America's Oldest Jam Kitchen Is Right Here In Massachusetts And It's Positively Charming
This charming jam kitchen may be one of Massachusetts’ best-kept secrets.
Green Briar Jam Kitchen is America’s oldest jam kitchen. It’s the perfect place for unique day trip filled with sweet treats and crafting fun. Read on to learn more about this old-fashioned jam kitchen and how to visit for yourself.
You can learn to make your jam and sweets at this utterly charming country kitchen.
Green Briar Jam Kitchen has been crafting delicious jams, jellies, relishes and preserves since 1903.
They offer workshops where you can turn fresh fruits into mouthwatering jam.
All materials are provided and each participant takes home four to six jars of their very own handmade jam.
The process only takes two hours and the smell of simmering fruits and spices is absolutely heavenly.
Jam flavors vary by workshop and include varieties like apple pie jam, cranberry hot pepper jam, plum rum jam and cater lemon almond conserve.
The kitchen offers adults-only workshops as well as family workshops for the same price: $35 for members and $45 for members.
For six jars of homemade jam and learning a new skill, that's a steal.
Green Briar also has a fully-stocked gift shop where you can pick up pre-made (but still homemade!) jams, jellies, relishes, candy and other treats.
A visit to this quaint jam kitchen may be the sweetest Massachusetts day trip ever.
The Green Briar Jam Kitchen and Nature Center is located at
6 Discovery Hill Road, East Sandwich, MA. Visit the Green Briar Jam Kitchen website for a schedule of future workshops.
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