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Grant’s Farm

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10501 Gravois Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63123-1899
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Phyllis M wrote a review Sep 20
14 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful classy and so much fun. Halloween has boo in the park. Make reservations but free entry but parking is not. You can get a parking pass for the year if you live close. Meet The Clydesdales, bird shows, animal shows. It is an excellent time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Michael Berns wrote a review Aug 2020
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One of my favorite places in St. Louis! It's completely free if you want it to be, but if you've got kids, I suggest buying the passes they sell that are good for goat feeding/carousel/snow cone. The two free beers for adults is also always a nice treat on a hot day!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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William S wrote a review Apr 2020
Belleville, Illinois47 contributions8 helpful votes
As their website says: "Grant’s Farm celebrates America’s past with a commitment to the future. Honoring both the 18th president of the United States and the Busch family legacy, the Farm is a refuge for more than 900 animals, representing more than 100 different species." But, to tourists from around the world and beloved St Louisans, Grant's Farm is so much more. As you enter the property, you can visit "Hardscrabble," Gen Grant's 1885 home or continue to the main parking area. On one end of the parking lot, there is the entrance to Grant's Farm and Clydesdale Stable at the other end. We recommend hitting up the Clydesdale Stable, first. Here you will come to marvel over the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales at their official “prep” school. Cross back over to the main entrance to Grant's Farm, thereafter. First, you line up to ride the tram through the wildlife sanctuary. Have the cameras ready! Then, you roll into the Tier Garten. Feed the goats and parakeets, ride a camel or the carousel, see an animal show, or just hang out with a variety of animals including tortoises, wallabies, lemurs, elephants, etc. Bringing the kiddies? It's optimal to buy a Fun pass 1 carousel ride, 1 snow cone and 2 goat feeding bottles for $7. As an Anheuser-Busch property, if you guessed they'd have some product to sample, you guessed right! Slide over to the Bauernhof (Farmstead) for some 19th century themed Farm House fun that has a Brat House for some tastes of the Vaterland (Germany). Authentic German bratwurst and pretzels, plus pizza and chicken strips for you Amerikanisch.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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The vicar wrote a review Mar 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri47 contributions6 helpful votes
This is a very beautiful place to experience and accessible by almost anyone. They have a small train to take visitors around the grounds where roaming are antelope, bison, etc. Afterwards you can enjoy a beer brewed by Anheuser Busch or root beer with a hot pretzel, etc.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Angie W wrote a review Feb 2020
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We had an enjoyable time at the Farm to Table dinner. Well worth the price to have such a unique experience. The food and drinks were delicious and plentiful. The live music and animal experiences were a plus. The staff was courteous and knowledgeable.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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