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Peaceful Meadows Farm

60 Bedford Street, Whitman, MA - (781) 447-3899
Peaceful Meadows Farm is a family-friendly, year-round landmark serving dairy-fresh scoops of ice cream in a rural setting.  Most flavors are airier and lighter than your typical creamery, and the hot fudge has a nice bitter chocolate punch.  After you finish your cone at this outdoor-only ice cream stand, you can bring the kids to the barn out back to meet the milk-makers themselves.
83% Approval Rating (6 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Black Raspberry Ice Cream
Vanilla Ice Cream
Hot Fudge Sauce
Grape-Nut Ice Cream
Frozen Pudding Ice Cream

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Map & Web Site

60 Bedford Street, Whitman, MA
(781) 447-3899

http://www.peacefulmeadows.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Dessert
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:No
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:Yes
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:No
This subtly flavored black raspberry ice cream didn't stand a chance against the warm summer sun.
"This subtly flavored black raspberry ice cream didn't stand a chance against the warm summer sun."
Cliff Strutz





A scoop of the New-England-only flavor, Grape-Nut.
"A scoop of the New-England-only flavor, Grape-Nut."
Cliff Strutz


The menu board with the list of available flavors on 7/19/09.  Click on the photo for a readable view.
"The menu board with the list of available flavors on 7/19/09. Click on the photo for a readable view."
Cliff Strutz


The ice cream at Peaceful Meadows Farm has its four-legged admirers, too.
"The ice cream at Peaceful Meadows Farm has its four-legged admirers, too."
Cliff Strutz


In the background, you can see the silo and the barn where the cows are kept.
"In the background, you can see the silo and the barn where the cows are kept."
Cliff Strutz



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