Welcome Center is located at 596 Flanders Road. The property is part of the Van Vleck Farm and Nature Sanctuary. The building houses the administrative offices of Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust, and serves as a public information center. The structure is an 1830-era farmhouse, sitting on a knoll overlooking hayfields to the south and meadows to the north. Its interior has a country feel with a country kitchen and large, long windows with excellent natural lighting. It is situated next to an early American post and beam Connecticut barn, which used to be a part of Natalie Van Vleck’s sheep farm. The Van Vleck family acquired both the house and barn when they originally purchased the 200-acre site. Public parking is available in The Studio parking lot, off Church Hill Road in Woodbury with a short walk through a meadow to the South Farm Welcome Center. Additional short-term parking will be available at the Welcome Center.

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