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Historic Wagner Farm, Glenview

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  • the walk ways and different buildings provide hrs of entertainment for any one interested , we went all around was very good to see  more »
  • Learn about the local farms that have all but disappeared from this part of Illinois. Live animals as well as interactive exhibits relating to crops and ecology.  more »
  • As the only remaining farm in Cook County, Glenview was wise to save this gem for children to enjoy. The animals are easily viewed. Parking is adequate just a few steps from the farm.  more »
  • Hidden Treasure - a working farm from around the 1900s-1940s with vegetables growing in the garden, farm equipment, a barn with animals, a typical house of the era and a museum. The Wagner home is especially interesting because you can see what kind of living space farm people had decades ago--much different than you expect. All free. In the summer there is a farmer's market across the street, too. Worth a visit with kids or if you are interested in history and agriculture.
  • Very good local family educational and activity place. Summer is better; more animals and people. Good place to picnic and spend some time.
  • Had a fabulous birthday party for my granddaughters 1st birthday. The kids loved the farm. Great experience for them and all the family too.
  • All the animals you see here will end up murdered, people have offered to take the animals to sanctuary instead of slaughter and the farm refuses to do so. They also exploit and enslave these animals citing ancient tradition as the reason why "it's ok" - it's 2017 we do not need to treat animals like this anymore. We do not need to kill to survive and that's a fact.
  • Great place to spend quality time with the little ones in our lives. ..! Specially when they milk the cows.