Farm Hours

Address: 2855 Hart Road

Aurora, IL 60502

Phone: 630-966-7775

Email:  info@abbeyfarms.org

For Online Store orders: shop@abbeyfarms.org

Nagel Farmstead Emporium

Until Spring: By Appointment Only

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To Our Abbey Farms Family,

Your health and safety is our top priority during the rapidly evolving development of COVID-19. At this time, in the interest of public health, Abbey Farms is closed to the public. We will update you here as more information is available. As a proactive measure, we have implemented new, stringent sanitization and social distancing policies for our staff and facilities per the WHO, CDC, IDPH and KCHD.


We are fulfilling all online store orders available for a no-contact store pickup or shipping. All packaging for our store items takes place in a climate-controlled facility with new packaging materials. Additionally, all staff members are following all health and sanitization policies recommended by the health agencies listed above including: sanitization of packaging areas before and after order fulfillment and use of nitrile gloves and facemasks for our staff.

Thank you for your patronage – we appreciate your support during this trying time!

Stay healthy and safe!

Adam Voirin

Chief Operating Officer, Chief Information Officer

Abbey Farms

Explore all things and items Abbey Farms!

Browse the Nagel Farmstead Emporium now through our Online Store!


Online Store

See all of the items and products available at Abbey Farms through our online store! You can find tickets to upcoming events, a wonderful variety of our jarred goods and so much more!  


Apple Orchard

Our orchard is coming soon! Sponsor a tree for life, with complimentary apples, early-picking rights and a plaque in your name! Or inquire about sponsoring an entire grove!

Farmers Market

During the Spring and Summer months, Abbey Farms opens its Farmers Market offering you fresh produce grown right here in our very own garden! Local farm grown produce has never been closer! 


Pumpkin Daze

Experience all the fun that Fall has to offer at Abbey Farms Pumpkin Daze!

Featuring the largest corn maze in Kane County, unbelievable Apple Cider donuts and craft beer tent!


Christmas Season

Christmas Trees, Fresh Wreaths, Garland and Swags! Christmas Season begins in November and runs through late December! Don't forget that Santa likes to visit on the weekends too!

About Abbey Farms

Abbey Farms is a unique family-friendly agri-tourism farm in Aurora, IL that has been growing memories since 1949. Abbey Farms specializes in creating an environment for everyone to make their own fun both inside & outdoors.


Abbey Farms began in the 1930's when the Monks of Marmion Abbey purchased 3 adjacent farms.  In 1949 Abbey Farms opened to the public as the only choice and cut Christmas tree farm in the Aurora area. The Abbey Farms of today offers seasonal enjoyment for all to partake in. From Abbey Farms produce store in the summer months, Pumpkin Daze in the Fall and Christmas trees in Winter, Abbey Farms is your one-stop shop for all farm-tastic fun! 


When the winter season approaches, growing in the deeply rooted tradition of choosing the perfect Christmas tree at Abbey Farms, the farm continues to open its fields for generations of friends and families to build upon existing traditions or for new memories to be planted!

Abbey Farms is a not-for-profit farm with all proceeds from events and product sales benefit the monks of Marmion Abbey and their missions.

Be sure to stop by and see what Abbey Farms is all about! We can’t wait to see you this year!






The Monks of Marmion Abbey

Abbey Farms is more than a destination for family fun, fresh produce, Christmas trees or weddings. Its underlying mission is to support the monks of Marmion Abbey. The revenue generated allows the monks to carry out their work throughout the local community. It also supports activities with the San José Priory and Seminary in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

Marmion Abbey was named in honor of Blessed Columba Marmion OSB (1858-1923). He was renowned for his heroic virtue, sanctity of life and spiritual writings.

In 1933, the Bishop of Rockford invited the Benedictine monks of St. Meinrad Abbey in southern Indiana to Aurora. His hope was that they’d administer the former Fox Valley Catholic High School for Boys on Lake Street in Aurora. They agreed, taking on this mission. The school became Marmion Academy, which eventually moved to its current Butterfield Road location.

On March 21, 1947, the diocese elevated Marmion from a dependent Priory of St. Meinrad to an independent Abbey. Marmion Abbey continues to conduct Marmion Academy, a college preparatory high school for 510 boys. It also manages the San José Priory and Seminary in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, Central America.

Locally, Marmion Abbey furnishes pastors for Annunciation Parish and St. George Byzantine Romanian Catholic Parish in Aurora. They also give extensive pastoral assistance for other parishes within the Rockford and Joliet Dioceses. For more information about the Abbey, please visit the Marmion Abbey website.

For those seeking more information on Benedictine life and the Benedictine Order, please visit Order of St. Benedict Website

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