Ferris Acres Creamery is a great getaway in Newtown CT. Here, you can catch a glimpse of farm life and delight yourself with 30 ice cream flavors.
The first member of the Ferris family arrived in Newtown in the year 1703 and the farm was purchased in 1864 by William David Baldwin Ferris. Since that day, the farm has been under control of the Ferris family. In 2003, the family decided to bring the farm to the public and the Ferris Acres Creamery was established.
Ferris Acres Creamery is a phenomenal location to unwind at the end of the day and enjoy a delicious treat. Ferris Acres Creamery in Newtown operates out of the last working dairy farm in Connecticut. Rich, premium ice cream is hand crafted daily and so good that it attracts crowds from all over Connecticut.
Here, you can catch a glimpse of farm life and daily farm operations while absorbing the sights and sounds of beautiful pastures, animals, and practical farm machinery. And all while enjoying a mouthwatering dessert!
Ferris Acres Creamery has 30 ice cream flavors available year and rotates in another 5 or 6 specialty flavors depending on the season. Sundaes, malts, milkshakes are made to your liking or enjoy your favorite flavor in one of creamery’s home-made waffle cones. Ice cream cakes, ice cream pies, and ice cream cookies are also available for purchase.
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