Abbey Farms is unique. We are not like the other farms - we like to think that our guest step back in time a few years.... We offer something a little different than the other farms - no Fall season haunting themes, no electronic games, just clean old-fashioned outdoor family and group fun. Be sure to check out our rentals at The Nagel Emporium; our brand new rustic-chic barn!Use our Aurora travel route planner to arrange your visit to Marmion Abbey Farms and other attractions in Aurora.
All of our events are fundraisers for the Monks at Marmion Abbey. All proceeds from Abbey Farms enables the continuation of the various ministries performed by the Monks of Marmion Abbey. Abbey Farms is also almost completely volunteer run! Current Alumni from Marmion High School and parents of currents students all come out to help run our festivals for the monks! Having been in the business of creating family traditions for over 50 years, the Monks pride themselves on providing good ol’fashioned fun for the entire family that won’t break the bank!
Abbey Farms is a non-profit farm run by and for the Monks of Marmion Abbey located in Aurora Illinois started back in 1949. Since the first Christmas tree was planted in 1949, Abbey Farms has transformed into a multi season family-oriented farm. Situated on over 300 acres of beautiful farmland, Abbey Farms is one of the oldest farms open to the public in the area. From monk-grown U-Cut and Precut Christmas trees to the soon to be worlds 2nd largest corn maze (2014) - when it comes old fashioned to family fun, we have it all!
Marmion Abbey Farms Reviews
Pumpkin Farms are plentiful in our area. Marmion Abbey Farms did not disappoint. We had young grandchildren with us and they were able to run and had fun petting animals and playing. All the employees... more »
Family fun and nature abounds in this tucked away haven. Find a Christmas Tree, pumpkin or just reflect and walk the beautiful grounds more »
Small selection of trees. The pre-cuts were nice ,but pricey. There was nothing larger than 6ft tall to cut yourself and it was hard to decipher who was a guest and who was an employee to get help from. Free donut and cocoa was a nice touch.
Very beautiful and friendly place. I will recommend to all families and groups who want to to have fun. Thanks to Adam Voirin and his team.
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