Goshen Farm

Goshen Farm


The Goshen Farm Preservation Society, Inc. (GFPS and referred to as the “Society”) was established in 2006 to safeguard and restore the historic Goshen Farm and its surrounding property for residents of the Broadneck Peninsula and Anne Arundel County. Goshen farm is owned by the Anne Arundel County Board of Education (BoE).


The land called Goshen Farm originally consisted of 290 acres and was patented as Leonard’s Neck in 1663. Buildings at Goshen Farm include the Goshen Farm House, the Tenant’s Cottage, the Servant’s Quarters, and a Milk House. In addition to restoring the Goshen Farm House, the Society plans to restore the remaining buildings and build a replica of the Cattle Barn to be used as an Educational Center.


Pictures of the building can be seen at History of the Buildings – Goshen Farm Preservation Society


A full history of Goshen Farm can be seen at About Goshen Farm – Goshen Farm Preservation Society


Hours of Operation:

Goshen Farm is open to the public during the Society’s bi-annual Open Houses, usually held in April and September. Goshen Farm is open to members of the Society every day, all day.


Cost of Entry:

There is no admission charge for Goshen Farm events, though donations are gladly accepted.  Memberships are available for individuals and household at $20 and $35 respectively.



Telephone: 443-994-5743

1420 Cape St. Claire Road
Annapolis, MD 21409

Mailing address:
Goshen Farm Preservation Society, Inc.
1223 River Bay Road
Annapolis, MD 21409


Virtual Experiences:

Goshen Farm (an historical perspective) – YouTube

Historic Goshen Farm & Educational Center

Historic Re-enactment – Margaret Stinchcomg Tydings PVA Program

Working with the Anne Arundel County Public Schools



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