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For all animal lovers alike, come meet your favorite farm critters such as cows, goats, horses, chickens, sheep, and pigs at Farm Country. You could even meet some unusual animals like llamas, alpacas, and peacocks.
Besides petting and feeding the animals, you can also see what it’s like to be a farmer through our hands-on exhibits. Don’t miss the chance to view a cow milking (5 pm in summer, 4 pm in winter) and learn how milk gets from the cow to being bottled at our Meadow Gold Dairy Adventure. Also, see how food is transported to the grocery store at our Soil-to-Market classroom.
Check out our chicks in the incubation station and the bunnies in our rabbit hatch, and be sure to visit in April for a chance to meet our newest baby animals who make their debuts in the spring. When you’re all tuckered out, go on a relaxing pony ride or hop on the wagon for a ride around Thanksgiving Point. Playing on a real working farm has never been more fun than at Farm Country.
3003 N. Thanksgiving Way
Lehi, UT 84043
Monday - Saturday
10 am - 8 pm
Closed Sundays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day
$7: children (ages 3-12)
Free: children ages two and under and THANKSGIVING POINT MEMBERS
* Admission into Farm Country includes a pony ride for children ages 3-12 and a wagon ride for everyone. Additional pony rides: $2.
* 25% military discount with valid ID
* For more information please call: 801.768.4929.
See it all with a Explorer Pass! A Thanksgiving Point Explorer Pass grants admission into all four venues (Museum of Natural Curiosity, Farm County, Museum of Ancient Life, Ashton Gardens). Available for purchase at any venue or Guest Information.
|Adult 1-Day Explorer Pass: $29.95
|Child 1-Day Explorer Pass: $24.95
(No discounts available for Explorer Pass purchases including Thanksgiving Point Members)
Thanksgiving Point is a popular destination for school groups to experience hands-on learning. When planning your visit, please understand that there will likely be field trip groups when visiting Tuesday through Friday. Field trips are not scheduled on Mondays. Thank you for your understanding.