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Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead, Overland Park
(4.9/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead celebrates farming in the early 20th century. Replica buildings include a one-room schoolhouse, Native American dwellings, a town area with a general store and bank, as well as a fishing pond. Kids can interact with some of the 200 animals--feeding goats a bottle and casting a line into the lake are favorite activities. Don't miss the dairy barn, where you can try your hand at milking (and if you're lucky, you'll see a live milking demonstration). A nature trail winds through the farmstead and sculptured gardens designed for kids. Adults may like to tour the woods on a horse-drawn wagon ride, while kids can enjoy a pony ride. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead and many more Overland Park attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Overland Park trip itinerary maker.
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  • Visit with our 1 1/2 year old and she loves petting the pigs, calves, and feeding the baby goats. Great place to experience a fun and relaxing atmosphere and very cost effective. 
  • Kids just love coming here to play on the 3 equipment areas. See the farm animals. Feed the animals. Ride horse and hayride. 
  • I had never heard of this place but our son in St. Louis had heard great things. When they came for a visit last October we all went there and spent the majority of the days. The kids loved it, the ad...  more »
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  • Lots of cool things to see and do. Definitely for younger kids. My school brought a wide range of ages (6-14) for a field trip and the tour guide spoke like she was talking to little kids the whole time. The older kids would have probably appreciated something a little less juvenile.
  • I love coming here. It makes me feel like a kid again when I take my kids. The facility itself is excellent. There is so much you can do here; it's a great learning place for the kids if you utilize the facility. You can go from playing on their playground to mining for minerals, to fishing, to learning about the Kansas tribe culture, blacksmith, . also a mini zoo. I could keep going.. . Excellent place for children. For our family this is a staple; we come often :)
  • This place is awesome. We come here frequently, for a $2 ticket and the ability to interact closely with all sorts of animals, you can't beat it. In addition to being large, clean, tons of animals, and super kid friendly, they have cheap food and an ice cream parlor! Highly recommend to anyone with kids.
  • Several years ago on one of our trips to visit my dad, a waitress suggested we visit Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead. My only regret from that trip is that it took us so long to go! We were blown away by the size and the almost endless amount of places to explore and activities for our girls. The $2 admission fee can't be beat, and even the $12 value pack for the paid activities inside is a steal compared to what you may pay at other places. Our almost 11 year old daughter was enraptured by the replica one-room school house, while our three year old seemed to have the most fun, well....just about everywhere! She loved feeding the goats, mining, seeing the chickens, riding a pony, trying to catch a fish - you get the idea. We didn't have much time on our visit and figured we only got to see about half of the farm, so we plan to spend much more time there on our next visit. When you go, plan to make a day of it!
  • This is one of my and my grandchildren's favorite places and one of the least expensive places to entertain children in the KC area. The kids love riding the ponies, feeding the goats, and mining for pretty rocks and minerals. You can easily stay for 3-5 hours and spend very little money, and you don't have to walk for miles.