Blue Brae Farm

On 36 rolling acres nestled in the Blue Ridge foothills, Blue Brae Farm LLC operates a Nigerian Dwarf goat dairy farm. During this year’s Farm Tour, guests can visit and interact with our friendly, playful goats, as well as say hello to our chickens, sheep and horses.

If it’s history you’re looking for, Blue Brae Farm has that too. Listed on the National Register of Historical Places, as part of the Ben Venue Rural Historic District, the property enjoys preservation of the original 110 year old barn (now the Cottage), an Ice House, Smoke/Meat House, Well House, Shed (now the chicken coop) and the Camp Cabin (farmhand bunk house). As part of a now larger home, the original four-room pre-Civil War house (circa 1830’s) remains today and would have been visible to General Robert E. Lee’s soldiers as they marched past the house on Ben Venue Road (then Richmond Road) on their way to do battle in Gettysburg.

Find more information at www.bluebraefarm.com

Directions:

374 Ben Venue Road, Flint Hill, Virginia 22627

  • From Rt 211, turn on Ben Venue Road.
  • Farm is 2 miles down on the right, across from William’s Orchard.

lauren@bluebraefarm.com
540-675-1780
https://www.facebook.com/bluebraefarm/

Farm Tour Weekend Schedule:

A goat milking demonstration will be given each day around noon in the Barn.

Throughout the day at the Cottage, artisans will be on-hand to talk about the processes of making soap, cheese and other products from raw goat milk.

NOTES:

Kid friendly? Yes

Pet friendly? No

Handicap Accessible? No

Restrooms? No

Wifi? No