We have been to Adams Farm a few times, previously as a couple and this most recent time (over Memorial Day 2009) with our 20 month old daughter. It's a neat experience either way, but I agree with the reviewer who said it's really more for families with kids, not couples. As a couple we did one of the Halloween hay rides with ghost stories and treats--this was fun but it was really for kids. There was nothing scary about it (we were hoping for a few spooks as we rode through the woods) and the stories were for kids with puppets too. But we still enjoyed it. This last time we visited the petting barn with our toddler. She LOVED it--she got to pet ducks, goats, a llama, a calf, sheep, a border collie, a few barn cats and kittens, and some bunnies. They have a HUGE pig there, which you never pet but just toss food at. There were also chickens and turkeys. The animals were wonderful with the kids; none seemed scared of the little hands or screams of enthusiasm. The staff was wonderful and very patient. We were able to bottle feed a few ravenous goats and hold some very cute kittens. It was a lot of fun for all of us. The only downside (slight) was lack of a restroom. They may have one on the premises but we couldn't find it. They provide a hand wipe for using after you finish in the barn, but we felt pretty grimy and would've liked to wash our hands in a proper sink. It's a bit pricey--adults are $6.95 apiece and it's free for kids under 2 years old. I'm not sure how much the older kids cost, but I think it's $4.95. The feed baskets for the animals are $5, but they give you a lot of food plus a sheet that explains what each animal eats. Overall, it was a great way to spend the afternoon and our daughter loved it!
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