Walk-In Individuals or Families
◦ $3.00 per person
◦ $10.00 per family/each household
◦ Children two and under are free!
Learning Tree Farm is open during daylight hours to visitors wanting to see our animals and enjoy the outdoors. If no staff are in the Century House office, there is an honor box for admission fees on the bulletin board in the driveway turnaround.
Please understand that weekday mornings in spring and fall are our peak season for field trips. You are welcome to visit during these times and you will be able to jump in between our school visitors. We highly recommend that groups of 10 or more call ahead so that we can help schedule your visit at a time that will assure your most pleasant experience.
To learn more about scheduled visits and special programming for groups, just click on the "Programs" tab at the top of our page.
Members enjoy free admission (and great special program discounts) anytime! Click here for more information about Learning Tree Farm memberships!
Please visit our Programs page for our exciting field trip programming.
How to have a great day at the farm
- Wear comfortable walking shoes. Mud boots or old shoes are a great choice. Flip flops will not be comfortable for you on gravel and in pastures.
- Feel free to bring a picnic lunch, enjoy the hiking trails, and visit the animals and farm garden.
- Please close the gates and barn doors after yourself.
- Don't forget to take your trash home with you.
- Learning Tree Farm is a non-smoking facility.
- Absolutely no smoking is allowed anywhere on the farm property.
- Century House is an 1829-era farmhouse and holds a small pioneer museum. It does not have regular visiting hours. Century House is open when staff is in the Century House office or during scheduled/special programs.