NOTE: Due to rainy weather all Barnyard Adventure activities have been canceled for today Friday, August 8th.

Mattituck Barnyard – Open: Mon-Thu 10am-6pm, Fri-Sun 10am-7pm

Weekday Admission – $9.95


Jumbo Jumpers now open every day!

Kids under 2 always free

Fun Fridays! – Special Pricing – $13.95

Summer Fridays – ALL Weekend Fun at a special price!

Includes the Singing Hayride, Pig Races, Fun with Farmer Fred, Jumbo Jumpers and all other Barnyard Activities!

Singing Hayride only $5.95

Kids under 2 always free

Fridays open until 7pm!

Weekend & Holiday Bundle – $14.95

Includes the Singing Hayride, Pig Races, Fun with Farmer Fred, Jumbo Jumpers and all other Barnyard Activities!

Singing Hayride only $5.95

Kids under 2 always free

Saturday & Sunday open until 7pm!

Season Pass – $30.00

Gives you unlimited admission ALL season long!



Attractions included in the Barnyard Admission

NEW Jumbo Jumpers

Jump and play on our all NEW Jumbo Jumpers bounce pillows! Harbes Farm is the only place on Long Island you’ll find these. The whole family will jump for hours. Open every day! (Not open in wet weather.)

NEW Chicken Show

You’ll be entertained by our NEW animatronic Chicken Show! Sit back and let these musical chickens, roosters and fox delight you with their fun-filled show. Shows run all day.

NEW Sports Zone

The whole family can enjoy our new Sports Zone with football, baseball and basketball tossing games!

Pig Races

Enjoy a thrilling Pig Race! Farmer Fred leads the races throughout the day. Who will you pick – Ruby Red, Gomer Green or Yellow Yanni? Weekends, holidays and Fun Fridays all summer!

Singing Hayrides

We’ve introduced a new, much larger hayride for 2017! Take a tour of our 100-acre farm with singing guide, “Country Jen” Kane! She’ll entertain you with her beautiful voice the entire ride. Weekends, holidays and Fun Fridays all summer! Now handicap accessible.

Farm Animals

What’s a Barnyard without farm animals? Our animals include goats, sheep, pot bellied pigs, chickens, ducks, and bunnies. Don’t miss the “Three Litte Pigs” houses and, of course, everyone loves the baby animals, too!

Family Fun Activities with Farmer Fred

Throughout the day Farmer Fred hosts interactive family fun activities! Weekends, holidays and Fun Fridays all summer!

Gnome Hedge Maze

Challenge your maze questing wits in our Gnome themed Hedge Maze! Can you be the first to find all the gnomes?

Interactive Children’s Shows

Returning for fall 2017! We’ll have exciting storytelling with fun-filled audience participation. Go on a magical journey with our delightful actors as your guides! This is a wonderful experience for the whole family to enjoy.

Tractor Trikes

Race around our 600ft track, fun for kids and adults.


The bunnies here have their own Hare Cuts store, church for Sundays and school!

Chick Observatory

Learn the life cycle of chickens at all stages of life at our Chick Observatory.

Meet the Barnyard Family

Around the 8 acres of Barnyard Adventure you’ll meet over 40 of our Barnyard Friends. Here’s a peak preview of some of them!

Baby Bunnies




Nigerian Dwarf Goats


The Barnyard Adventure is the paid admission area of Harbes Mattituck Farm where kids can explore 8 acres (the same as 6 football fields put together!) of hands-on learning experiences including animals, play areas, slides, swings and a Hedge Maze!

  • OPEN: Mon-Thu 10am-6pm, Fri-Sun 10am-7pm
  • Located: 715 Sound Ave, Mattituck NY
  • Fun for the whole family!
  • Located behind our Farmstand and near our Tasting Room

I love this place.  It is so family oriented, you can bring kids here and have so much to do!

There are hay rides, mazes, animal petting zones, and to boot-there are great activities for adults too.  Live Music, beautiful barn for wine tasting and a nice selection of fresh vegetables and fruit. – Kate K.

Visited with my 3-year-old son, stayed nearly 4 hours and he still didn’t want to leave.

Large, clean, open grass field with so many fun activities. The animals have nice spaces and appear healthy. You don’t buy food and feed them, but simply view them, which is better for the health of the people and the animals. An employee at the farm did let my son hold a sweet little baby goat, which was amazing. The welfare of the animals seems like it is important at this farm. We will go back when we can.. – Angela A.