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Homestead Llamas

#3 of 4 things to do in Davidsonville Features Animals
Davidsonville, MD
+1 410-798-5000
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Not really a place

These are just llamas across the street from the nursery. You can see them when you drive by in... read more

Reviewed June 28, 2016
Brannon W
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Davidsonville, Maryland
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Llamas MOMMA'S

Great visual experience, note VISUAL, do NOT approach they SPIT and given a chance will be you in... read more

Reviewed January 29, 2016
Michael P
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Visitors are welcome to Homestead Llamas to visit with, and learn about, llamas
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Jun 28, 2016
“Not really a place”
Jan 29, 2016
“Llamas MOMMA'S”
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Davidsonville, MD
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+1 410-798-5000
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Reviewed June 28, 2016 via mobile

These are just llamas across the street from the nursery. You can see them when you drive by in your car. Did you know llamas are relatives of camels?

Thank Brannon W
Reviewed January 29, 2016

Great visual experience, note VISUAL, do NOT approach they SPIT and given a chance will be you in the A__ or they will Bite your HAND if you feed them. Keep small Children and Simple Adults safe, i.e. a SAFE distance away from these Hairy...More

Thank Michael P
Reviewed January 2, 2016

everybody loves the liamas.They very tame and amazing animals.have your picture taken with them.Then go shopping at Homestead Gardens for some shopping for anything for the home and gardens

Thank jmz
Reviewed January 5, 2012

Our Toddler loves the llamas! We have to drive by Homestead a few times a week and I always have to slow down so she can wave at the llamas and then she asks when we go back to see them. Very fun activity for...More

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PromLlamaGuy
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I don't know,give a call
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