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Florida Agricultural Museum, Palm Coast

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 100 reviews on the web
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  • On the final day of our two-day trip to St. Augustine with my family, we decided to head here since our daughter loves petting zoos and we wanted her to see some animals and get her outdoors. Well, th...  read more »
  • We have been to the Museum before and enjoyed it very much. This time we decided to go for a trail ride on the horses at the museum and what an amazing time we had. The booking was really easy to make...  read more »
  • Unfortunately we went on a day when the tour-guide had a personal emergency, but the staff was very kind and showed us around for free just to see the livestock and tell a bit about the history. They ...  read more »
  • We took a trail ride, which was so fun for me and my 8 and 11 year olds. The guide was wonderful and was able to give the kids appropriate instructions on their first solo ride. The horses appeared to be healthy and well taken care of and safety helmets were available for use. Definitely recommend!
  • I take horse lessons and help out with the horses there weekly. It is a great experience! If families want to do something fun, you can go on a trail ride or a hay ride throughout the week.
  • Awesome trail rides and riding lessons. The Halloween event is amazing.
  • We two New Yorkers thoroughly enjoyed our two hours at the FL Agricultural Museum, learning about historical farming and animal husbandry practices and home life in Florida. The entry fee was $9 each, but well worth it. After all, this is a nonprofit, non-government-supported museum with not a lot of visitors, so the entry fee is quite understandable. Debbie, our tour guide, had an great knowledge of her subject . . . plus a bubbly personality to go with it. She even showed us how to crack a bullwhip (the source of the expression "Florida Cracker.") The tractor ride was a nice bonus. Not sure young children will enjoy the tour as much as us older folks, unless on a child-oriented class trip.
  • Good learning experience for children
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