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My oldest Grandchild is now 22 also have a 18 year old and 17 year old and now my last age 9. I have enjoyed going there since my 22 year old was 6.
They are doing renovations but my 9 year old still begs...More
Today I took my grandchildren to this farm. I will never be back. We paid full price for all of us, and bought 4 bags of food for to feed the animals. The "Petting Zoo" part was closed, and there weren't many other animals to...More
Arrived today with a toddler 14 months old and his mother, I am the aunt. He had a decent time. The employees seem interested and caring individuals. However many of the cages were empty, surrounded by tape for renovations. Area is clean. It has been...More
Its indoor and outdoor and it's great for a group of friends a group of kids of any age and especially the smaller ones who are learning how to touch smaller animals and be gentle. The employees there really love what they do and it...More
These poor animals would have not survived in the wild if they were not taken in by Paws farm. It is much larger than it looks and there are many, many types of animals here. I love that this places cares enough to give injured...More
I have been going to Paws Farm for over a decade and since the Discovery Museum took ownership it is terrible and absolutely NOT WORTH THE ADMISSION PRICE! They charge you full admission and do not mention that one of the main attractions is closed....More
Took two children ages 3 and 6 years to Paws. Spent over an hour in the indoor play area (wonderful on a hot summer day). Walked the Woods Trail and discovered little gnome cottages. Played on the pirate ship, tractor and kids sized house. Visited...More