Fox Chase Farm is only open to the public at specific times throughout the year for Seasonal Festivals (Maple Sugar Day, Sheep Shearing Day, Applefest) and selected evenings in the summer. Call the Pennypack Environmental Center at 215-685-0470 or the Friends of Fox Chase Farm phone at 215-728-7900 for additional information and updates
The farm is a school campus of the School District of Philadelphia and the home of the resident farmer and his family; therefore it can only be open to the public for specific events.
Yes. To schedule a class trip, call Mandy Fellouzis, the School District Site Administrator at 215-728-5008.
No. Fox Chase Farm is a working farm and a school campus. We cannot have parties.
No. All farm animals must have certified veterinary clearances, therefore we cannot take your animal. We do have a network of organizations that will take them. Call the FFCF phone 215-728-7900 and leave a message.
No. No animals (except service animals) are permitted.
No. The farm is only open to the public on specific dates.
Festivals are often crowded with families with small children; therefore we do not recommend that you ride your bicycle into the festivals. There is no bike rack to store your bicycle.
No. Hay and straw grown at the farm are used for the farm animals.
Call the School District of Philadelphia Site Administrator at 215-728-5008.
Call the FFCF phone at 215-728-7900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: All calls to the FFCF phone are answered. Speak clearly and be sure to leave your phone number. Numbers with callblock cannot be returned.