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Attendees can sit on the lawn in a vineyard and enjoy a glass of wine while listening to a jazz concert
The Innisfree Garden is open from May to October for open public viewing. Guided tours are also available at certain times of the day as are picnic areas and some seating which allows visitors to enjoy the garden while resting.
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Tours and wine tastings are offered daily at the Millbrook Vineyards & Winery throughout the year. From Memorial Day through October, guests can also visit the Vineyard Grill and Cafe to eat local gourmet food in a large tent near the pond.
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The oldest permitted shotgun shooting club in the United States is the Orvis Sandanona Shooting Grounds. Traditions of the field and the hunt are held in high regard at the modern sporting clays shooting field.
Every day of the year visitors can access the Trevor Zoo. It is the only zoo in the United States that is located at a high school and features more than 180 exotic and indigenous animals with 80 different species represented.
Shunpike Dairy continues the, almost lost, tradition of dairy farming. They offer patrons an opportunity to learn the art of dairy farming, meet the cows and other farm animals, experience life on a farm, or just buy raw milk.
Originally founded in 1983, the Institute of Ecosystem Studies is also simply known as the Cary Institute. It focuses on environmental research and educational programs that are frequently free for the public and offers hiking and biking trails which are open from April to October.
Grapes pulled from six acres of vines create the wines at Oak Summit Vineyard. Premium tours and tastings are available by appointment only. Specializing in pinot noir and chardonnay, the wines are made 100% from grapes grown on the vineyard.