Pick Your Own


Pre-purchase tickets here or upon arrival at the farm. Apple picking is open daily 8 am - 5 pm. If you don't see tickets, it's that we are seeing possible rain in the forecast - but picking is rain or shine. Just purchase tickets on the farm! 

  • Apple Picking - Open daily. Now picking: Macoun, Early Fuji, Gala, Jonaprince, Corail, McIntosh, Linda Mac, Pioneer Mac and Cortland

  • Flowers - The cutting garden will be open Sunday only. No pre-purchase tickets available. Purchase tickets upon arrival at the farm.

Subject to change. FAQs below.

  • Sunday 9/25
    Sun, Sep 25
    Cider Hill Farm
    Sep 25, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Cider Hill Farm, 45 Fern Ave, Amesbury, MA 01913, USA
    Here are pick-your-own options for today!


How do I purchase tickets?

If tickets are not posted on this page, purchase pick-your-own tickets at the farm. If you do decide to walk-in without pre-purchasing tickets online, please note, farmers monitor fields closely to make sure the best picking is possible each day. Always check ahead before you arrive. Picking info for that day will be made available on this page or call 978.388.5525.

How much are tickets?

Apples - Ages 3+ require a ticket 

  • 1/2 peck - $12 (2 people; approx. 12 apples)

  • 1 peck - $24 (4 people; approx. 24 apples)

  • 1/2 bushel - $40 (6 people; approx. 35 apples)

Cut-Your-Own Flowers - Typically open Wednesday-Sunday but the season is winding down. Currently only open as posted above.

  • Jar - $14. Includes entry for 1 person, 1 bouquet and a jar. Return jar the end of picking to receive $1 back at time of exit.

  • Bucket- $50. Includes entry for 2 people, 3 gallon grand bouquet.

  • Kid's Bouquet - $5. Includes entry and 6 stems. 

See Cutting Garden FAQS

Please do:

  • Check in to the farm store on weekdays or information booth on weekends upon arrival.

  • Keep plants happy by walking on paths.

  • Carefully select ripe fruit before picking.

  • Use provided containers for picking. Personal picking containers not permitted.

  • Respect the land and farmers by minimizing waste and sampling.

  • Adults are responsible for their children’s actions and safety at all times.

  • Take your time and enjoy your visit! Exit the orchards/fields by 5:30 p.m.

  • Due to safe crop sanitation practices pets are NOT allowed on the farm. 

  • Please leave backpacks and bags in your vehicle. The farm is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

  • For school/camp/daycare/adult care groups or birthday parties, you may reserve picking containers here.

What else is happening?

  • Farm StoreOpen daily from 8 am - 6 pm for groceries, prepared foods, donuts, jam, honey, hard cider, and farmhouse gifts.

  • Food TruckOpen Wednesdays - Sundays from 11 am - 4 pm. See menu >

  • PlayFarmer Glenn's Trike Yard, sandbox and tire swings are open 7 days a week 8 am - 6 pm.

  • Barnyard - Visit the chickens, goats and bees 7 days a week 8 am - 6 pm.

  • Hard Cider Join us for outdoor hard cider bar every weekend from 11 am - 4 pm on Saturdays and 12 - 4 pm on Sundays.

  • Picnic Areas - Enjoy picnic tables on the main lawn, under the picnic tent and near the tractor turnaround. Or bring a picnic blanket and find a spot in the orchards.

  • Events - We have lots of family-friendly activities scheduled. View all events and activities. To stay in the know, join our newsletter at the bottom of our home page.

What is picking next?

Apple picking will continue through mid-October. From there, we plant nearly 100,000 tulip bulbs in November in planning for our Spring 2023 Tulip Garden scheduled to open late April.

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