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White Post Farms, Melville

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  • We brought my 2 year old niece here and she loved looking at all the animals, feeding them, playing on the slides and in all the mini houses, and looking at all the pumpkins. It's a little pricey if y...  more »
  • I think that I have more fun than the kids at White Post farms! I have been there a number of times; recreational, birthday parties, etc., there is always something to do. We go in the summer when the...  more »
  • My family and I recently visited the farm, which has relocated all of its animals and other attractions indoors. The playground outside was closed, and there was access to only one play house, which w...  more »
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  • Why on earth have these animals been brought and taken out of there natural habitats to be on display in tiny cages, (unlike a big zoo) for children to gawk at in a cornfield in Melville Long Island? Greed. White Post farm is a FARM. NOT a ZOO. I felt sorry for the Camel, and Lemurs. Plus to add on the Fact that they charge way too much for admission and feed. Save your money. Go to the Bronx Zoo. UPDATE 10/26/16: So I went again with a good friend and his daughter.(against my better judgment) Boy was it crowded. We had to park across the street. So my spouse was free military admission, I was discounted and friend was discounted. I think it was like $25-$30. Bought an cherry pie for $20. It was OK. Now they have a baby giraffe. It was in a barn with a lemur. The girl that worked there said that the mother "rejected her because she was so small" and the mother is living upstate at a zoo. I don't know if I believe it or not. But all I know if that it makes me sad that she was sold to a tiny inept zoo. I feel like the owners of WP are greedy. Plus the camels looks dirty and scraggly.
  • Disappointed. I was expecting a petting farm. What are zebras, camels, giraffes and other endangered species doing in the middle of Long Island? The pigs were in a place not much better than a slaughterhouse. Same as the rabbits. Caged birds? We're not in the 19th century anymore. Totally unnecessarily stressed poor animals. This place would be a 5 stars with local animals only in bigger and better enclosures. I give it 2 stars because the staff was very nice.
  • Had an absolutely HORRIBLE experience today at White Post Animal Farm of Melville Website said today was a $12 fee,it even said October 12th today's date. When we got there it said it was $17 and they refused to stand by what the website said. The owner Ron was SUCH a complete a-hole about it that I can't believe he runs a place for children, he was so nasty and rude. We went to F&W Schmitt's Family Farm instead and they were wonderful. I recommend this place to anyone looking for a fun place to bring the kids! Really sad that white post was such a complete disappointment I def do NOT recommend going there
  • This year is the first time I visited this place and I loved it. It's a great family-oriented farm. The shows are lots of fun, the food is great, though a bit pricey. My only complaint is the entrance. It is very disorganized and the cashiers move so slow. They do not accept credit/debit cards. Only cash. Other than that, I will definitely be visiting this place next year again.
  • Awesome experience with my little God Daughter, the only thing I didn't like was the poor pony they had for people to take pictures. Poor pony was looking sad. People getting up and down of him to get one picture. And also animals need a bigger environment. But everything else was good.