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Gallrein Farms, Shelbyville
(4.6/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • I'm writing this review during the Fall festival Gallrein puts on in October. I'm attending with grandchildren and their father, so reviewing from a family perspective as well as just adult interests....  more »
  • My son and I have visited Gallrein's for Halloween pumpkins every year for the past 15 years! It is a local tradition and an annual trip I would not miss for the world. With my son a teenager now, I a...  more »
  • We have gone here over Huber's for the past 6 years and every year we love it. The $12 wrist band is well worth it. Lots of things to do for the family and kids. The hayride and the Corn maze are the ...  more »
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  • From paying for the ride out to the patch, to 12 dollar tacos. Gallrein Farms has turned into a money grab. I understand the need to make money, but charging each person to ride 300 yards out to a pumpkin patch and then another 50 cents a pound for a pumpkin is a joke. The ride out to the patch used to be FREE! Where ever you turned, was a attempt to get into your wallet. I'd be really surprised if they don't start charging for parking. Hell, I won't be surprised if they put a change slot on the bathroom doors. That being said, my kids always have a good time there. I just wish Gallrein would remember what made that place great.
  • Very crowded. The line for the hayride was extremely long. Everything they had was expensive. No peanut butter fudge. And no toilet paper in the porter potty. Not a friendly staff. Definitely will not be returning.
  • Awesome! I had a lot of fun here getting pumpkins and visiting the market for veggies and apple butter.
  • Great place, a lot to do! Kind of pricey to do activities
  • My family and I have been to Galleria farms a couple times now and overall in my opinion it's definitely better then Huber's but the last time I went they had just got the kangaroos in the petting zoo and I was very disappointed at the enclosure that not 1, but 2 were in. It's literally a 15×15 fenced area with a lifted house where the rabbits use to be. I mean it's plenty big enough for a couple rabbits but for 2 50-75lb kangaroos is rediculous. We even went to the front counter where you pay for produce and products and asked the lady there (she was suppose to be in charge) if that was going to be their(kangaroos) new home or if it was just temporary. She told us that where the kangaroos are at is where they're going to stay because they like small areas because it makes them feel comfortable. That answer is about like me saying I like living in a car for my life, a beetle, not a camper. Just rediculous. We looked up multiple websites to read up on kangaroos and how big there living space should be if they're kept in captivity. For 1 kangaroo it said it should be at least 50x50. I'm not tree hugger or animal activist, I have no other complaints about the rest of the animals or farm in general but my wife and I were pretty upset observing the kangaroos in such a small area and then we're really aggravated when the lady tried to tell us that they(kangaroos) would rather be in an area the size of a truck bed then the same amount of area as the goats and donkeys.