Visit the storybook world of Peter Rabbit, Grandfather Frog, Reddy Fox, Mrs. Quack, and the many other characters that Thornton W. Burgess created at the turn of the 20th century.
Reserve the Green Meadow Forest & Live Menagerie for an hour of stories, crafts, games and animal visit with Mrs. Farmer Brown.
Family Jam Making Class
Working in pairs, learn as a family to how to cook jam in our beloved 1903 kitchen.
Fall Early Childhood at Green Briar
A weekly immersive, play-based early childhood experience, for ages 3-5.
Private Jam Classes
Join us in the Green Briar Jam Kitchen and make your own batch of something special to take home and enjoy.
Mixed Company Jam Classes
Join usin the Green Briar Jam Kitchen and make your own batch of something special to take home and enjoy.
East Sandwich Game Farm
Through a cooperative management agreement with the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, the Society cares for and maintains this pristine 133-acre site.
The kitchen still operates and runs jam-making classes teaching the "old fashioned way" in the turn-of-the-century kitchen.
Robert S. Swain Natural History Library
Home of some 1,800 books, periodicals and original manuscripts on the environmental history of the northeastern United States, particularly Cape Cod.
Shirley G. Cross Wildflower Garden
This award-winning wildflower garden, for those interested in the study and use of wildflowers and is a highlight of the Green Briar experience.
Wednesday Morning Garden Tours
The award-winning Shirley Cross Wildflower Garden at the Green Briar Nature Center is offering guided tours every Wednesday morning June through August at 10am
Wildflower Garden Book Club
From March through October, we discuss a work of literature that makes use of the world of flowers.