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Winter Farm Tour
Enjoy a slice of a farmer’s life; join us at Project PACE for a guided and interactive Winter Farm Tour!
You will have the chance to feed and pet all of our animals: ducks, bunnies, chickens, goats, sheep, alpacas, miniature horses and a miniature cow!
Don’t forget to give our lovely farm dog, Ava, a hug!
Optional Activity - Walk with the Animals
If you’re interested in a little more adventure, join us for a walk with our animals. We take a stroll into the woods, where the frost-covered trees and glittering snow transport you into a winter wonderland. The optional activity starts right after the tour is over.
The tour is suitable for children aged 2 and up.
We recommend the optional walk with the animals for children that can walk on their own.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
The tour lasts between 45 minutes to 1 hour.
The optional walk with the animals lasts about 20 minutes.
Please be sure to be on time in order not to miss part of the tour.
Everyone should be comfortable with free-range animals.
Each tour has a maximum capacity of 15 participants.
Winter Farm Tours take place from mid-December until mid-March.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10 AM.
Saturdays and Sundays at 10 AM and 3 PM.
We have additional time slots available in our Petting Zoo activity.
Booking and Prices
Please book online.
One ticket per person (ages 2 & up) is required.
A ticket for the Winter Farm Tour costs 12$ including tax.
For groups of 5 or more people, each ticket costs 10$.
If you want to book a private tour, simply purchase 15 tickets.
The cost of the optional Walk with the Animals is 5$ per person.
What to Wear
As this is an outdoor activity, wear winter outdoor clothes and boots that you don't mind getting dirty.
We recommend using a sled and/or a carrier (front or back) for young children. Do not use a stroller.
What to Bring
For feeding ducks, you can bring raw veggies & fruits cut into tiny pieces. Ducks love lettuce, cucumbers, apples, cabbage, broccoli, and leafy greens.
For feeding bunnies, goats, sheep, horses, cow & alpacas, you can bring raw veggies & fruits cut into medium size pieces. These animals love carrots, celery, lettuce, apples, cabbage, broccoli, and leafy greens.
Do not feed goats cucumbers or zucchini.
We look forward to having you on the farm!
Project PACE Team
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Winter Farm Tour
- Product Code: TOUR-2023
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: $10.44
- 5 or more $10.00