Hydroponic Farm Tour & Tasting in New York, NY

77 Worth StreetNew York, NY 10013
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Overview

Discover how herbs, microgreens, and edible flowers are grown right in New York City in this hydroponic farm tour. The grow room does not use pesticides and requires 95% less water than a traditional farm, resulting in some of the freshest and tastiest products in the area. Plus, you can taste them right there during your tour, all while sipping on Prosecco.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our New York Travel Experts
  • Tour Duration: approximately 55 minutes long.
  • Taste dozens of different rare-herbs, microgreens, and edible flowers.
  • Enjoy a complimentary glass of Prosecco.
  • Receive a complimentary gift box containing delicious, freshly harvested samples from around the Farm.
  • All tips and gratuities are included.

Description

from Hydroponic Farm Tour & Tasting
Come inside and see how we grow herbs, microgreens and edible flowers using a combination of science, technology, environmental design, and engineering to produce the freshest and most delicious products in New York.

Our grow room contains no pesticides or herbicides and uses 95% less water than a traditional farm. A local focus has enabled us to provide farm-to-table dining with dozens of Michelin-starred restaurants including Chef’s Table, Jungsik, Daniel, Butter, Marea, and so on.

But you don't need to spend hundreds of dollars on dinner to experience these same delicious, rare and exciting fine dining flavors - you can taste them right here! By the end of the experience, expect to have tasted dozens of different plant varieties, all while sipping on a refreshing glass of Prosecco.

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LindsCC777
"Unique experience in NYC"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 13, 2019
Such an unexpected place to find in Manhattan. It was a fascinating tour, learned a lot about indoor farming. Got to taste some of the produce. The flavours of the herbs were so intense - really got your taste buds going! The Prosecco was a nice touch too. It was refreshing to visit a place like this.
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gustav314
Austin, Texas
"Enlightening / Educational / Unusual / Really Enjoyed It"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 29, 2019
I have been fascinated with CEA (Controlled Environment Agriculture) High Density Vertical Farming for some time. Companies like Gotham Greens and Plenty are the Factory versions of this concept - Farm.One is very different and Unique. They grow some of the finest herbs and microgreens I have ever tasted and are suppliers to many fine NY City restaurants. The tour was Great - even my wife who is not into CEA was fascinated - I would recommend this tour to anyone who loves food, gardening, herbs and a different and fun experience.
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Dario G
"Very unique experience to see the future of agriculture"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 14, 2018
I visited NY to learn about the new trends on food production. This tour gave me a glimpse of the new possibilities that are creating innovative companies and a new variety of tastes that I had never experiences. I'm trilled to see how this new alternatives evolve and how they become part of our day to day life. I recommend this tour for people passionate for food and agriculture.
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Chris T
Melbourne, Australia
"An excellent insight into the emerging world of indoor farming"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 10, 2018
Farm manager Justin provided us an excellent informative visit to farm.one . Justin gave us a very detailed explanation of the operation and the various plants. The technology used to monitor and manage growth and the organic pesticide free environment is impressive. The finale with the “toothache" plant will be something we never forget.
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Nathaniel R
"Wow!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 01, 2018
I work for a local tribeca public house that uses farm one in our drinks and dishes! I had a great time and would definitely recommend it to anyone in New York! -Nate
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hydroponic Farm Tour & Tasting

How long is the tour?
The tour is approximately 55 minutes long.

What is included in my tour?
Tours include:

  • Tasting of dozens of different rare-herbs, microgreens, and edible flowers.
  • Complimentary Prosecco.
  • A complimentary gift box containing delicious, freshly harvested samples from around the Farm.
  • All tips and gratuities - no need to tip!

Is there an age limit for the tour?
No, however, it is recommended for ages 16 and up. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
Yes! Please let us know in advance.

Should I tip my instructor?
No thank you. All of the tours follow the "No Tipping, Please" policy. While we appreciate your generosity, please express your gratitude via non-monetary means such as a friendly comment or a kind review.

What can I bring on the tour?
This is a functioning commercial farm, so no outside food or drink may be brought inside. Please ensure you wear clean clothes and shoes with no trace of soil or other potential contamination on them.

I want to grow cannabis plants. Does this tour cover cannabis production?
This class does not cover any of the specifics of cannabis growing. However, the same principles still apply.

Are pets allowed?
No. Absolutely no pets are allowed inside or on the tour.

Can I bring my bags?
Everything is kept on a coat rack inside the farm facility, just not taken into the farm itself. The farm can be locked from the inside for security and customers may keep valuables on them in the pockets of their protective lab coats.