Harris Hill Farm has a rich heritage in the Connecticut farming community. We began as a dairy farm located on Prospect Street in Wethersfield, at the top of a hill. George W. Harris, pictured on the left, was among the first farmers to import a specific breed of dairy cattle – Brown Swiss – to the United States. He acquired his first Brown Swiss in 1882 and the farm made its first exhibition of the breed in 1883.
We look forward to welcoming you to the farm in October 2020!
Please review the reopening guidelines at the link below:
Harris Hill Farm has been the area’s premier pumpkin grower for more than 20 years. On weekends during the month of October, we open our farm to the community and offer a pick-your-own pumpkin patch.
We specialize in large, high quality, jack-o-latern style pumpkins but also offer a variety of other fall crops:
winter squash, including butternut and spaghetti squash
gourds of all sizes
specialty pumpkins, including white and pink
and much more!