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Directions


From Interstate 93, travelling north

Going north on I-93, take Route 133, Andover, (Exit 43). Take a left from the exit ramp onto Route 133 West, toward Tewksbury and Lowell. Follow for 1.3 miles, through two sets of lights, to Ironstone Farm, which will be located on the left.
Please turn left onto a gravel entrance road after a white house at 448 Lowell St., our Arts and Education Center. This left turn is just before a green sign that says “Richard A. Donovan Center” for therapeutic and recreational riding. There will be a small pond on your left as you head down the entrance road to the parking lot. Check in at the red Welcome Center at the end of the lot.

From Interstate 93, travelling south

Take the Route 133 exit (Exit 43) going West toward Tewksbury. Follow for 1.3 miles, through two sets of lights, to Ironstone Farm, which will be located on the left.
The gravel entrance road is on the left after a white house at 448 Lowell St., our Arts and Education Center. This left turn is just before a green sign that says “Richard A. Donovan Center” for therapeutic and recreational riding.
Go down the gravel lane to the parking lot. Check in at the red Welcome Center at the end of the lot.

From Route 495, travelling north

Take Route 133 Tewksbury exit (Exit 39).
Go right off the ramp onto Route 133, heading east.
Ironstone Farm is 1 mile down on the right (third driveway past the 99 Restaurant).

Please go past the stone pillars that read “Ironstone Farm” and turn right into the gravel entrance road just after a green sign that says “Richard A. Donovan Center” for therapeutic and recreational riding.
This right turn is just before the white house at 448 Lowell St., which is our Arts and Education Center.
Travel down the gravel lane to the parking lot. Check in at the red Welcome Center at the end of the lot.

From Route 495, travelling south

Take the Route 133 exit.

Go left off the ramp (at the set of lights) onto Route 133, heading toward Andover.
Ironstone Farm is 1 mile down on the right (third driveway past the 99 Restaurant).

Please go past the stone pillars that read “Ironstone Farm” and turn right into the gravel entrance road just after a green sign that says “Richard A. Donovan Center” for therapeutic and recreational riding. This right turn is just before the white house at 448 Lowell St., which is our Arts and Education Center.
Travel down the gravel lane to the parking lot. Check in at the red Welcome Center at the end of the lot.

Traditional healing. More horsepower.

Ironstone Farm is home to Challenge Unlimited, Inc. (est 1983) and Ironstone Therapy, Inc. (est. 1998), two nonprofit organizations established to provide a variety of services for people with and without disabilities. Both organizations use horses and the wholesome environment of a working farm, while involving people in serving others through volunteering.