Button Farm Season Opens

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Button Farm 2024 season will run from June 29th-October 26th. We will be open the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month from 12-3pm. Please check out Calendar of Events details or our Programs & Tours page to book a private visit. 

Coming To the Table Annual Potluck

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Saturday, July 13, 2024
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Join CTTT-Montgomery and the Menare Foundation, Inc. at Button Farm for an afternoon of food, fun and networking as we explore the beautiful and scenic grounds (the Commons, Museum Garden, Animal Pens, Historic Outbuildings and Slave Cemetery) while connecting with local CTTT members, family, and friends.


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Come rummage around our General Store and discover books, 19th-century games, bric-a-brac, antiques, local crafts, ole timey candy and foodstuffs as well as other items of historical interest.


The first Saturday of each month from May through November we set up shop at the Germantown Flea Market. Stop by the flea between 8 AM - 12 PM for our monthly Red Tag Sale!

Button Farm accepts donations of vintage items, collectibles and antiques for display or resale. Donations are charitable and we will issue you a receipt for your tax purposes. If your treasures are in need of a new home please contact us to arrange an appointment. To arrange a donation, click here.


2 Farm Flea tmbAt Button Farm, we grow heirloom vegetables, herbs and fruits in our Museum Garden, as well as eggs from our heritage breed chickens. Produce is used in educational programming and use on the farm, and surplus is sold directly to the public on the weekends at our Farm & Flea Market.  Supplies may be limited in 2021 as we will be growing produce for two area food banks this year to help families experiencing food insecurity due to the pandemic.  Each year, around the first week of May we hold our annual Garden Plant Sale which includes a variety of fresh plant starts for you to grow your own Button Farm garden at home.



We are committed to providing chemical-free farm products.  While we are not certified organic, we do not use chemical fertilizers or pesticides on our crops, nor do we grow Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).  We are dedicated to ensuring that our livestock is hormone-free and treated in an ethical manner. Our chickens are fed regular, not organic, feed.

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