Boston Metro Region Maple Sugaring Demonstrations

Boston Metro Region Maple Sugaring Demonstrations

Each year, usually during late February and March, these facilities offer some type of maple sugaring demonstrations. They all offer something different, but all are educational. Some have special tours for school groups, a few feature pancake breakfasts or other food, and some have special, once-a-year maple events. Most of these facilities charge a small fee. Please contact them directly for schedules and more information.

Blue Hills Trailside Museum, Chickatawbut Hill Education Center
1904 Canton Ave. (Museum location)
Milton, MA 02186
Location of sugaring program:
Brookwood Farm
Hillside Rd.
Canton, MA

BreakHeart Reservation
177 Forest St
Saugus, Ma 01906
(781) 233-0834

Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary
Massachusetts Audubon Society
87 Perkins Row
Topsfield, MA 01983

Maple sugaring tours on weekends for adults & families starting late February through mid-March. Offering three one-hour naturalist-guided tours daily. Call ahead to register for a tour time.

Tours for schools & scout groups Tuesday through Friday, late February through mid-March. Advance registration required. School/scout brochure with complete information can be downloaded from our website.

Land's Sake
456 Wellesley St.
Weston, MA 02493
We offer field trips for all ages to learn about the sugaring process, volunteer days to help tap trees and collect sap, and our After School Maple program where youth in grades 6-8 help us with every step of the process. We have a Sugaring Off Festival in late March with free admission to the public which includes tours of our Sugar House, demonstrations of the tapping and boiling process, and the chance to buy syrup.

Natick Community Organic Farm
117 Eliot St. (Rt. 16)
Natick, MA 01760

South Shore Natural Science Center
Jacobs Lane, PO Box 429
Norwell, MA 02061

Blackstone River & Canal Heritage State Park
River Bend Farm Visitor Center
287 Oak Street Uxbridge, MA 01569
Maple sugaring days are Saturday and Sunday , March 19 & 20, 2016. 11:00am-3:00pm. Maple tours are first come first served and start every hour at 11:00, 12:00, 1:00 and 2:00. Email for information:

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary
208 South Great Rd.
Lincoln, MA 01773
(781)259-2200 General Information line
(781)259-2220 School and Group Programs
We offer Maple Sugaring Programs for visitors, schools, scouts, and others throughout the season. Check our website for special Maple Madness events, pancake breakfasts, and additional information.