Visitors to Secretariat's birthplace can truly walk in the hoofprints of history on land where the immortal Triple Crown champion first galloped. Points of interest are:
- The original foaling shed where Secretariat was born March 30, 1970, and the yearling, stallion and training barns built in the 1930s
- The Cove, where the Meadow mares and foals grazed
- Meadow Hall mansion with galleries of framed photos depicting the history of the farm and Secretariat’s Triple Crown races, along with Meadow Stable memorabilia
- Secretariat stride markers showing his 25-foot racing stride
- A horse cemetery where Meadow Stable champions Imperatrice, Hill Prince and Sun Beau are buried
- The historic cemetery on the front lawn of the mansion, marked with a memorial plaque in honor of the Morris family who founded The Meadow in 1805; their descendant Christopher Chenery would establish Meadow Stable in 1936 here at his ancestral homeplace.