Our mission is to preserve, cultivate and share historic Sylvester Manor.
Our team is what makes Sylvester Manor such a special place.
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Sylvester Manor is always looking for talented individuals to join our team.
Preserving, cultivating and sharing historic Sylvester Manor includes achieving permanent conservation of 121 acres, restoration of the 1810 Windmill, and commencement of the multi-year rehabilitation of the 1737 Manor House.
A uniquely intact historic site of conscience, Sylvester Manor ensures that histories of the Indigenous, Enslaved and Free People of Color join with those of European-descent for a more complete narrative of past and present.
Sylvester Manor has been actively farming over 60 acres with vegetables, fruit and livestock since 2008.
Just east of the main entrance, at 21 Manwaring Road, our seasonal Farmstand features Sylvester Manor grown produce as well as other local products.
Multiple trailheads and several miles of groomed trails welcome people and leashed dogs to explore 236 acres of forests, waterfront, working farm fields and the Manor’s historic core.
The Manor’s varied landscape provides magical settings for audiences to enjoy a wide array of performances and concerts.
Class field trips and in-class curriculum materials offer unique place-based learning about ecology, food and farming, multicultural history, music and more.
Little Sprouts, Young Farmers, Fig & Forest, Outdoor Wilderness Living Skills, STEM…we welcome kids ages 3-14 to experience the magic of Sylvester Manor!
School vacation is a great time to be at Sylvester Manor for our seasonally focused, nature-based programs.
Over the next five years, our goal is to rehabilitate the 1737 Manor House and weave together Sylvester Manor’s expansive acreage into a single, holistic campus that is open and accessible to all.
Our Annual Farm to Table Benefit is the largest fundraising event of the year for Sylvester Manor.
There are many ways your contribution can make a huge impact on this nationally significant property and our mission.
Interested in lending a helping hand? We are always looking for volunteers to help.
The trails and grounds are open March-October for your enjoyment, seven days a week from sunrise to sunset.
We have a number of events at Sylvester Manor from yoga, walking tours, concerts to benefit events.
$75.00 – $660.00
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