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Visit the Dennis Farm

The Historic Dennis Farm is an educational and cultural site for scholars, researchers, educators, and others interested in this extraordinary history. We welcome students and other groups to visit the farm and learn more about our unique story.

If you would like to tour the farm, please call The Dennis Farm at Keystone College, 570-945-8150.

The Dennis Farm is located in Susquehanna County:

From Scranton, PA
30.1 miles (33 minutes) via I-81 North.

From Philadelphia, PA
153.4 miles (2 hours and 34 minutes) via I-476 North.

From New York City
146.5 miles (2 hours, 35 minutes) via I-81 West.


3 people standing at a sign

Standing at the entrance to the farm, from left, Lonnie Moore III, VP Marketing; Denise Dennis, President & CEO;
and Darryl Gore, VP Development, DFCLT.


The Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust remains today a treasure for the Keystone State—one that is important to share with the United States of America and with a world that deserves to hear this inspiring story of freedom.”

—Russell C. Redding, Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture


The Dennis Farm is a gift to the nation. The sweep of American History is written in this land. For the farm to have remained in family hands for more than two centuries is remarkable.”

—Cheryl LaRoche, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Author, Free Black Communities and the Underground Railroad: the Geography of Resistance


The Dennis Farm is a living, tangible reminder of a simple and yet often forgotten fact: People of African descent have built and believed in this nation from its very birth. We are grateful for opportunities to lift up this truth alongside our friends at DFCLT.”

—R. Scott Stephenson, Ph.D., President and CEO, Museum of the American Revolution


There is an amazing feeling of timelessness at The Dennis Farm…the gentle lawn and rolling forest connect me to the rhythm of the natural world, while the unique history of the land offers material evidence and stories from one special family whose lives arc back to the beginning of our nation.”

—Debora Bone, Ph.D., Santa Cruz, CA