Fall School Tours
2020 will mark our 18th year of offering fun, educational school tours for children preschool age to 3rd grade!
Dates – Times – Prices*
- Dates: September 22 -Oct 27, 2020
- Times: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9 am – 11:45 am. Add one half hour if picnicking and a minimum of an additional hour for further exploring on your own. Average length of stay is 2 1/2 hours, but you may stay all day if you choose!
- Price is $7 per child and non-staff chaperon** with a minimum of 20 paying participants.
- There will be a $120 minimum charge for 20 or less for all tours scheduled prior to 11 am.
- Only students will take home a self-harvested pumpkin.
- We allow 2 teachers free per each class plus any para staff necessary, and suggest a ratio of 6:1 for parent chaperons.
- Homeschooling groups are allowed two organizers for free. The remaining parents/guardians will pay the student rate, but only children take home a pumpkin.
**School tours are considered a discounted admission, so no other deals, discounts or coupons are allowed. Tax exemption letters need to be on file to be applicable.
- Educational chat with one of our Education Specialists about growing pumpkins, farm animals, and life on the farm. We strive to meet the GLE’s for both Missouri and Kansas for each grade level.
- Wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch*
- Fall decorative produce for each child**
Arriving back from the wagon ride, we will help organize your bounty at your storage/lunch tables which will free you up for self guided:
- Visiting nose to nose with the farm animals at the Animal Corral
- Exploration time in the Pumpkin Shed Maze, Noah’s Play Yard, Jumping Pillows (age 3 -12), and IMAGINATION BUS plus much more!
*We try to make our farm impervious to the weather. However, in the event of severe weather, we reserve the right to cancel the hayride and field access for safety reasons, and substitute another fun activity. Please call 24 hours in advance if you’d like to reschedule.
**Subject to Mother Nature: We will substitute other fall produce (Indian corn, gourds, etc.) in case of crop failure.