The Place to Be

Greenacres will captivate you. Against the backdrop of the area’s natural beauty, visitors can discover the magic in music and art, explore the science of agriculture and nutrition, and reveal secrets of farming and gardening. We are educators at our core and provide free field trips to an ever-growing number of schools and students. Our farm store is always stocked with fresh biodynamically grown produce and our events staff is ready to help you host the event of a lifetime.

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8255 Spooky Hollow Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45242
T-F 9 5:30 p.m.
Sat 9 2 p.m.
Closed Mondays

Upcoming Events

Fall Bird Hike

Fall Bird Hike


Come hike with some of Greenacres' most experienced Naturalists while they share tips on bird-watching in a variety of local habitats. They will help you learn how to identify common fall birds by sight and sound, as well as the […]

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26 October 2019 8:00 am - 10:30 am
Cincinnati Masters: Old & New Art Show Opening

Cincinnati Masters: Old & New Art Show Opening

Join us for opening night of the Greenacres Artists Guild Art Show: Cincinnati Masters Old and New. This cocktail party style event will feature paintings from the Nippert Private Collection not seen in decades, including work from Duveneck, Farny, and […]

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08 November 2019 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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This past weekend was the perfect weather for our annual Fall Ride-a-Thon fundraising event. If you ride, we have another public riding event in November. Check the website for details ...

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Our turkeys enjoying a beautiful fall sunrise! Don't forget to get your pre-order in at least 2 weeks before Thanksgiving. Once these turkeys are gone, we won't have more until next year! ⠀ 📸: @joshroeder - Greenacres livestock technician ...

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First signs of winter of spotted... You know it's coming when the livestock team starts stocking up forage to keep our herd eating grass year round. ...

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We might call it turkey freedom day, but in reality these guys have been foraging on pasture for more than a month already. They are kept in these high space, low bird count houses while they get big enough to fend off predators. We move them daily to give them access to fresh soil for bugs, while their waste helps naturally fertilize the ground. Poultry is an important part of the multi species, holistic grazing method we use here. ...

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It's beginning to look a lot like Fall around here. 😊 🍁 ...

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The perfect five course meal shared with close friends! Farm to Table @bouquet519 @hartandcru @madhousevinegar ⠀ ...

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